Blogging with the Right Tools

September 14, 2006 at 2:01 am Leave a comment

If my library was interested in starting a blog, how would we evaluate the right tools?  Well I’d start by checking out some of the articles we looked at, like the wikipedia article on Weblog Software  and I would take a look at what other libraries have done, and pre-existing comparision charts like the Blog software comparison chart from the Online Journalism Review. Since we are considering a Blog we would have clearly identified our needs and know the purpose the blog is going to serve.  Determining whether or not we’d go with a Developer-hosted or a User-hosted software service would hightly depend on the size of the library and the staffing situation.

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