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The man who saved "blogging"?
April 19, 2001 6:36 AM   Subscribe

The man who saved "blogging"? Old news about the Trellix/Pyra deal but interesting none the less.
posted by justgary (11 comments total)

 
Whoa, where did that last question come from? Was it cut-and-pasted from a Dave Winer interview?
posted by bjennings at 8:02 AM on April 19, 2001


The man who saved blogging.
posted by hijinx at 8:30 AM on April 19, 2001


The man who really saved blogging.
posted by owillis at 9:52 AM on April 19, 2001


Marc Andreessen saved blogging by starting it.
posted by mathowie at 10:30 AM on April 19, 2001


"My mother doesn't ask about what's going on in my life because she reads my Web log."

God that rings true... LOL
posted by fooljay at 10:53 AM on April 19, 2001


No kidding, what the heck does SOAP or XML-RPC have to do with the rest of that interview?

As for saving blogging that's needless silly hyperbole, but I guess we all know that?
posted by daveadams at 10:57 AM on April 19, 2001


Saving Blogger does not equal saving blogging. Maintaining a weblog doesn't require a Web-based content management system -- or indeed, any kind of tool at all. Many of the best weblogs out there are maintained entirely by hand.

That's not to say blogging doesn't need to be saved, of course. But saving a piece of software isn't going to be enough.
posted by jjg at 1:31 PM on April 19, 2001


Maybe it should of been named:

The Man Who Saved "Blogger"?

=)
posted by justgary at 1:36 PM on April 19, 2001


Maybe it's the fact that CNET and Reuters are wetting themselves at the thought of Blogger's merging into that grand hierarchy they presume dictates the "direction" of the Web. "At last, we can use the 'corporate Web template' to write about Blogger (Lotus, VisiCalc, SOAP) rather than have to dig out that 'A-list template' and embellish it with a little real research."

Oh fucking joy.
posted by holgate at 2:44 PM on April 19, 2001


Or Men, more appropriately...
posted by fooljay at 3:12 PM on April 19, 2001


This guy too.
posted by redleaf at 10:40 AM on April 20, 2001


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