A special issue of Theories/Practices of Blogging edited by Michael Benton and Lauren Elkin is out. Looking forward to reading!
- Michael Benton, “Thoughts on Blogging by a Poorly Masked Academic“
- Craig Saper, “Blogademia“
- danah boyd, “A Blogger’s Blog: Exploring the Definition of a Medium“
- Tama Leaver, “Blogging Everyday Life“
- Erica Johnson, “Democracy Defended: Polibloggers and the Political Press in America“
- Carmel L. Vaisman, “Design and Play: Weblog Genres of Adolescent Girls in Israel“
- David Sasaki, “Identity and Credibility in the Global Blogosphere“
- Anna Notaro, “The Lo(n)g Revolution: The Blogosphere as an Alternative Public Sphere?“
- Esther Herman, “My Life in the Panopticon: Blogging From Iran“
- Various Authors, “Webfestschrift for Wealth Bondage/The Happy Tutor” [external link]
- Lilia Efimova, “Two papers, me in between” [external link]
- Lauren Elkin, “Blogging and (Expatriate) Identity“
- Various Bloggers, “Why I Blog: Part 1” and “Part 2“
Efimova, L. & Grudin, J. (2007). Crossing boundaries: A case study of employee blogging. Proceedings of the Fortieth Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-40). Los Alamitos: IEEE Press.