Blogs are interesting because they are honest windows into other people's interests and passions. As it turns out, the world is full of fascinating, extremely smart people. The opportunity to learn what motivates, interests and excites them-- professionally or personally-- is invaluable. And often in a purely practical sense. I've found an answer to a Google query in a blog entry more than once.Author: Jeff Atwood, Source: http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/archives/000297.html
The bolder you are, I would argue, the more you have to explain yourself on an interpersonal basis. The stronger, the more distinct, the more visionary your arguments, the more you have to reveal yourself as an individual to make people comfortable with the process by which you've come up with these ideas.Author: Thomas Barnett, Source: http://www.itconversations.com/shows/detail788.html
My view is that blogs are becoming our resumes, our digital portfolios, our public identities.Author: Jon Udell, Source: http://blog.jonudell.net/2007/01/29/the-persistent-blogosphere...
Remember that your blog is only incidentally a publishing system or a public website. At its heart, your blog represents the evolving expression of your most passionately held ideas. It’s a conversation you’re holding up with the world and with yourself — a place where you can watch your own thoughts take different shapes and occasionally surprise you with where they end up…Author: Merlin Mann, Source: http://www.43folders.com/2007/02/15/your-new-blog/
The blogosphere is the friend of information but the enemy of thought.Author: Alan Jacobs, Source: http://www.christianitytoday.com/bc/2006/003/17.36.html
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