Write here, right now - how Tumblr changed blogging: Part 2
Thursday, 1st September 2011
and Will Myddelton
In the second part of a two-part article, Will Myddelton and Martin Belam look at how Tumblr is being used by a range of organisations, from libraries to news organisations, and how easy it is to search for niche information and follow tumblelogs.
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About this article:
By Martin Belam
Martin Belam is Information Architect for guardian.co.uk. Before joining The Guardian, he worked as an Internet Consultant with organisations like the BBC, Sony, Vodafone and the Science Museum.
Martin also blogs about information architecture and the media at currybet.net and can be found on Twitter as @currybet.
Martin can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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By Will Myddelton
Will Myddelton is a user experience designer from North London who currently works for a large property website in the UK. He uses Tumblr for his blog, Hidden Gems, because every other platform ended with him trapped in a nightmare of nested taxonomies, uncommented code, incompatible widgets, failed version updates and late night changes to server admin settings – which is not what blogging should be about. Say hello on @myddelton
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