Toward a Weblogging Empire

Filed as News on September 25, 2003 9:07 pm

by Duncan

An interesting concept in the future development of blogging:
Toward a Weblogging Empire | Wired.comJason Calacanis is back.

The former editor of the Silicon Alley Reporter, the once high-flying chronicle of Manhattan’s high-tech mania, plans this week to launch a new venture, Weblogsinc, that intends to make a go of publishing business-to-business blogs.

Essentially, Calacanis’ goal is to turn Weblogsinc into an umbrella for blogs, a for-profit center that dishes daily on as many as 300 topics and scores revenue from sources like advertising, events and classified listings. He expects the topics to fall under four main categories: media, finance, technology and life sciences.

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