"Weblogs--frequently updated, independently produced, and curiously addictive--have become some of the most popular sites on the Web today. The Weblog Handbook is the first book to explain how weblogs work and explore their impact on the media landscape.
There is no formula for creating a superb weblog--but there are lessons to be drawn from maintaining one. In The Weblog Handbook, Rebecca Blood draws on her experience as an early participant in the weblog community to share what she has learned."
I really enjoyed this one. I'd like to read it again, actually.
Dealing with the blogging society had some interesting (and timely) observations. Also some thoughts on ettiquete make this one I'd recommend to any new or old blogger.
posted May 06, 2003
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