As a result of conversations with other blog researchers (both online and offline), reflecting on feedback from anonymous paper reviewers and some Sunday morning thinking, I’m trying to write down an overview of weblog research challenges.
It’s going to be a part of an academic paper, but I’d like to publish it in pieces to get feedback and keep myself motivated by nice feeling of hitting the “post” button once a piece is finished.
Preliminary structure (will add links here once posts are published):
- Moving target
- Uneven structure of the blogosphere
- “Teasing” data
- Culture-specific artefacts
- Degree of participation
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Tags: blog research
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