Blogs and Blogging
Mobile Mogul Kim Kardashian Talks Feminism at BlogHer Conference (August 6, 2016): Mobile mogul Kim Kardashian talked about feminism at the BlogHer conference in Los Angeles.
Saudi Blogger to Receive 1,000 Lashes and Ten Years in Prison (June 7, 2015): A Saudi blogger will receive 1,000 lashes and ten years in prison. The sentence has been upheld by Saudi Arabia's Supreme Court.
Google to Ban Most Nude Imagery on Blogger (February 24, 2015): Google has announced a change to its adult content policy for Blogger. Sexually explicit and graphic nudity is now banned on public Blogger blogs.
LinkedIn Wants More of Its Members Blogging (January 8, 2015): LinkedIn wants more of its members to blog and create content.
Tumblr's Traffic Growth May Have Flattened (January 21, 2014): Comscore data indicates that Tumblr's traffic growth has flattened.
Yahoo Acquiring Tumblr for $1.1 Billion (May 21, 2013): Yahoo is acquiring the Tumblr blogging service for $1.1 billion. Yahoo promises not to screw it up in a press release.
What is an RSS Feed? (April 4, 2013): This articles answers the question: What is an RSS Feed. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication
Blogigng FAQ: How Do I Find Blogs? (April 4, 2013): How does one go about finding blogs? It used to harder than it is. It is now very, very easy.
Posterous to Shut Down on April 30 (February 15, 2013): Posterous has announced that it is shutting down to focus on Twitter.
Andrew Sullivan Finds Success With Paid Blogging Model (January 8, 2013): Blogger Andrew Sullivan is leaving The Daily Beast and returning his blog to his website, andrewsullivan.
Beats Electronics to Acquire MOG (March 21, 2012): AllThingsD reports that Beats Electronics, a manufacturer of headphones, is buying MOG.
Twitter Acquires Posterous (March 12, 2012): Twitter has acquired the Posterous blogging service.
Study Finds Inc. 500 Companies Are Blogging Less (January 30, 2012): A study of the blogging habits of the 2011 Inc. 500 companies found that they are blogging less than last year.
Rapid Growth for Wordpress.com and Tumblr (May 11, 2011): Royal Pingdom reports that Wordpress.
Blogging Demographic Still Skews Young (August 6, 2010): MediaPost reports that a Sysomos.
New Competition for Bloggers: Fast Food Content (December 14, 2009): Michael Arrington at TechCrunch has an interesting post here about the rise of fast food content.
Bloggers Abandon Blogs For Several Different Reasons (June 6, 2009): The New York Times has a story about abandoned blogs.
Demand For Lazy Blogging Job on Australian Island Crashes Website (January 14, 2009): A lazy blogging job being offered by an Australian island in Queensland will let you snorkel, stroll on the beach and soak up the sun's rays.
A Plant Joins the Blogosphere (October 25, 2008): The Telegraph reports that a pot plant named Midori-san has joined the blogosphere.
AOL Applauds Its Own Blog Success (October 23, 2008): AOL has released a press release applauding their blog success on the third anniversary of the Weblogs Inc.