- Obligations to people you post about:
- Blogger use of photos
- Blogger Bias
- How knowing your subjects affects how you write
- How trying to increase traffic affects what you write about
- People who will pay you to write good things about them
- Can Bloggers get into legal trouble for what they write? - Blogger Law
And this is just from ten posts - I've still got a lot more to sift through.
Bloggers, Ethics, and Photos of Children -(June 22, 2009) Thoughts after another local blogger was criticized for a photo of a youngster at a political demonstration against protecting gays from discrimination.
Festival Blogger Ethics and Objectivity - (December 22, 2010) Thoughts on how getting to meet film makers at a film festival affects how I write about them and their films.
Blogging is Like Fishing - (August 26, 2007) Reflections on blogging after a year of blogging.
Blogging is Like Fishing 2 - (August 28, 2007) A few more reflections on blogging's impact on me.
Blogging Thoughts: Does Traffic Matter? - (June 19, 2007) Overview of advice on getting more traffic to your blog and questioning why we want that.
Blog Ethics: Sex Sells and So Does Victor Lebow - (February 5, 2008) A look at what posts get hits and reflections on how that could affect what one writes.
"typically you receive $4 for every story" - (January 23, 2008) A look at an offer I had to secretly push someone's products.
Blogger Law 101 - (Dec. 13, 2007) I discover that there is law that I should know about concerning bloggers. Fortunately, it seems my blogging instincts are keeping me ok. But that didn't prevent me from getting a threatening letter from a lawyer who said I'd libeled his client.
Journalism, Blogging, and Perspective - (November 2007) More thoughts on how your relationships with your sources affects what you write.
Disclosures (November 23, 2007) I disclose my relationships with people I'm writing about.