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Japan’s No.1 blogger declared to stop her blog

Posted in beauty, blog, cuisine, cute, Google Analytics, hot, maths, photoshop, portal with tags , , on January 19, 2008 by keronii

Famous actress Chinatsu Wakatsuki, age 23, whose weblog boasts over 80 million page views per month, announced an end of her blog yesterday.

Chinatsu Wakatsuki blog

Last month she once implied about her blog’s end and caused a lot of reactions from her readers and media, which ended up to her apology for confusion, but it became real this time. Real reasons to retirement are not actually disclosed on her last post. She wrote it is not her retirement from show business, but only stops blogging “to do something else”.

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Posted in marketing, portal, usability, Web Standards, XHTML on August 27, 2007 by keronii

OK, so if ‘Web 2.0’ is an attitude towards to the web, underpinned by the provision of services that empower customers to do their own thing, then let’s take a look at why this is useful for us as communicators. To do this we’ll establish the key “2.0-ish” principles that we need to consider, and discuss each one in detail. They are:

  • Content is king (again!)
  • The web site as a communications service
  • Beta is beautiful
  • Participation is mandatory
  • Technology is meaningless
  • (If content is king, then) Open source is queen

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