Who Lives in Your Blogosphere? |
Book cover via Amazon I'm tough to buy gifts for. It drove my wife and son nuts. But they have always racked their brains and come up with some outstanding things for birthdays or Father's day. This year my son and daughter-in-law got off easy. Knowing how involved I had become in Blogging and social media, they bought me three terrific books for Father's day. The New Influencers by Paul Gillin, What No One Ever Tells You About Blogging and Podcasting by Ted Demopoulos, and Blogging Heroes by Michael A. Banks. I started on Blogging Heroes first. Blogging Heroes is described as a set of interviews with "30 of the worlds' top bloggers". The book was fascinating to me because of the diversity of the people interviewed and the blogs they ran. I'll spend more time talking about that another time. One of the first interviews is with Chris Anderson, editor in chief of Wired magazine and author of the Long Tail. In it Chris says "There is no one blogosphere. There is an infinite number of