Is Blogging Dead?

Posted by | April 22, 2009 12:06 | Filed under: Top Stories

I would prefer “evolving” to “dead.”  Andrew Keen attended “The Next Web” conference in Amsterdam and reports back.


When blogging was invented in the late Nineties by my dear Berkeley friend and neighbor Dave Winer, it represented an easy self-publishing tool, a simple way to publish dirty great lumps of one’s own static text. But just as the Internet has dramatically evolved over the last ten years from a self-publishing into a real-time broadcasting platform, so blogging is transforming itself with equally dramatic vigor.


As we move forward on Liberaland, we are always tweaking and and advancing ways to make this portal as dynamic as possible.  We’ve now integrated Facebook, so that if you are on that service, you can log on here and share content via Facebook Connect and stay interactive with your friends at the same time. Special thanks to our webmaster, Jack Kratoville, and to Facebook Connect developer Javier Reyes.

Try connecting via Facebook Connect (at right), invite your friends, and let us know how you like it.

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