I find blogs very curious. Bloggers want badly to understand their own media. “What can all this mean?” But no one has clarity yet. Or if they do, their voices are drowned by a few million other seers. Exhibits A and B:
What Are Blogs For?
Read and respond as Dr. Michael Haykin asks, “What are blogs for?”
It is disturbing that far too many Christian blogs are shamelessly pushing self and not seeing the potential for kingdom expansion via the blogosphere. Everything from personal agendas to personal stuff is being pushed. But here, as everywhere else, we must shape our interaction in the public square by humility.
Is The Blogosphere Bust?
Read as Christianity Today muses on the future of the blogosphere.
As weblogs proliferated earlier this decade, Andy Warhol’s famous aphorism was modified to read, “In the future, everyone will be famous to 15 people.” Now it looks like Warhol was right after all: Thanks to widespread blog burnout, everyone will be famous to 15 people for 15 minutes.