For the first two years of its life, our blog ran on software provided by Blogger.com. It wasn’t perfect, but it was quick and easy to set up, and got the job done.
The New York Times writes:
For vivid reporting from the enormous zone of tsunami disaster, it was hard to beat the blogs.
The so-called blogosphere, with its personal journals published on the Web, has become best known as a forum for bruising political discussion and media criticism. But the technology proved a ready medium for instant news of the tsunami disaster and for collaboration over ways to help.
They’re absolutely right. And as the Professor writes, “Nice to see people noticing”.
And Todd Pearson notes:
Indeed, to coin a phrase.