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On 6 Sep 2006, at 11:11, Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:
Exactly. This is a matter of taste, nothing else. Mailing list
email comes to me. Blogs I have to seek out and go there. Sorry,
too much effort for much hot air of dubious quality ;)
Interesting. I've always considered blogs to be fairly invisible
since I have to go look for them, whereas for mailing lists I can
up for things I'm interested in.
Lol, and lists like this one here do NOT have hot air of dubious
I get the hot air on the lists without effort, that was my point.
It *is* a matter of taste, sure. However, the effects of buzz
through blogging cannot be denied. My blog for instance is in the
planet.python.org aggregator, which has made at least a few
Pythonistas aware of it. If Zope were to appear there more often,
perhaps it won't be forgotten that often anymore.
I'm not denying there is buzz through blogging, I'm just saying I see
no reason for myself to jump on the blog bandwagon. I have a very dim
view on blogs and a lot of bloggers. <- warning: personal opinion
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