According to Friday’s Seattle Times, Mary Jo Foley is reporting that Bill Gates is about to start blogging “real soon now.” I’m curious to see what blogging tool he’ll use – and where he’ll be blogging. Do you think he will show up on http://blogs.msdn.com/ ?
In the Sunday Herald Online: The race for Gmail e-mail accounts – the service launched on a trial basis by internet search engine firm Google in April – has created a new web phenomenon of account trading, with desperate Gmail wannabes offering money, holidays and bizarre gifts in exchange for an account invite. Just a […]
Matt May says: This is wrong. Do not do this.
You can now read the Business Week article, “Blogging With The Boss’s Blessing”, featuring Sara Ford and “Microsoft’s most famous blogger, Robert “Scobleizer” Scoble”, even if you’re not a Business Week subscriber. Interesting graphic with the article: “Workers’ New Hangout: The Blogosphere“ Some benefits of blogging as seen by corporations: They’re efficient and they’re free. […]
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Steve Rubel has a summary of a Business Week article “Blogging with the Boss’s Blessing: “Until recently, the thought of employees blabbing freely to the masses about their work on company time — without the suits from PR hovering over them to stay “on message” — would have created panic in the executive suite. But […]
They agreed that 3 times was enough – they are sending a box via UPS to collect the broken one and everything that came with it (except the CD) – as soon as they get it back, they will send me a new one. Happy happy dance of joy!