Archive for 17 de Outubro, 2006

Blog – a palavra que ia ser feia

A no perder este delicioso texto de Nicholas Carr sobre a palavra feia que nos persegue – Blog.
Um hino ao inexplicvel.
Uma nota de esperana para todos os ‘bloglines-aditos’ (como lhes chama o Jos Luis) por esse mundo fora…

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Newspapers a caminho de serem blogpapers?

A revista norte-americana Business 2.0 deu o primeiro passo; o seu editor, Josh Quittner, lanou a proposta de que cada jornalista tenha um blog e de que seja pago em conformidade com o sucesso desse espao.
A justificao:
It’s really important to me that my guys learn this stuff and live there because that’s where the world is headed. It’s totally consistent with their jobs as print journalists. (…) I’m not so worried about Business 2.0 as a print product ever going away. That said, my people need to participate at a deeper level than just producing once a month. I used to joke that monthly magazines are the gentleman farming of the journalism world. There’s no reason why monthly magazine reporters can’t live in the daily world.

Jeff Jarvis entrou na conversa – a ideia agradou-lhe:
Is there danger in this? Of course. One can be corrupted by the siren call of popularity and, worse, money. But if one corrupts one’s product and credibility along the way, then you can bet that the audience will see through the manipulation, become disenchanted, and leave. That is true of newspapers, magazines, TV shows, and blogs. And in the case of the Business 2.0 bloggers, they can also lose their jobs.
Haydn Shaughnessy avanou com a proposta de uma nova terminologia: blogpapers, em vez de newspapers.

Que tal?
impossvel ficar indiferente a este excesso de ingenuidade, no ?
E se no estivermos perante ingenuidade alguma?

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