Good solid practical information about blogging behind the firewall.
What People Post
-News stories in our industry and about our company.
-Status of various test and performance clusters. So, instead of having to send out emails or answer phones all the time, you can say, “just subscribe to the performance cluster weblog. It’s always up-to-date with performance test status.”
-Brain-storming about strategy, feature sets, and process.
-Sharing customer visit/phone call notes.
-The “I exist” posts. Like I said, a lot of people just post one initial, “I’m here!” post and then disappear.
-Soliciting ideas/help. For example, one person recently posted the age old question, “when should I use wikis vs. weblogs?”
-Off-topic posts, like pictures of stars (the space ones, not the Hollywood types) or what the frozen burgers in the freezer look and taste like.