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Who Let the Blogs Out? Blogs--or weblogs--are a huge phenomenon on the internet. From ultra-personal diary entries to specialized information on a wide variety of subjects (teen ranting to presidential campaigns), blogs are the new way to create a virtual community that can effect real-world change. It's not hard to set up a blog, but it can be difficult adjusting to life in the "Blogosphere." One of the first blogging ... Full description

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I highly recommend this book 20 Sept. 2006
By reader - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Biz Stone's book is an excellent introduction to the blog. It's written in a conversational style and I like the humor. I've read a few others about the topic, so this isn't the first of this kind for me. He gives an account that is accessible to someone who has never started a blog, and he makes the world of blogging look interesting if not fascinating. Yes it does read like a printed blog and is very instructive about keeping blogs, development of blogging, and their social interactions and implications. I think that many prople would aspire to his high level of quality in execution of the electronic word transmuted into the printed page. I highly recommend this book for both the casual reader and someone who is already moderately skilled.
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A Smart Overview of the Blogosphere 16 Dec. 2004
By elemenoP - Published on Amazon.com
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A nice refresher for those familiar with blogs--even better, it's an easy, readable intro for those mystified/confused by blogging and curious about its history.
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Kind of like a blog itself... 16 May 2005
By Remy Nakamura - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The book itself is cioppino mix of everything from code snippets to advice to reflective essays. It's a quick read, fun for someone like me who's immersed in blogdom and willing to gloss over the stuff I already know while picking out the nuggets that when implemented, will transform me into a Blogger Extraordinaire. It's eclectic and blog-like in its coverage of the weblog phenomenon. It might make a good non-technical intro to blogging.

I especially enjoyed Stone's discussion of "The Strength of Weak Ties" and how blogs fit into the weak network scheme of disseminating information, fads, job opportunites, etc.
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Like an adventure story 9 Feb. 2005
By J. Kertesz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Biz has a lot of tallent !

Not only his writing is funny, interesting, usefull and profound, but it also holds attention I devored it like it was a detective story !

I recommend it to everyone : it is not technical but very usefull, and if you want more scripting, you buy (like I did) also his first book.
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