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February 22, 2006


Mary Branscombe

Now to my mind this is what's actually new and exciting about blogging, which is otherwise just a lightweight CMS that decomposes the page into time-tagged chunks, and why I dislike blogs that don't allow comments. It's a collaborative publishing technique that's less open to tugs of war than wikis.

When I blog something new and the developer or marketing manager spots the post on (say) Technorati and pops by to comment, I'm impressed that they're monitoring so widely. If I've missed something and they add details, that means the combined post is more useful and complete for anyone who reads it later.

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