Long time no blog

Well, I am finaly able to admit that blogging isn't easy as I thought it was when I started this blog. I had dreams of blogging everyday, once upon every interesting thing that happens and apparently I did not. Tried to blame it on lack of time, subjects I did not think were worthy or …

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More and more blogs:)

See Micro Persuasion: Sifry: Blog Growth Remains Strong * The blogosphere is over 60 times bigger than it was only 3 years ago. * 75,000 new weblogs created every day * 19.4 million bloggers (55%) are still posting 3 months after their blogs are created * Original content greatly outweighs the fake or duplicate content …

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Why core blogosphere companies are sold too early?

There are rumors nowadays about the possibility of Technorati being sold to Yahoo or Google and the large volume of commenting made me think whether companies such as Bloglines (sold to Ask Jeeves) or now Technorati are looking to exit the game too early. I do think that it all depends on the promise RSS …

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State of Innovation in the Blogosphere

I have read the post on "Bubblegeneration – Evil Corporations Only" that discusses some of the strategic moves technorati and bloglines have taken recently. The post discusses the consequences of these moves towards the future of these companies in the evolving ecosystem surrounding the the enabling RSS/Blogging concept. I have to admit that I am …

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