Content Delivery in the 'Blogosphere'

Ferdig, Richard E.; Trammell, Kaye D.
February 2004
T H E Journal;Feb2004, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p12
Provides information on Weblogs and blogging. Benefits of student blogging; Background on free blogging software and hosting services through the Internet; Suggestions for implementing blogs.


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