Tuesday, May 30, 2006

More About Photo Blogging

How are digital cameras and photo sites changing photography and the Web? Andrew Long , editor of "Fotolog.book: A Global Snapshot for a Digital Age," and Adam Seifer , co-founder of Fotolog , were online to discuss the rise of photo blogging.


Photoblogs.org is a resource designed to help people find all kinds of photoblogs. If you're not sure what a photoblog is, check out their FAQ.

Saturday, May 27, 2006

Apple thwarted in bid to unmask leaker

Apple Computer suffered a setback in its effort to plug an internal leak, after a state appeals court ruled that the computer maker can't immediately get its hands on records of who may have contacted an Apple enthusiast site with details on an unreleased product.

Thursday, May 25, 2006

Tivo Fan's

For those who can't live without their Tivo, checkout their blog site.

Into The Wild Blog Yonder

The once-secretive Boeing opens itself up -- to employees, customers, and the public...via blogging.

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Blog Links to Visit

Below are links related to blogging, courtesy of the New York Times:

• Linkology: How the 50 Most Popular Blogs Are Related
• The Early Years: A Timeline of Blogging
• Five Cool Blogs to Check Out Now
• Meet the Bloggers
• The Long Tail Theory: Why B-list Blogs Can Make It, Too

The Blog Establishment

Blogs to Riches
The first massively popular blogs—built from blood, sweat, and the democratically earned approval of tough-to-please Websurfers—were the kind of success stories everyone loves. But these days, a lot of aspiring Internet barons are discovering that the online aristocracy is about as tough to crack as any other.