Accompanied with the rise of rich-media moblogging
such as Sina and Weibo and SNS Renren (China's Facebook), the compulsion to photograph, edit and share is growing.
Based on an inherently nomadic medium, moblogging
merges the instantaneousness of electronic journalism with the personal point-of-view attributes of journals, diaries, scrapbooks, and soapboxes.
Even the (increasingly frequent) moblogging
of events like political rallies and demonstrations, conferences, and conventions seems incidental and beside the point; it is more "local color" than it is testimony or reportage.
was taken for granted as the logical, and for most a
Lately, I've also been experimenting with something called MOBlogging