- CAUGHT LOOKING. Cranmer, John // Gay Times (09506101);Oct2005 Special Issue, Issue 325, p112
Reviews several web sites that allow ordinary people to upload their photographs. www.flickr.com; www.scoopt.com; www.thingbox.com.
- GP Practice: The inside story on things around us - www.howstuffworks.com. Kendall, Nigel // GP: General Practitioner;9/16/2005, p42
Reviews the Website howstuffworks.com, an encyclopaedia which provides information on the workings of many everyday items.
- BLOGOSPHERE. // Information World Review;May2007, Issue 235, p30
The article reviews several web sites, including Green Business News from "IT Week" magazine, available at http://green.itweek.co.uk, Environmental Economics available at www.env-econ.net, and Real Climate available at www.realclimate.org.
- THE DIGIT. // Newsweek;1/10/2005, Vol. 145 Issue 2, p13
Reports that 62% of Internet users do not know what a blog is, but 27% do read online journals.
- What you can learn from Britain's vlogging codger. Klaassen, Abbey // Advertising Age;10/9/2006, Vol. 77 Issue 41, p17
The article focuses on the video blog created by a 79-year-old widower from Leicester, England on the YouTube Web site. The profile under the moniker Geriatric 1927 has uploaded 29 videos which details his time as a radar technician in World War II. His YouTube channel is the...
- Postcards and Journals? They're PassÃ©. Kosofsky, Brooke // Arthur Frommer's Budget Travel (Newsweek LLC);Mar2005, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p41
Presents information on several Web sites that allow users to create their own travel blog. Rough Guides; Travellerspoint; Virtualtourist; Travelblog; Blogger.
- Blog Watch. // Newsweek (Atlantic Edition);12/19/2005 (Atlantic Edition), Vol. 146 Issue 25, p10
The article reviews various material published on popular Weblogs. A brief description of each Web site is included. Among the Webblogs reviewed are dontbomb.blogspot.com, shashankinafrica.blogspot.com, and debka.com.
- Mean Media. // Technology Review;Apr2005, Vol. 108 Issue 4, p17
This article comments on the popularity of blogs in 2005. According to the Pew Research Center, 32 million people in the U.S. read blogs in 2004. That is because blogs can spread the ideas of individuals faster, farther and more cheaply than anything seen before. At their best, blogs are...
- Blog Watch. // Newsweek;12/5/2005, Vol. 146 Issue 23, p18
The article reviews various material published on popular Web logs. A brief description of each Web site is included. Among the Web blogs reviewed included are Joystiq.com, pointsmemo.com, tpmmuckraker.com, and Gawker.com.