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A million monkeys writing blog posts

"This is kind of funny and sad at the same time. I generally check out my trackback links to make sure they're real sites, if they're not I delete them. One thing I've noticed happening in the past month or so is that there are Person2_1 made for Adsense sites tracking back that seem to be completely generated text."
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Can Social Software Improve E-Government?

February 19, 2006 By Wayne Hanson. Today, e-government channels of government access and interaction consist of telephone, fax, Web sites, e-mail, RSS feeds, and cable airings of everything from C-SPAN's coverage of Congress, to the local city council discussion of sewer repairs.
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Beginners Guide to Corporate Blogging

Fredrik Wackaas primer on corporate blogging: Corporate Blog - A Definition. The Nature of Blogs. Reasons for Corporate Blogging. Six Types of Corporate Blogs. Read Blogs. Publish Blogs. 14 Steps to Your Business Blog. What Corporate Bloggers Say
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Policies compared: Today's corporate blogging rules

On four points, all of the eight most well-known corporate blogging policies agree -- corporate bloggers are personally responsible and they should abide by existing rules, keep secrets and be nice. Those four principles are the core of today's corporate blogging rules.
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Yahoo! Employee Blog Guidelines: The official version and my own advice

From Jeremy Zawodny
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Distributed KM - Improving Knowledge Workers' Productivity and Organisational Knowledge Sharing with Weblog-based Personal Publishing

Paper by Martin Röll presented to BlogTalk 2.0, The European Conference on Weblogs, Vienna, July 5th and 6th 2004
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Blogs Will Change Your Business

Look past the yakkers, hobbyists, and political mobs. Your customers and rivals are figuring blogs out. Our advice: Catch up ... or catch you later. BusinessWeek Online, 2 May 2005.
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We Need Spy Blogs

An Army officer calls for better information gathering. Wired Magazine, March 2005.
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Counter-Spin for Open Government

What lies behind the blog phenomena? It is people just talking to people. And for many, that has become a more real level of communication than what they get from the mainstream media or from their government and social leaders.
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Enterprise Blogging

By Laurel A. Clyde, FreePint Newsletter 174, 13 January 2005.
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Why Do We Blog?

Sandhill Trek asked a number of people why they blog. Highly recommended reading.
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Standard Weblog Employee Policy

Ross Mayfield blogs about corporate blog policies.
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Blogging for Business

With readers flocking to their Web postings, execs are finding blogs useful for plugging not just their products but their points of view. Business Week Online, August 9, 2004.
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eWerx

eWerx.com/news reflektiert, kommentiert und informiert über aktuelle Trends und Entwicklungen von Werbung, Marketing und Public Relations in den Rubriken: IT, Marketing, Media, PR, Weblogs, Werbung, Wissen, ohne den roten Faden zu verlieren. Im Fokus stehen interaktive Medien, namentlich Onlinemedien und webbasierte Dienste. Offlinemedien werden in Bezug auf Fragen integrierter Kommunikation und Konvergenz gestreift.
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Blogging With The Boss's Blessing

More companies are helping employees to speak freely -- and bond with customers. Business Week, 28 June 2004.
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Sun Policy on Public Discourse

Many of us at Sun are doing work that could change the world. We need to do a better job of telling the world ... Blogging is a good way to do this. Tim Bray presents Sun's corporate blog policy.
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Freewheeling 'bloggers' are rewriting rules of journalism

USATODAY.com: They used to be known as the boys on the bus: the big-name columnists, network TV producers and reporters for large-circulation newspapers who had the power to make or break a presidential candidate's reputation. Now they've got competition.
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Blogging for power

Online editor Adam Gaffin scouts out the essential Weblogs for pumping up your network knowledge.
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Top 20 Definitions of Blogging

What is a blog? Why blog? Who should blog (journalists, marketers, CEOs, techies, educators, scientists, hobbyists)? Should blogging be pure or can you make money with a blog? Will blogging change everything?
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hoarse and buggy

Joshua Fialkov proudly presents the daily blog and home page for all that goes on in the world inside his head.
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The Corporate Blog Is Catching On

NY Times: Corporate executives aren't known as the spill-their-guts type. But some are beginning to participate in an activity once thought to be the preserve of technology geeks and political partisans.
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BlogPontocom

novas midias, cibercultura, cultura pop, musica, efeitos sonoros, fotografias, fontes, jornalismo, blog, blogchalk, blogchalking
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Stigmergy and the World-Wide Web

or how we all became ants building a nest we can't even see. About Weblogs, Neighborhoods, and Google.
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RSS, Aggregators, and Reading the Blog Fantastic

By Greg R. Notess, Reference Librarian, Montana State University.
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Secret CIO: Beware The Blog In Your Company's Future

The last thing you want are uncontrolled and ever-expanding records of individual activities. Before you embark on a company blog initiative, best have a chat with your chief counsel. InformationWeek's Herbert W. Lovelace.
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