Jeg er med andre ord gammeldags ... eller også er der her tale om sublimering af forbrugs / behovs mønstre. Blogs har være gode til hurtige informationer set i forhold til datidens muligheder ... Idag er life streams bedre til dette ... dette betyder dog ikke at alle informationer behøver life stream support ... 90% af 'mit' materiale har mere karakter af arkivering, men de resterende 10% kunne måske med fordel suppleres med lidt twitter aktivitet ...
I'm old fashion ... or is it just a matter of adapting needs and uses ... Blog were good information carriers in the old days compared to what people were used to at the time ... Today life streams are potentially better but that doesn't neccessarily mean that all information is good with life stream support ... 90% of 'my' material is in the long run more suited at archive material that you'll search and look up on a later occasion (perhaps). The remaining 10% might do well on Twitter too ... Perhaps a combination will do best ...
It's hard to remember that blogging was once deemed faster, less formal and often shorter than typical online prose.
These days, the online experience is often aboutFacebook updates and 140-character Tweets. More stream of consciousness, fewer essays with links. So Steve Rubel - formerly author of the Micropersuasionblog - says he's moving from a blog to a "lifestream"using the the Posterous service.
Blogging, says this chronicler of online trends, "feels old." [...]
Read more: http://www.pcworld.com/article/167568/blogging_is_over_with.html