Richard Huntington has been provoked to ask this question 'Is blogging killing planning?' As more and more planners start blogs some elder statesmen of planning have begun to question the validity of the learning experience that blogging provides.

Richard Huntington has been provoked to ask this question ‘Is blogging killing planning?’ As more and more planners start blogs some elder statesmen of planning have begun to question the validity of the learning experience that blogging provides.

John Lowery of Grey London says:

“One thing I noticed as I hyperleapt from one planning blog to another was an almost total lack of quantification of anything anyone said, at all. To that extent I thought perhaps one could make a case that blogging is killing planning, or at least planning as I know it. The publication of baseless pontification has, it seems, been democratised and offered up as a glamorous new role-model to a whole generation of ‘planners’ who wouldn’t know what a tracking study questionnaire (not to mention an awareness index) was if it bit them in their left hemisphere”.

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