Blogs Fit The French Culture

    April 22, 2005

When a Swede, or Scandinavian in general, feel unfairly treated by authorities, companies, life — many of us say: “This they wouldn’t have accepted in France.

They would have striked or unloaded garbage in front of the government buildings or…”

Could this cultural preference be an explanation to the success of blogs in France? An inherited drive for making your voice heard? In Vive les Blogs! Wired News argues that could be the case.

In exactly four hours I’m on a flight for Paris — maybe I can do some research myself. But this blog will take a pause for a few days.

When I get back I’ll give you my view on Les Blogs, unless of course everything already has been said by the live bloggers at the event.

Fredrik Wacka is the author and founder of the popular CorporateBlogging.Info blog which is a guide to business and corporate blogging.

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