Mr. Lam said he has worried his blogging staff might be burning out, and he urges them to take breaks, even vacations. But he said they face tremendous pressure — external, internal and financial. He said the evolution of the “pay-per-click” economy has put the emphasis on reader traffic and financial return, not journalism.
In Web World of 24/7 Stress, Writers Blog Till They Drop, by Matt Richtel
Uhm, ok, guess I am shutting my computer down now and relax.
i can relate!
it’s my birthday + i’ll be up til the wee hours catching up on picking/announcing/emailing giveaway winners, writing about products…
i have hundreds of emails i’ve never opened.
i’ll get hunddreds more tomorrow.
i can’t see how i’ll ever catch up.
Apr 7th, 2008 / 12:12 am
i read this yesterday and it made me think. but it also made me wonder, how healthy were the people that died before they started blogging? it seemed a bit one sided but interesting none the less.
Apr 7th, 2008 / 10:21 am
I know this problem of emails and thats the point ypu cannot stop it.
Apr 12th, 2008 / 9:06 am