Friday, December 17, 2004

True Voice: The Business of Blogging

by Suw on December 17, 2004

You might have been wondering what I've been up to lately that's kept me so busy that my blog has had to take such a back seat. Well, there have been a few bits and pieces happening, not all related to certain cute east coast geeks.
One of the projects that I'm involved is the Corante seminar series, True Voice: The Business of Blogging. Starting on January 26 in New York, the seminars will take anyone interested in blogging in a business environment from 0 to 60 in 3.2 seconds (for values of '3.2 seconds' that equal a day).
I am writing the content for the True Voice seminars along with fellow Corante contributors Stowe Boyd and Greg Narain. In order to get a feel for the way that other business and metabloggers are thinking, we've posed 20 questions about blogging:
4. Blogging has been characterized as a ‘social medium’: what makes blogging social?
9. How can businesses and employees who blog unofficially learn to peacefully co-exist?
12. In what ways do we need to support staff bloggers in order to ensure that they can blog effectively?
16. What are the basic technical concepts necessary to understand about how blogs work?
Please do feel free to add your answers to those of Robert Scoble and Marc Canter. And if all that whets your appetite, you can reserve your place on the seminar now. See you there!

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