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Stephen IbarakiIndustry AnalystFCIPS, I.S.P., ITCP/IP3P, DFNPA, CNP, FGITCA, MVP
This is the next interview in the continuing series of Computing Canada’s (CC) Blogged Down (BD) which is featured here “first” in the Canadian IT Managers (CIM) forum.
In part 5 of this blog series, we continue our talk with Richard Giles, an industry leading authority and pioneer in blogging, podcasting and new media (Web 2.0). Richard is also the founder of Clique Communications.
Today I put these questions to Richard:
Stephen: What are the best resources for those wanting to start blogging, podcasting, …?
Stephen: Which are your favorite blogs, vlogs, and podcasting sites?
Richard: I currently read 152 weblogs, using a news aggregator, but one of my current favourite blogs would have to be http://reverseswing.livejournal.com/ , which is run by a marketing expert who is venturing into the virtual world of Second Life. Not only is it interesting watching a person enter the world, it's often a great laugh.
My favourite podcast of the moment is The Web 2.0 Show. For someone involved in starting a new Internet service, the people they speak to offer some fabulous insight.
Tiki Bar TV has to be my favourite vlog. Other than being very funny, I think it also demonstrates the potential for video on the Internet. A few friends creating a video, publishing it to the Internet, and recent reports suggest it attracts 200,000 viewers.
______________________In the next blog, Richard will discuss the biggest online challenges/solutions, biggest issues facing bloggers and technical communities, and his predictions of future trends.
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