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Blogging Books


Each of the following books describes the use of the noted specific blog software:


Richardson, W. (2006). Blogs, wikis, podcasts, and Other Powerful Web Tools for the Classroom. Corwin Press: Blogger.


Murray, K., & Torres, M. (2006). Share Your Story: Blogging with MSN(r) Spaces. Microsoft Press: MSN Spaces.


Hill, B. (2006). Blogging for Dummies. Wiley Publishing: Blogger, Yahoo! 360, MSN Spaces, Type Pad, Movable Type, Word Press, Radio User Land.


Meloni, J. C. (2006). Blogging in a Snap. Sams Publishing: Blogger.


Gosney, J. W. (2004). Blogging for Teens. Thomson. Blogger, Live Journal, Angelfire, Frontpage, Xanga, Weblogger (book written for adolescents.


Warlick, D. (2005). Classroom Blogging: A Teacher's Guide to the Blogosphere. Landmark Press: Blogger, Blog Meister (his own free blog site).



Other useful books:


Yang, J. (2006). The Rough Guide to Blogging 1. Rough Guides.

Mc Bride, N., & Cason, J. (2006). Teach Yourself Blogging. Mc Graw-Hill.


Walsh, B. (2006). Clear Blogging: How People Blogging Are Changing the World and How You Can Join Them. Apress.


Risdahl, A. (2006). The Everything Blogging Book: Publish Your Ideas, Get Feedback, And Create Your Own Worldwide Network. Adams Publishing Group.


Powers, S. et al. (2002). Essential Blogging. O’Reilly Media.


Blood, R. (2002). The Weblog Handbook: Practical Advice on Creating and Maintaining Your Blog. Perseus Books Group.

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