Several members of the list have already adopted 2.0 tools on both a personal and professional level and are capable bloggers. In launching this site, WordPress was provisioned as the platform with the idea of leveraging the strength of their experience. As a “mini” content management system (CMS), it seems adequate to the task.
However, WordPress has it’s origins as a blogging platform, and blogs, as we are most familiar with them, are known primarily as the province of the individual voice. This brings the first issue of group interest into focus – how does the group present itself to the public? Read the rest of this entry »