"It used to be that if you wanted to know what it was like to work for a law firm or a beauty magazine, you had to have a friend on the inside. But now that everyone can publish online, we can get these incredible glimpses into worlds we might otherwise never get to see. People across the world can share stories, commiserate and connect with each other. Potential employees can see beyond the marketing pitches."
One night the gifted young pianist Jeremy Denk accompanied Emma Bell in Mozart and Debussey songs, and also played Bach's Third English Suite. He's a powerful, intelligent musician, as severe in Bach as he is sensuous in Debussey. He is also a blogger, of all things. - Alex Ross, The New Yorker, August 29, 2005
For the next five days, we're running a series of surveys that give you the chance to vote on the best Web sites and services, whether they're for work, for home, for fun, for the greater good, or just for getting things done. We'll keep a running tally.
I'm trying to broaden my horizons, so I'll go to blogs that may not immediately scream JenGarrett -- but I'm not going anywhere that promotes any kind of love for the Yankees. There has to be a line somewhere, people.
I hate your Blogger Mobile Jingle!!! It's SO catchy that I haven't been able to get it out of my head!!! Who makes these things?!
I recently read and article on opportunities on how bloggers can make money. I was wondering if I created a blog through your web site if that will prevent me from benefitting financially?
This site, therefore, is a grand experiement. How much influence can we generate from the blogosphere and fans of the show? Will we succeed in getting the casting directors to take a second look at our audition tape? (Some estimates put the number of tapes they receive each season is upwards of 20,000 to 30,000.) Do we have any natural advantage because we are identical twins and long-time bloggers?
There is a growing epidemic in the cyberworld. a scourge which causes more suffering with each passing day. as blogging has exploded and, under the stewardship of the veterans, the form has matured more and more bloggers are finding themselves disillusioned, dissatisfied, taking long breaks, and in many cases simply closing up shop. this debilitating scourge ebbs and flows but there is hardly a blogger among us who has not felt it’s dark touch. we’re speaking, of course, about blog depression.