Seen some blogger hating on the new Galaxy Grand 2's faux leather plastic back. Hates the Note 3's too. You can never impress everyone.
I wonder what Apple bloggers will be using to bash Android tablets with in coming years. Re: New Play Store.
Dear tech bloggers, sometimes it pays to ask for confirmation before going all "thermonuclear" on a story. Re: Galaxy Gear sales.
RT @mountainous: So when will the media council going to start training and registering bloggers? We can hardly wait to be regulated.......... Ha
So now MCK has something bigger than bloggers to worry about right?
RT @BrianSHall: Gotta love Apple bloggers. With iPad tablet share falling, they redefine both "share" and "tablet".
Everyday I read something that should make journalists (cc MCK) really worried. Instead of being worried about bloggers.
I remember even @dailynation used to term people who commented on articles on its website as "bloggers". Well.
Since the world has close to 1.5 billion people using the two services there are 1.5 billion bloggers? Interesting.
That's what we should be doing here. MCK should be figuring out how it can work with bloggers for the greater good. Not feeling threatened.
And the media there (US) has reacted warmly to the emergence of bloggers. It has embraced them and together they're moving forward.
In Kenya, most journos hardly realize the value of bloggers and blogging.
A good example to look at is the US. Look at the top bloggers from that side of the world. Most started out in journalism.
If you're just a lazy layabout then bloggers will overshadow you. Same applies to whole media houses. Understand new media and adapt it!
If you do your stuff well then you'll hardly feel threatened by bloggers. Is there a blogger who can threaten Moha of JichoPevu?
Because there are news Kenyans want to read but mainstream media and its diverse interests leaves out, bloggers are the only hope there.
Journalists and bloggers complement each other. But there's a caveat...
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