Re: [-empyre-] video killed the radio star
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- Subject: Re: [-empyre-] video killed the radio star
- From: Chris Ashley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2005 14:16:52 -0700 (PDT)
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--- Melinda Rackham <email@example.com> wrote:
> some how this conversation has overtones of the
> "video killed the radio star"
> pop song from some decade late last century, with
> its "blogs are better than
> lists" suggestion..
Did anyone ever say that weblogs are better than
lists, end of discussion? I don't get this point.
Apples and oranges- you're comparing things that work
in entirely different ways.
As far as the panelist here are concerned, what we do
could never happen on a list. Wrong technology.
That's why weblogs are better for us.
Now, if I really wanted to engage in a long range,
fully archived, mulit-view, searchable discussion with
a bunch of colleagues, sure, I'd probably go with the
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