Blogging Bits & Bytes
“Top Ten Web Design Mistakes of 2005” by Jakob Nielsen that can have some good application in blogs and some that might not. :)
“The cost of ethics: Influence peddling in the blogosphere” By J. D. Lasica at USC Annenberg Online Journalism Review. There is always some interesting ideas and points of view to find at Annenberg.
The “Showcase Carnival” continues on with the many other enjoyable blog carnivals out there.
“The Complimenting Commenter” continues the excellent and positive rampage. Thousands of compliments have been served could you be next?
Well I wrote a bit about the “All Halloween Blog” a while ago and the time of the year is rolling around now to enjoy. Anyone else know of some good Halloween blogs and resources to add? Some adult oriented content at this blog.
“The Chronicle” has an article called “The Blogosphere as a Carnival of Ideas” has a few different points about academic blogging.
Beanstalk's SEO News Blog states his point of view about “Like Google Earth? How About Google Sun ...”
So you can’t bite your tongue and you just have to say something good or bad about the boss. The media made many of us well aware of the dangers practicing this type blogging. “beatYourOwnDrum” is providing a post called the “Blogging Boss ” providing one possible avenue to release some of this in safer manner.
“O’Reilly Tonight: How Blogs Are Destroying America” is the headline on this post over at: Think Progress. I think it may be time for some to open their eyes a bit wider and smell the blogva. I don’t think blogs are destroying America. As a matter of fact, I think they are an immense contribution and breath of fresh air in the information age.
“Write on the web bubble?” over at Om Malik Broadband Blog brings up some of the fears of writing on the web with new tools and technology. I feel change is hard by human nature to accept and always needs to have continual evaluation. However, it is the way of the future, constant and quick changes coming more and more. Embrace change but caution is never a bad idea.
The Truth Laid Bear continues on with the porkbusters project.