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I’m reading a very thought-provoking thread on Scoble’s blog. He is visiting Target’s HQ today, and because it’s based here in my home town, I was curious to see what he has to say about it.
He posed some questions for his readers, which have generated a really great discussion on the merits of blogging in general. He asks basically, “What would Target get out of blogging?”
Is blogging ready for “prime-time”? Would a company like Target get something out of it, or is it just for geeks? Is Scoble, or are the bloggers at Microsoft, trying to make people look at “blogging as a hammer and the whole world as a nail”?