Tag Archives: blogging

Q&A with Food Blogger Heather Christo

This week I conducted an email interview with food blogger Heather Christo of HeatherChristoCooks.com. Christo is a popular online food blogger, as well as published author. Just this week she released her first cookbook “The Generous Table: Sharing the Love … Continue reading

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Blogger Hanna Paal on DIY Writing, Blog Management

Post by Mary Callie Gisler. Photo (c) Hanna Paal. Do-it-yourself writing is a unique niche in both the writing and blogging communities. I had the pleasure of interviewing blogger Hanna Paal, music student and part-time nanny and Esty shop owner … Continue reading

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Beat Blog Q&A: A View from the Cave

I asked Tom Murphy, who keeps a blog called “A View from the Cave,” some questions about his blogging, background, and experience with the study of global relief and charities. Tell me about your background. What did you study in … Continue reading

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“Why’s this so good?”: A Tealightful Applause for Lisa Richardson

When It comes to blogging about specialty teas, it can become extremely monotonous steeping through all of the lazy descriptive bloggers that post about how “good” their tea palate is. Let’s face it: blogging about tea isn’t all that interesting. … Continue reading

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Questions and Answers

Rob Moseley works for the Register-Guard, both in print and online, covering the Oregon Ducks’ football program. Matthew Smith is a blogger for collegefootballnews.com and his nickname is “Mr. Pac-10.” Q: What are some of the major challenges when writing about … Continue reading

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Greg Zimmerman Talks About Blogging Books

Greg Zimmerman writes The New Dork Review of Books and was willing to answer a few questions on his experience as a blogger. Kourtney: How did you get started blogging about books? What interested you in the idea of a blog? … Continue reading

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College Students Failing to Blog

College students are networking savvy, but few have picked up blogging. By: Ryan Imondi Eugene (Ore)- The average college student has fully embraced social networking. Yet many students are still hesitant when entering the world of blogging. Surveying ten college … Continue reading

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Department of Justice Subpoenas Blog’s IP Records

For those undecided about whether or not citizen journalists should be protected under shield laws designed to protect print journalists, there’s news that may hasten the decision. CBS reports that on January 23rd, 2009, Philadelphia-based liberal blog Indymedia.us received a … Continue reading

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What Is the Ethic of the Link?

Note for #J361 Winter 2010: I posted this originally Oct. 7, 2009. Here’s the post about the ethic of the link. Follow Jay Rosen on Twitter, and you should also follow Daniel Bachhuber, whose “ethic of the link” presentation to … Continue reading

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