“Michigan has a million stories to tell,” gushes MichiganIsAmazing.com, a new blog launched by Ann Arbor public relations company Hass MS&L. The blog will feature text, images, and video submitted and voted on by users showcasing “all the great things about our state.” Everyone who submits a story idea will receive a “small gift,” and […]
Inspired by this NY Times article, I decided to post this little announcement … Yesterday at the highly successful and fun monthly blogger meetup I host, my bag containing a notebook and my digital camera was stolen. It was taken between 9:00 and 10:30 PM from the outdoor seating area at Pharoah’s Rock N’ Blues […]
We’ll be meeting at 7:00 p.m. at Pharaoh’s Bar and Grill in Adams Morgan. RSVP now!
I heard about Noor Ali-Hasan’s masters’ thesis from a friend in Ann Arbor a while back, and she has recently posted a condensed version of her thesis on the web. Titled “Analyzing the Social Patterns and Behaviors Associated with Blogrolls and Blog Comments,” Ali-Hasan sets out to determine if blogs “facilitate the formation of new […]
In the last few months I’ve noticed an increasing number of blogs dedicated to writing about real estate and development in the D.C. area. In my view this newly emerging real estate blogosphere is another sign of the maturing of the local blogosphere, which I expect to continue to develop multiple niches. I’m also interested […]
My friend and editor of the new Express website, Mike Grass, is participating in one of the Post’sonline discussions tomorrow at 1 p.m. I am looking forward to checking out the transcript afterwards.
Since it’s been mentioned a few places elsewhere, I thought I should note the Washington Post company’s Express free commuter daily has launched a website centered around a blog authored mostly by my friend Mike Grass. If you recall, I founded DCist with Mike in July 2004 and edited it with him for nearly a […]