The Future Of Blogging
Being curious by nature, a couple of days back I was wondering just how Blogging got started, it wasn't long before I found an article by Cameron Chapman "Brief History Of Blogging".
I had intended to do my own research and write some content about it, but, Chapman did a such a good job with his article, I doubt I could improve on it. So, I dropped the idea.
However, there's a thought provoking comment at the very end of it, I thought I'd share it here.
[Blogs are unlikely to go anywhere in the foreseeable future. But there’s a lot of room for growth and innovation in method in which their content is found, delivered, and accessed].https://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2011/03/a-brief-history-of-... Cameron Chapman.
Those few lines weren't the only take-away points, but they did cause me to wonder; in what ways "is there a lot of room for growth and innovation..."?
Considering, Chapan wrote the article in 2011 (7 years ago), have we seen all that growth and innovation already, or, is there more to come?
If so; can we predict what it's likely to be and/or create it oursleves?
In what way has "method" innovation grown in the last 7 years, and if it has, in what ways is Blog content now delivered and accessed beyond that of 2011?
It may well be, many in WA have seen many innovations since 2011...?