. . . And Here’s the Wrap-up
This week on Tuesday Open Comments Night we talked about the use of blogs in the classroom, blogging mistakes that were doozies, blogging about books, podcasts, giving away ideas and solving problems, when to move forward with a secondary website or blog, introducing folks to blogging for business, redesigning blogs, publishing books, business and blogging goals for 2007, business books, making money from a blog, people who comment on blogs — or don’t, favorite blog platforms, links to your blog, blog carnivals, memes, migrating to another platform, hosting services, domains and vendors, writing books, MP3 laws, and spam.
There was also conversation about the new year, chauffeuring kids, weather challenges, poetry, health issues, food and drink, studying languages, and a duck.
Here’s some of the links we shared.
- Working at Home on the Internet
- Tiberius Publications
- 10 Reasons Readers Don’t Leave Comments
- The Viral Garden: Z-List
- Essential Keystrokes: Road Map for the New Year
- Help Desk Notes
- The Wired Home Weblog
- Designers Who Blog: Bombing Bankok
- Poynter Online
Thanks for the cool links and for being part of the conversation. I wish I could quote you all, but I know you have an idea of how much time it takes to make that long link summary happen each week. I hate to let it go, but I thought you’d understand.
So, for 2007, we’ll just tell the story and share the links that you bring.
After all, how DO YOU explain Open Comment Night, if you’ve never experienced it?
See you next? I sure hope so.
–ME “Liz” Strauss
What is Tuesday Open Comment Night?