Re: [evonline2002_webheads] Digest Number 180
- Hi Sus and all--
I really like your site, Susanne--I've been
exploring a number of BLOGS, and so far Xanga seems
pretty good, though not entirely Mac-friendly.
I couldn't get very far very easily with Groksoup,
but will keep exploring.
Anyone else working on BLOGS?
> Date: Sun, 25 Aug 2002 11:13:03 -0000
> From: "susannenyrop" <susanne.nyrop@...>
> Subject: Greetings from Virtual Australia
> the Net*working 2002 confererence is great, and in
> the B-log *)
> workshop for beginners.I took up a blog I started
> tentatively last
> month, I found out how easy it is to post my
> messages in the discussion
> lists at the NW2002 there, too for myself and
> others. Still not a very
> interesting log, in the bginning it was mostly about
> the pleasure of
> logging in iknself. But today I needed a place to
> store two pages i
> worote fot the discussion about online communities,
> or community
> online, where I try to give a description of some of
> characteristics of the out Tapped In multpile
> communication strategies
> Would love to hear your comments about this?
> See you online in a hour?
> PS I mailed a similar posting an hour ago to the
> group from my
> secondary mail addreee - but was stopped by the
> mailer demon even if
> all my accounts are mentioned in the My yahoo
> *) A B-log, or blog, is a log book placed on the
> web, a web-log. Has
> become very popular for the last 18 months, and has
> been mentioned as
> one siople way to host students' online portfolios,
> as one example, The
> easy to manage software allows gthe user to upolad
> and edit messages,
> and you can decide whether they should be public, or
> just stored for
> your own pleasure and reference.
> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to
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