Thesis On Blogging

Thesis On Blogging
Guy Brighton
  • 15 september 2005

James Torio (center in the pic) wrote to us to tell us about his damn impressive thesis on blogging that he wrote for his master’s thesis in advertising design for Syracuse University.

It’s 145 pages, so we’ve yet to digest fully (any chance we can have it in blog format, mate? ;) but the whole thing looks thoroughly comprehensive: documenting how we got here, the different styles of blogging and business models behind blogs. James told us:

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