Blogging as a form of creative activity

Renee Hopkins, in one of her posts from yesterday in her IdeaFlow Weblog, offers her thoughts on the recent announcement that Google plans to purchase Pyra, the creaters of the popular Blogger Weblog tool. She points out that “The creative richness of a good blog experience is in the context — the whole world that’s […]

Renee Hopkins, in one of her posts from yesterday in her IdeaFlow Weblog, offers her thoughts on the recent announcement that Google plans to purchase Pyra, the creaters of the popular Blogger Weblog tool. She points out that “The creative richness of a good blog experience is in the context — the whole world that’s built out of a blogger’s past (through bios and archives), their connections (in the blogrolls), and their tracks — of the places they’ve been and the sites (and sights) they’ve seen and posted about.” And she concludes by asking, “Can Google figure out a way to make this contextual creative richness more accessible, more useful?” Interesting thoughts…

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