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Blogging won’t wane.

The New York Times has a pretty prominent article today called Blogs Wane as the Young Drift to Sites Like Twitter. The title was probably written by an editor, not the author, because as soon as the article gets past the two token teenagers who tumble and Facebook instead of blogging, the stats show all the major blogging services growing — even Blogger whose global “unique visitors rose 9 percent, to 323 million,” meaning it grew about 6 Foursquares last year alone. (In the same timeframe WordPress.com grew about 80 million uniques according to Quantcast.)     excerpt from Ma.tt

This piece of news is worth reading.  Blogs Wane as the Young Drift to Sites Like Twitter.

I use facebook and renren, but I actually have never had a try on twiiter or sina weibo…

We may in fact have fewer people who would identify themselves as ‘bloggers’ now than 5 years ago, but there are far more people publishing their ideas online now than before, because of the wide range of tools available, and because the lines between those tools are blurring.    (this sentence really nails it)

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  1. 沙发
    大尚网:

    英文太差了,呵呵

    2011-03-10 下午 10:55 [回复]

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