from Photographers' Blog:

Meet Miss Malini

February 12, 2013

Mumbai, India

By Vivek Prakash

Where I live is not the India of most people's imaginations or memories, and it's hardly the India I once knew as a kid.

from Entrepreneurial:

Does Posterous have staying power?

April 28, 2010

posterousSachin Agarwal created Posterous as a way for his parents to be able to see what he posted online. Two years later the blog publishing tool has more than 15 million monthly users, but experts still wonder whether its ultra simple functionality can catapult it into the rarefied air of Facebook or Twitter.

from The Great Debate UK:

The 2010 general election and new media

January 20, 2010

parliamentMatthew McGregor is the Director Blue State Digital’s London office. The opinions expressed are his own.

from Funds Hub:

Icahn’t: Carl says no time for blogging, too little interest

October 22, 2009

DEAL/Could Carl's silence be golden?

Our favorite billionaire blogger and corporate raider Carl Icahn is safely avoiding writer's cramp. His Icahn Report, launched to much fanfare as a hub for corporate governance  and reform, has not been updated since April 16.

from MediaFile:

Sniper-blogger grills Taiwan reporters

June 19, 2009

"Even Reuters' Ralph Jennings -- of whom I've been extremely critical for getting the story very wrong when it comes to Taiwan -- tells us that 'half a million' attended the protest," a blogger wrote in October after seeing the Reuters's write-up of an opposition-led demonstration in Taipei against President Ma Ying-jeou.

from MediaFile:

Huffington Post top indy political blog for traffic

October 22, 2008

obamamccain.jpgPolitical Web sites and blogs compete for scoops and eyeballs with an intensity rivaling the presidential candidates, so the Internet traffic figures released Wednesday by industry tracker comScore are likely to provide some bragging rights.

from MediaFile:

Death comes for the archblogger

April 6, 2008

Matt RichtelAt the risk of stating the obvious, everybody's blogging about New York Times reporter Matt Richtel's story about how the stress of 24-7 blogging is thinning the herd of Internet scribes.