[fr] Bloguer, c'est une histoire d'expression personnelle. Une discussion lors de la rencontre BlogCamp à Zürich.
*Notes from blogcamp.ch presentation. May be inaccurate.*
*(steph-note: it’s a discussion, so a bit hard for me to blog — particularly as I’m participating.)*
Why do people blog? Different reasons. Asking the audience. [Blogging isn’t about blogging](http://uncondition.blogspot.com/2007/03/tomorrow-barcampswitzerland.html), it’s about expressing yourself. It’s about personal expression.
Blogging is about communication.
It’s a evolution (from a communication point of view, the biggest since the printing press): **instantaneous** access to a **global** readership. Being *heard* is a different bag of beans.
Another element of revolution: community. A single blogger with hot news means nothing and achieves nothing, before the network comes into play to make the news float to the top.
Blogging: technology (easy!!) and culture (more complicated) *steph-note: exactly what I try to explain to my clients…*
Shift of power. For Dannie, it hasn’t really happened yet, except some small cases. cf. phase transformations in chem/physics. My comment: the shift has already started happening, it’s not because it hasn’t impacted events the mainstream press reports on much that it doesn’t mean it’s having much impact.
- Lift11: Don Tapscott, Macrowikinomics [en] (2011)
- Brainstorm/Discussion — The Future of Blogging Technology (Gabor Cselle) [en] (2007)
- Lift13, The Agile Enterprise: Abhijit Bhaduri [en] (2013)
- The Good Idea That's Not Working [en] (2010)
- Feeling Like a Born-Again Blogger [en] (2007)
- Lift10: Technology and Cultural Difference in China (Basile Zimmermann) [en] (2010)
- Who Wants to Share a Room at Shift? [en] (2006)
- Somesso – David Terrar: Building Sustainable Corporate Web Communities [en] (2008)
- LIFT08: Pierre Bellanger (Skyrock) [en] (2008)
- Lars Trieloff: i18n for Web 2.0 (Web 2.0 Expo, Berlin) [en] (2007)