The Blog’s Death Has Been Greatly Exaggerated

I read with amusement over the weekend the article written by New York Times columnist Verne G. Kopytoff entitled “Blogs Wane as the Young Drift to Sites like Twitter”. In it, Kopytoff profiles millennials who no longer use blogs but instead gravitate to social networking sites to share their media: be it pictures, videos or the written word. While this may be true, we cannot deny that the existence of the blog is not going to disappear, and in fact it’s usage as a medium is growing.

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About Daniel Cawrey

Daniel Cawrey is a Tech Axcess Staff Writer. He has a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology and was an IT analyst at a utility company for several years. In addition to technology topics, he also consults for start-ups and writes for his own blog thechromesource, which follows the development of Google Chrome and Chrome OS.
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