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Mac Article: "A Blog for Everyone"

Posted by | November 25, 2007 .

Here’s an article by Mathew Honan who evaluates a number of blog platforms for Mac users. He has a number of observations about blogging programs and makes some suggestions about which might be the best for someone starting out. He talks extensively about Blogger as probably being the best for someone starting a ‘personal blog’. […]

Great Article: "Blogging Like Jogging"

Posted by | November 17, 2007 .

Here are the links to a great two-part article on blogging: Part 1, Part 2. Dr. Mark D. Roberts observes that blogging is a lot like jogging, it became very popular and it seemed like the whole world was blogging, then many found out that it was harder than expected and millions quit nearly as […]

Day Two: GodblogCon 2007

Posted by | November 10, 2007 .

Day two at GodblogCon started with Paul Spears, from Torrey institute of Biola University and a contributor @ ScriptoriumDaily.com; talking about “Substance in Blogging and the Case for Blog Euthanasia”. Dr. Spears pointed out that millions of blogs are started every month and multi-millions are abandoned or flushed. The fact is that not everyone is […]

Day One: GodblogCon 2007

Posted by | November 9, 2007 .

Greetings from Las Vegas, Nevada, I am here at the Blogworld & New Media Expo and GodblogCon 2007, along with thousands of fellow bloggers. Today has been an eye opening experience. I am like a kid in a candy store. < Read the rest on my AFTF blog> Note: Podcasts of the GodblogCon sessions are […]

On Blogging: “Be More Than a Blip in the Blogoshere

Posted by | November 5, 2007 .

Here is a good article on blogging from the Washington Post, by Dan Zak. It contains some good advise for those starting out and even for bloggers who have been around for a while. Read the entire article if you want you blog to reach a greater audience. The main points in the article are […]