We've Got Blog: How Weblogs are Changing Our Culture

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Perseus Pub., 2002 - Computers - 242 pages
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Instantaneous and raw, unedited and uncensored, Weblogs are self-publishing at its best and its worst--occasionally brilliant but often pretentious, sometimes shocking but always fascinating. We've Got Blog is the first book to explore this phenomenon, which has been quickly rising from obscure Webpages to national attention in the Wall Street Journal and USA Today. Weblogs are free, searchable journals of opinions and links updated daily by an individual or a group and they have become some of the hottest Websites. We've Got Blog has pulled together some of the best writing explaining their history, the mavericks who created them, and how they are changing the way we use the Internet.

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It's basically essays from around the web at the time blogs were appearing. The essays are all pretty decent, although a little dated now. Many of them, however, you can get online still for free. Read full review

Review: We've Got Blog: How Weblogs Are Changing Our Culture

User Review  - Goodreads

It's basically essays from around the web at the time blogs were appearing. The essays are all pretty decent, although a little dated now. Many of them, however, you can get online still for free. Read full review

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