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Loren Feldman on "Why you should blog"

Loren Feldman from 1938media has a great talk posted over on his site from Blog08 where he tells the crowd to keep blogging (creating content). If you want to understand why Wired was wrong when they declared blogging is dead and what all the rage is with services like Twitter, Facebook and Friendfeed (validation), watch this:



Regular readers here know that racy language isn't foreign to this blog, so if F bombs scare you from watching videos then please don't check it out. Here's some Yo Gabba Gabba for you instead. ;)

Comments

Shannon Nelson said…
Someone called me and said, "Did you know blogging is dead?" And I laughed. A lot.
Liza's Eyeview said…
hmmm.. I might be "shocked" by some of the word used, but I like hearing why we should blog and why blog is here to stay because I like blogging :)

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