Great posting on the Bloggers Blog on how a US Marine Corp. General is breaking the “chain of comment” and expects his NCOs not to get into the way of their Marines when it comes down to posting answers straight to the General… Here’s an extract: “The metric is what the person has to contribute, […]
Here’s how they start their story: Blogs Will Change Your Business Look past the yakkers, hobbyists, and political mobs. Your customers and rivals are figuring blogs out. Our advice: Catch up…or catch you later … Full story here. And of course, they have created their own blog…
Bloggers must fight for their freedom to publish in the face of increasingly draconian attempts by governments to take control of the online world, warns an industry expert. Speaking at Les Blogs, Blogs and Social Software Conference at the Senat in Paris, Joi Ito, vice president of international and mobility at Technorati, and chairman of Six Apart Japan, stressed that today’s online freedom should not be taken for granted.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch urged newspaper editors to grab on to the digital revolution, stop fearing or ignoring the power of the Web, and do more to serve the young news consumers — or “digital natives,” as he called them — who are more and more going to the Internet for information.
Just read on Steve Rubel’s blog Micro Persuasion that Reuters convened a panel of experts at its Times Square headquarters to discuss the impact of blogs in journalism and the media. You can read some posts from the event at the following site called Hespos.com