Who Let the Blogs Out?: A Hyperconnected Peek at the World of Weblogs Paperback – 1 Nov 2004
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Stone's enthusiasm for his subject is infectious, and anyone who has toyed with the idea of starting a blog will be inspired to begin. "Library Journal""
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A hip and helpful reference for anyone who wants to plunge into the wonderful world of weblogs
FROM ULTRAPERSONAL DIARY entries to specialized information on a wide variety of subjects, blogs have tapped the power of the Internet to create new virtual communities. It's almost laughably easy to set up a blog, but adjusting to life in the blogosphere can be a little more thorny. "Who Let The Blogs Out? "will let you in on what the bloggerati know, including:
--How to bring traffic to a blog
--Maintaining a blog and keeping it fresh
--How to make money through blogging
--Wielding the power of a blog in any industry
--How to keep your blog from getting you fired
Blogging has moved out of geek culture and into the mainstream. "Who Let The Blogs Out? "is not just a how-to-get-started guide but a next-generation blogging book for anyone who wants to keep their blog blooming.See all Product Description
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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.
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.