Posts tagged "information"

Are Bloggers Journalists: Are Blogs new Journalism?

http://live.pirillo.com – Is blogging the new form of Journalism? Should bloggers be held to the same standards as the media? Those questions were asked of me recently in an email, and raise a lot of food for thought.

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Posted by mark - September 8, 2017 at 8:38 pm

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What is a Blog?

http://live.pirillo.com – I define a blog as a personal publishing platform. Instead of having to edit a webpage by hand using HTML, blog software makes things much simpler and more effective. Simply log into the blog via the internet, type in your subject line and text, maybe add some links or pictures, and click the publish button. Everything is automatically laid out for you, and presto…you have blogged.

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Posted by mark - May 28, 2017 at 11:46 am

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New Models for Browsing

(September 26, 2008) Tristan Harris, Co-Founder and CEO of Apture, talks about several new models of browsing, including web 2.0. He also demonstrates how these models are being applied to applications such as blogging and large online publishing websites.

Tristan Harris dropped out of the Stanford Computer Science Masters program to start Apture. A Mayfield Fellow with the Stanford Technology Ventures Program in entrepreneurship, Tristan is an alumnus of Wikia and has two pending patents from his work at Apple Computer. When not evangelizing Apture, he spends his time playing Yann Tiersen music on the piano and dancing Argentine Tango in San Francisco. Tristan holds a BS in Computer Science from Stanford, with a focus in Human Computer Interaction.

Stanford University:
http://www.stanford.edu/

Stanford Center for Professional Development:
http://scpd.stanford.edu/

Stanford University Channel on YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/stanford

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Posted by mark - July 15, 2016 at 6:41 pm

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How do people make money from blogging?

I know that there are probably millions of bloggers out there. I also know that there a small percentage of them make money from blogging. Does anyone out there do this, (make money from blogging) and how do they do it?

You have information that is so interesting that people are willing to pay for it. You have to give each person a password so they can enter your blog. The most-likely ones to earn money are: real estate, interest rates, stock picking, and child-raising.

There are 133 million blogs on the internet. Most of them have an audience of one person.

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Posted by mark - May 12, 2016 at 7:33 pm

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What are the Economics of Internet Business?

http://www.twitter.com/chrispirillo – I’ve been an Internet entrepreneur since about 1996. I never really understood Economics, though. Chris B emailed me, to talk to me about an Economics paper he is writing for high school. He wanted to base his paper off of something a little different than what most kids are doing – putting his focus on Internet businesses such as mine. I was only too happy to answer his questions, and help him out! http://geeks.pirillo.com – http://live.pirillo.com

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Posted by mark - March 21, 2016 at 3:19 am

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Blogging the ‘Google way’ with Karen Wickre at Connected Marketing Week, San Francisco, 2010

Anna Marie Virzi, ClickZ, interviews Karen Wickre, Google, at Connected Marketing Week, ClickZ Blogworks Forum, San Francisco, 2010 on the subject of how do you guide an army of bloggers. Karen says Google has about 150 corporate blogs and teams manage each of those. In order to avoid a blog coming across as too much “corporate speak,” Karen says Google does a bit of best practices training with each blog team, showing them the Google blog style and voice so the blogs can offer lively, useful content. The vast majority of Google’s corporate blog readers are already familiar with the subject matter of these corporate blogs and the role of each team is to make sure the content is useful, has tips, and encourages feedback. Blog posts are drafted and edited by each blog team. Karen recommends to other corporations that they approach their blogs as if they were publications, to engage the reader, and make the content interesting, not just formal announcements. In addition, blogs should be conversational and friendly in tone and provide useful links for its readers.

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Posted by mark - November 19, 2015 at 12:42 am

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How to Blog

http://chris.pirillo.com – http://live.pirillo.com – I’ve been online since 1992, but I’ve only been building this business since I started Lockergnome in 1996. I’ve evolved since the beginning, and opened up Lockergnome to others to blog and make money for themselves, as well. So, what’s the secret to successful blogging? http://geeks.pirillo.com Distributed by Tubemogul.

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Posted by mark - February 5, 2015 at 9:02 am

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Technology & the Future of the Book

[Recorded: March 1, 2009]
Digital technology has created unprecedented changes in the way we live and work today. To consider these transformations in American society and culture, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences organized a symposium on the Impact of Information Technology on Society in March 2009
In one session of this symposium, hosted at the Computer History Museum, a distinguished panel discussed “Information Technology and the Future of Books, Publishing, and Libraries.” The questions considered included: As publishing continues to move toward a digital model, what happens to libraries and their clients, researchers, and students? What forces are shaping the future of the printed book? What will be the future of book publishing?

The panelists were:
– Edward Feigenbaum, Kumagai Professor in the School of Engineering, Emeritus, Stanford University
– John Warnock, Co-Chairman of the Board, Adobe Systems Inc.
– John Hollar, President and CEO, Computer History Museum
– Daniel J. Clancy, Engineering Director, Google Book Search Project
– Michael A. Keller, University Librarian, Stanford University
– Donald A. B. Lindberg, Director, National Library of Medicine

The Computer History Museum thanks the American Academy of Arts and Sciences for making this video available.

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Posted by mark - July 9, 2010 at 6:49 am

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Blogging Gifts

http://twitter.com/chrispirillo – Everyone loves gifts! I especially love them when I’m not expecting them! Nancy from the Outrigger Waikiki sent me a surprise gift basket to my room when I was staying there recently, courtesy of @alohabruce. I was in Hawaii for the [re]Think Hawaii conference. Apparently, the hotel noticed that I was tweeting from my hotel room, and posting pictures of the scenery! In any case, they sent me a very cool gift basket, and I was pleased as heck with it! http://chris.pirillo.com – http://geeks.pirillo.com

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Posted by mark - June 26, 2010 at 7:50 pm

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