ProfNet bloggers

Dan Forbush has posted an interesting collection of links to blogs (and podcasts) that are being written by members of ProfNet:

How many ProfNet members and experts, we wonder, write blogs that are squarely rooted in their primary area of professional, academic or business expertise? Although we have no specific plan to aggregate blogs or blog content, we’re certainly interested in serving bloggers as both query originators and responders, and so we’re undertaking an inventory of what our own blogger/podcaster community looks like.

That inventory has so far produced 60 responses. Here’s the list.

ProfNet is an online community of 12,000 news and information officers that enable reporters to connect easily and quickly with expert sources. Encompassing 4,000 organizations in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia, ProfNet says it is widely recognized as the leading expert resource of its kind.

Neville Hobson

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