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A recent tweet from David Gurteen pointed to this short YouTube clip of Seth Godin talking with Tom Peters about the importance of blogs and blogging.
It's comforting to know that Godin thinks blogging is a worthwhile enterprise - even if nobody reads it! And even then, of course, blogging is a social act. It presumes an audience.
Is there anybody there!?
Posted on 30 August 2009 in Social software | Permalink
blogging, Seth Godin, Tom Peters
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