Around the Web: Resources on academic blogging and social media use

I'm doing a short presentation tomorrow on blogging for researchers as part of a day-long communications workshop for faculty here at York. And since a few months back I created a reading list for a social media presentation for grad students, I thought I'd expand that list in this post and add some more specifically blogging-related resources.

Enjoy!

Feel free to add any suggestions in the comments.

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