... sharing stories through the usage of weblogs. Indeed, according to the article, based on a PEW report, it looks like plenty of U.S. (I am sure it would apply worldwide as well) webloggers do actually get to weblog because they want to share stories with others as opposed to just become journalists, which, in principle, would come to explain why there doesnt seem to be too many professional webloggers but plenty of amateur ones who just do weblogging as a hobby or to help them connect with their readership through the sharing of those stories because they want to share their passion about a particular topic with everyone else.
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As I said, whoever is out there thinking about shaping up their existing KM strategies. or creating new ones, would probably need to think about it twice before venturing into not providing a weblogging platform as part of the tools suite in place to get knowledge workers closer to one another in order to help them share their knowledge and collaborate, because evidence shows that, if anything, weblogs provide just that perfect platform to help people share what they know with others and build further up into those
De todas formas, esa fue una de las conclusiones que sacamos del congreso de bitácoras y derecho y quedó escrito en la Declaración de Zaragoza a la que pueden, si gustan, adherirse.