Dan Gilmour: Why Blogging Will Never Die

Dan Gilmour: Why Blogging Will Never Die
technology

Why the popular phenomenon is something all writers -- academic, journalistic or creative, should implement in a responsible way.

Dan Gilmor, The Guardian
  • 5 february 2014


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This article titled “Why all the angst? Blogging is far from dead” was written by Dan Gillmor, for theguardian.com on Friday 31st January 2014 16.46 UTC

A decade or so ago, journalism went through a mini-spasm of angst about one of the changes then roiling the trade. Many worried about a practice they considered weird and, they concluded, at best semi-professional: blogging. But what became known as the “bloggers v journalists” affair ultimately faded into obscurity as just about every major news organization added blogs to its website.

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