Monday, June 20, 2005

Blog Thinking

Blog thinking provides a radical simplification of web publishing & communication. How radical? Raw beginners to the Internet can have a blog site running in minutes and updated and extended with ease. Experienced web designers were shocked when they discovered how simple it could be. Are you able to use email now? Blogging can make email look hard.

Though this blog site focuses on explanation of blogging, blogging is also just one of the conceptual elements that is driving a new grand scheme for cyberspace, a direction that has been titled Web 2.0. This change is more akin to a movement, a sweeping transformation to a second generation conceptualization of the Internet. Once you've gained an understanding of blogging, push on to its sister applications within Web 2.0.

4 Comments:

Blogger KK said...

Deal all,

I am a MSc student in computing. My dissertation is about a mobile blogging service. As a part of the project, a questionnaire survey is being conducted online to investigate the user experience and user expectation on mobile phone and weblog. I am inviting you to attend and fill in the questionnaire online. It will take you at most 10 minutes to finish the survey. Your support will be always appreciated which is a great contribution to my project.

The link http://www.3icyber.com/project will take you directly to the survey. Also any comments are welcomed, please don't hesitate to contact me by email.

Thank you for your time and looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Best Regards

Lisa

6/28/2005 03:54:00 AM  
Blogger Bob Houghton said...

Nice survey, though question 13 assumes users work with only 1 blogging service. I am experimenting with four.

6/28/2005 11:36:00 AM  
Anonymous yuri Khlystov said...

I agree that these information was very valuable.

11/29/2010 09:12:00 PM  
Anonymous study accounting said...

I think it's great that blogging became so easy..it's like using word.

in the future building sites will be that easy.

p.s. joomla is not that hard to learn, but still has a learning curve.

12/07/2010 04:34:00 AM  

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