MacJury #815: The Credibility, Characteristics and Accuracy of Blogs

  • July 10, 2008
  • Web

As the frenzy over the iPhone 3G starts, and with the U.S. political winds at full gale, The MacJury assembles to discuss the intelligent approach to reading and believing blogs. The differences between blogs and news sites (if there are any) are discussed, along with the motivations of their authors, and methods to ascertain the credibility of your favorite blogs. The diverse group of experienced bloggers veers dangerously into political territory before providing wisdom on how to view the contents of the blogosphere.

The members of the panel include:

Scott McNulty John Moltz Dan Pourhadi Steve Sande Chuck Joiner
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Links:

Dan Pourhadi

Macworld

MacUser

Steve Sande

Moveable Beast – Stave Sande’s Personal blog

Steve Sande’s presence on The Unofficial Apple Web Log

Scott McNulty

The Unofficial Apple Weblog

Fork You.TV

blankbaby

John Moltz

Crazy Apple Rumors

Technology! Whiskey! Sexy!

Take Control Books

The Huffington Post

Technorati

Daring Fireball – John Gruber’s blog

Macworld

MacNotables #825: Tips on Becoming a Mac Journalist from Tonya Engst and Ted Landau

Josh Chandler’s blog

MacTeens

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