What We're Doing When We Blog  JUN 14 2002

Meg has an article on O'Reilly today about What We're Doing When We Blog. It's a look at how the format makes possible the type of interaction we see when people use weblogs, regardless of what the weblog is about. The last line of the article is a great one: "As with free speech itself, what we say isn't as important as the system that enables us to say it." I don't know if I completely agree with that, but it's an interesting perspective.


Front page
About + contact
Site archives


Follow kottke.org on Twitter

Follow kottke.org on Tumblr

Like kottke.org on Facebook

Subscribe to the RSS feed


Ads by The Deck

Support kottke.org shop at Amazon

And more at Amazon.com

Looking for work?

More at We Work Remotely

Kottke @ Quarterly

Subscribe to Quarterly and get a real-life mailing from Jason every three months.



Hosting provided EngineHosting