Blogging linkdump

Handbook for bloggers and cyber-dissidents
Lifehacker’s guide to weblog comments: twelve useful tips that everyone who reads blogs should read. Good blog commenters add to the discussion and are known as knowledgeable, informative, friendly and engaged.

The Wired article Tips for the Crusading Blogger has the same subject as this CNN article: Reporters Without Borders’ Handbook for Bloggers and Cyber-Dissidents. The handbook is available on Reporters sans frontières as online version or PDF document, with two versions, in English, Chinese, French, Arabic and Persian. One of goals of the manual is help bloggers to spread the word where the media is under censorship and bloggers are often the only real journalists. There are good tips, from “what’s a blog” to “Internet-censor world championship”. (via /.)

A cognitive analysis of tagging – not directly related with blogging, but I liked the article and it talks about the cognitive process behind categorization too. Almost obligatory for everybody that loves the tag system. And it wasn’t a coincidence to find this link via del.icio.us.

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