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« Activity Explorer: New Collaborative Tool from IBM | Main | practitioner perspectives on value networks and knowledge innovation »

November 30, 2006

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jf.sellsius

Interesting question. Conversational tone is an important distinguishing feature. Teaching attitude is difficult since you can hardly teach someone to be themselves. Blogs have personality and that's part of the appeal. Content is not king, in the sense of information, since 2 bloggers can report on the same facts but present them differently & one will be more appealing. I submit that 2 bloggers could write the same copy and 1 would be read and the other not based on typeface, font, use of photos, bullets, etc. Diversity is also important. Too much ice cream gives one a stomach ache.
Blogs have to be enjoyed to be popular, even business blogs.

Sorry for the disjointed comment, the caffeine was exceptionally strong this morning.

Joseph Carrabis

Wow, and thanks for bringing this to my attention. I've been interviewed by Eric Mattson and have stayed in touch with him. I'm going to have to ping him and get some more details. This seems like an interesting topic for me to do some research on, as well. Thanks - Joseph

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