Business Logs goes pro
June 11, 2004 at 9:15 AM
Paul Scrivens (whitespace) emailed me today to tell me that his new business has launched today. So what's so special about that? Well, Paul and his crew over at Business Logs plans to focus exclusivly on blogs. "we started Business Logs to bring the power of weblogs, wikis, and other online collaboration tools to organizations," says Scrivens, co-founder of Business Logs. Paul shares the limelight with a great team which includes Matthew Oliphant (usabilityworks.org) and Mike Rundle (Phark). Some of the services the company will offer include reputation management, knowledge management, communication consulting, market level blog analysis, and professional blogging services.