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Monday, March 06, 2006

Blogues: Feminino/Masculino

Friday was the second Ciclo Falar de Blogues: Feminino/Maculino at 19hoo at Almedina Atrium Saldanha

It was a continuation of the discussion that started in 2005:
Are there really differences between feminine and masculine blogs?
What diversity can you find in blogs written by women?
(Continuamos a discussão iniciada em 2005: haverá mesmo diferenças entre blogues femininos e masculinos? Que diversidade se pode encontra nos blogues assinados por mulheres?)

I'm a bit uncertain about the questions. What does a masculine or a feminine blog look like? And why is the debate about diversity of blogs by women?

Pedro of var/log has some notes and pictures.



Blogger Harry said...

Have you noticed how many knitting blogs there are around, and none written by a man to my knowledge!

3/06/2006 11:48:00 PM  
Blogger bev trayner said...

Harry ... I've never come across a single knitting blog! Does that make me more of a man or you more of a woman?


3/07/2006 12:02:00 AM  
Blogger Pedro Custódio said...

Well in fact there are a lot of craft, and knit blogs by women, but there are also some of made by men. But the thing is a more or less that we do have (in general) different interests that we transport from our daily lives to our blogs, and (in general) that kind of separates us in a more masculine/feminine attitude towards blogs. In my opinion is a bit like discussing the sex of angels, you don't get that much from that discussion, but it sure is a funny one. ;)

3/13/2006 02:20:00 PM  
Blogger bev trayner said...

I would be really interested to know if there's been any research about masculine/feminine attitudes towards blogs.

Does anyone know of any?

3/13/2006 02:39:00 PM  

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