So you want to be a blogger?

February 2007
New Zealand Doctor;2/28/2007, p27
The article presents information on how to become a blogger. According to Wikipedia, a weblog is a web-based publication consisting of periodic articles which are normally in reverse chronological order. The common audience of a weblog are peers, patients and the general public. A person can email bloggers working in a similar vein and ask them to add he or she to their blogrolls. It is important to remember that blogging is about people power.


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