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Ian Bell
03/01/06 08:36
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#110978 - Blogging
Until today I thought blogging was just a way for individuals to publish the boring details of their everyday little lives. Then I read an article in the IEE news about corporate blogging and how it is being used as a means to promote discussion about a design as it progresses - the idea being that the design is better for it.

It seems to me that this might be beneficial for 8052.com group members who are in the process of designing. So would it make sense to set up an 8052 blogging community, either as part of 8052.com or separate from it? We could each post our designs as they unfold and hopefully gain valuable input from the community. I am not suggesting this should substitute for the existing forum but rather complement it. For example if someone posts a problem to the forum they could simply refer to their blogg for details of the design.

What do you all think?

Ian

List of 18 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Blogging      Ian Bell      03/01/06 08:36      
   Blogging      Craig Steiner      03/01/06 10:59      
      Practical Blogging      Ian Bell      03/01/06 11:18      
         True, but...      Craig Steiner      03/01/06 11:57      
            Differences      Ian Bell      03/01/06 13:20      
         i thought      Jez Smith      03/03/06 01:20      
   User Home page      Jon Ledbetter      03/01/06 12:13      
      User Pages      Ian Bell      03/01/06 13:08      
   Perhaps..      Oliver Sedlacek      03/02/06 02:16      
      call it what you want      Jan Waclawek      03/02/06 02:35      
         Possible      Craig Steiner      03/02/06 18:10      
            does it make any difference?      Jan Waclawek      03/03/06 01:16      
            Usefull?      Ian Bell      03/03/06 03:32      
               editable      Jan Waclawek      03/03/06 03:47      
      Example      Ian Bell      03/02/06 10:51      
         Well done!      Oliver Sedlacek      03/06/06 02:41      
   close, but no cigar      Erik Malund      03/03/06 08:08      
      Terminology      Ian Bell      03/03/06 09:36      

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