More on ethics, this time a lecture I gave about the dark side of blogging and the issue of how far bloggers freedom of speech and right of anonymity stretches.
Presentation include 3 case studies from 3 different countries : China, Israel and the US, and compares general attitudes and national laws.
Would love to […]
Today, I gave a presentation on the topic of Social Media Optimization ethics, covering some of the new ethical issues that Social Media professionals are facing. I can say from my personal perspective that these issues are something I’m still struggling with, especially when the pressure from clients and competitors intensifies. The boundaries on the […]
Yesterday, I gave a short talk regarding the issue of blogs, bloggers and blogging ethics – should there be a code of ethics, should bloggers regard ethical issues and if so – which ethical considerations should a blogger be concerned about.
Having been involved in the world of blogging for so long, I find […]
It’s been a while since then, but it’s well worth the mention. Microsoft Israel hosted Yuval Dror of the Globe to talk about how his blog turned into Israeli’s most popular (self-hosted?) Hebrew blog. With 1100+ RSS readers and thousands of daily pageviews, I don’t think there are many that come close. Having long long […]
Blogerim.net is hosting the "Best (self-hosted) Israeli blog awards". I’ve been quietly following the Israeli self-hosted blogosphere for the past few months and have come to appreciate the growing number of quality bloggers in the small Israeli blogosphere.
The awards are split […]
There are no probloggers in Israel. Not yet, anyway, and so the question of the Israeli blogosphere remains whether an Israeli problogger is even possible with a small market of about 3-4m Internet users, most of whom think blogs are for kids and that they mostly use the main portals for online browsing (Walla, Ynet, MSN).