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Christina's LIS Rant
Tuesday, November 23, 2004
  Communications of the ACM: Special Issue on the Blogosphere
Pointed out by John Dupuis. v47 i12 (December 2004). We haven't gotten our print edition yet, but it is in the digital library here.

Introduction Andrew Rosenbloom Pages: 30 - 33Full text available: Html(11 KB),Pdf(56 KB)

Structure and evolution of blogspace Ravi Kumar, Jasmine Novak, Prabhakar Raghavan, Andrew Tomkins Pages: 35 - 39Full text available: Html(23 KB),Pdf(169 KB)

Why we blog Bonnie A. Nardi, Diane J. Schiano, Michelle Gumbrecht, Luke Swartz Pages: 41 - 46Full text available: Html(30 KB),Pdf(135 KB) - the authors interviewed several bloggers from Stanford and asked why they blogged. Research included analyzing the blogs and in-depth interviews with the bloggers. The concept of audience is not well developed. What's needed is a longitudinal study of how blogging changes with awareness of audience, growth of audience, etc.

Semantic blogging and decentralized knowledge management Steve Cayzer Pages: 47 - 52Full text available: Html(28 KB),Pdf(148 KB)

We are looking for a system capable of aggregating, annotating, indexing, and searching a community's snippets. The challenges we would face in developing such a system include:
  • Ease of use and capture.
  • Decentralized aggregation.
  • Distributed knowledge.
  • Flexible data model.
  • Inferencing.

Exactly. Also: "Blogging's greatest benefit is social, not technological" and "embedding Semantic Web technology within a blogging framework" -- I've seen this somewhere before? I think it was a British org, though, not HP or Stanford? Is it too late to claim that's what I meant by automatically assigned metadata? I want my semantic blog to work like EndNote and allow me to cite while I write, can it do that?

How blogging software reshapes the online community Rebecca Blood Pages: 53 - 55Full text available: Html(15 KB),Pdf(62 KB)

Democracy and filtering Cass R. Sunstein Pages: 57 - 59Full text available: Html(14 KB),Pdf(56 KB)

updated after reading some of the articles...
 
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