Blogging For Farmers

It's not the farmers who'll do the blogging.

Jim Paul writes in University of Illinois begins blogging for farmers: "The Internet provides farmers a wealth of information on crop marketing, financial management and dealing with crop diseases. But on a busy farm, surfing the Web takes too much time to find useful information."

The Philippine government is setting up municipal e-centers. No, we cannot expect our busy farmers to enter the blogosphere (what for, right?). Neither can we expect them to blindly surf the web searching for useful information.

Perhaps CICT can set-up a research team of bloggers who will build focused Squidoo lenses or web sites, that will provide readable chunks of useful information for our farmers.

For inspiration, check out www.farmgate.uiuc.edu

[ First posted on 12/21/2005 by Manuel Viloria ]



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