Blogger Knowledge has an article announcing the new Windows-only photoblogging tool from Blogger called “Hello” and Instant Messaging technology to share photos and text.
Here’s a book I want but don’t see available. Somebody please write it!
This book would walk a user through the requirements from each of the blogging engines, such as Blogger, Movable Type, Inknoise, Pixagogo and so on. This book would explain what someone who was trying to customize a blog layout would have to include to get the blog to work for their particular blog engine. This book would also provide tips for each specific weblog engine as to ways to customize the look and function of a weblog.
If there is already a book like this and I just can’t find it, would you please let me know what it is?
Integrated Web Design: Social Networking – The Relationship between Humans and Computers is Coming of Age by Molly Holzschlag is an excellent summary of social networking, which was a very hot topic at SXSW Interactive this year. The article describes weblogs, social networking sites, geographical mapping and various technologies for these interactions.
She doesn’t specifically mention moblogging (mobile weblogging via cell phone), but I think this is an emerging technology that is going to have a large social networking impact. Just today, I saw an article in the morning paper saying that cell phones have increased resolution capability to approximately 1.3 megapixels. The ability to instantly post quality photos and text to the web, I believe, has the potential to make major changes in social networking and has cultural implications that may extend much further.