Yesterday, I made the choice to leave the Blog Herald as a contributor. Choices like this one can take longer to make for some people. In my case it has taken about a month. During these past 30 days I have learned that yes, I am a blogger and more than that I am an artist who not only practices the art of writing but that of image making, designing and gardening to name a few. [Read more…]
We’re proud to introduce yet another talented contributor into our pool of writers here at the Blog Herald. Please join me in welcoming Dan Karleen.
Dan Karleen is into online product management, developing new media products for Peterson’s, while he has been blogging for them for two years as editor of Syndication for Higher Ed– on topics at the intersection of higher education, new media, and marketing. [Read more…]
We’ve had a great response to our post announcing our seasonal gift of $200 and a year’s link from the Blog Herald- to a deserving blog.
Last chance to enter or propose a blog is tonight, midnight– Pacific Standard Time.
The winner will be announced on January 2nd, after we have researched all the entries tomorrow and cast our respective votes.
Here is wishing all who have entered the best of luck, and to everyone- a very Happy New Year and Prosperous 2007!!
It is our great pleasure to welcome to the Blog Herald another bi-weekly columnist: Aileen Thompson. Aileen will be our specialist “science blogger” bringing us all the latest news and analysis from the world of scientific blogging.
Aileen has more than a quarter century of experience in print media, having made the transitions from lead type to computer photo-typesetting to “user friendly” when Apple took over the industry in the early 1980s. She has been a graphic artist and reporter, editor and writer for newspapers, newsletters, magazines and special events periodicals in several states. [Read more…]
The Blog Herald is proud to announce the latter half of our PR covering duo, Chris Clarke! Chris does a good job of introducing himself over at his first post, but to add a little bit of flavour, Chris is a professional within the public relations community, and currently works at Thornley Fallis Communications, where he began in June of 2006. He has made appearances at some of the industry’s premier podcasts, such as Across the Sound and For Immediate Release: The Hobson and Holtz Report.
Every second week Chris will be bringing his own insights to where public relations intersects with social media, and his own experiences as a professional within this rapidly changing industry.
Welcome aboard Chris!