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Blogs as Information Storage

Christina Pikas writes about whether blogs are useful just for writers and information workers. The answer seems obvious to me. I see many technology workers using them to post information about issues they have and solutions to their problems. I'd say there is a higher concentration of software people than any other, but that is because they are perhaps more familiar with the underlying technologies.

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