Blogs: What are they good for? Where are they going? We have three experienced guests today to discuss. Don't miss this look into the current and future state of the blogosphere.
Anil Dash of Expert Labs, an independent nonprofit which creates new Web technologies to help policy makers in the White House and the rest of the federal government tap into the public's expertise using social networks. Anil was also employee No. 1 at Six Apart, the blogging platform company that makes Movable Type, Typepad, Vox, and that ran LiveJournal for several years. Welcome.
Kourosh Karimkhany, chief operating officer of TPM Media, which runs the influential left-wing blog Talking Points Memo. Kourosh was a vice president at Conde Nast Digital, where he was responsible for acquisitions and investments. He also served as the general manager of Wired.com.
Sachin Agarwal, CEO of the microblogging service Posterous. Like Tumblr, Posterous is a new type of blogging platform, designed to bring blogging to a whole new audience by integrating tightly with e-mail. It is challenging incumbents WordPress, Movable Type, and Google's Blogger.
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