This is what you now see if you go to any of the websites of Blognation, the blog network that’s been embroiled in scandal and controversy for the past few weeks.
It’s too bad. If there’s one thing that disgraced entrepreneur Sam Sethi did, it was pull together a great team of talented writers in a network that had 13 localized sites around the world.
Such a waste.
It’s a fascinating story, remarkable that it all fits within a perfect 12 month time frame. Someone ought to rite it up, with both sides of the story’s input. It could be a moral tale 2.0…
Given that the site has closed down, many of the editors have decided to post back their Blognation writing into their own blogs. I’ve made a list on my blog of the editors and their current coordinates, and I’d encourage you all to add them to your feed readers: http://martyndavies.livejournal.com/47174.html
A great resource, Martyn, thanks. Haven’t had a moment to blog it myself yet, although I did tweet about it yesterday :)
What would be great is a single RSS feed for all the content from everyone. If I get a sec over Christmas, I’ll create one with Grazr.