Amazon Vs. Microsoft – Blogger Edition

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  2. 1.) werner didn’t apologize, and I don’t think he should.
    2.) Dave’s answer is as incomplete as scobles.

    Yes, blogging is chicken soup for the web’s soul… but to an investor in Amazon, where is the compelling value proposition?

    I strongly believe that blogging is a Capital-G Good Thing- but until the web comes up with scenarios that put enterprise blogging into executive terms, Naked Conversations are going to be remain in the domain of Geeks and Boutiques.

    (more rambling on the subject can be found on my space…)

  3. As the late, great A.J. Liebling pointed out, “Freedom of the press belongs to the man who owns one.” Blogging and online journalism has given new meaning to this. Blogging has been democratizing the world of information, empowering the consumer and the citizen …

    Inside the cyberspace, most of us winners as blogs provide a filter against information overload. Of course, blogging is not perfect, but the fact that it has democratised the tools to enable the larger human processes to find an outlet is the primary reason for it’s success.

    On a lighter note, Wonkette editor Ana Marie Cox once said that ‘People should have a complete media diet. Things like CNN, the Washington Post, the New York Times, that’s your roughage. That’s your green vegetables. That’s, like, what’s good for you. And then there’s what I do, which is like dessert. It’s not always good for you. It’s not very filling, but it’s tasty. It’s fun. It’s, you know, empty calories.’

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