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Dec 19, 2002 4:20 am re: How many blogs will you have in 2006?
Brad Lauster
Hi Phil,
I've been blogging for about 2 1/2 years and I've probably got about 20 blogs...but I doubt this is typical.

I've got that many because I'm running a Blog Project for the IT Department at Stanford University.

You can read some more information here:

--Brad Lauster

> Phil Wolff wrote:
> I have two blogs, one longform/infrequent and one shorter/frequent. Because I use Radio for one of them, I have channels of focused content like CV reviews and obituaries; these channels may be thought of as blogs in their own right. Others have blogs for work, for diary, for family/friends: chanelling for audiences, managing the private/public barrier and balancing stakeholder interests.
>There's also the whole legacy of abandoned blogs. Some are starter blogs, a practice I encourage to get past some fears. Others are abandoned for lack of momentum, technical goblins, changed jobs, lost passwords, etc.
>How many blogs do you have now?
>How many blogs will experienced bloggers be using after three years?

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