Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Around The Blogosphere... and on the Net 17 March 09

A Science writer says "Newspapers are dying but journalism is evolving."

Punch, one of Nigeria’s newspapers will start providing access to the full text of the newspaper to readers on their mobile phones.

Timothy Kasolo: Journalists Need to be Trained to Blog!

Bloggers behave! Newspapers have jumped on this one: The Maryland Daily Record reports that during the state of the city address recently, The Mayor warned city residents that it’s not crime, or the stagnant economy that is a great danger to the city…but malicious bloggers!

The sour economy has soured talk radio in California.

Payola is back in the news in the Caribbean.

Be careful who you trust: eWeek computer mag was discovered by Websense to serve a malicious fake anti-virus scanner to unsuspecting visitors!

African blogger Kazey explains how web entrepreneurs can run a successful online shop in Nigeria.

NY Mag Exclusive: Kanye Explains His Blog

Trent Reznor criticized Chris Cornell on Twitter... Not all celebrities are embracing Twitter!

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