I enjoyed the article over on MSN by PC World’s Dan Tynan called “The 16 Greatest Moments in Web History.” It was an educational and fun trip down memory lane (how amazing 1995 was…).
I disagreed with the 14th Moment - blogging Katrina. While no one would dispute the power of Michael Barnes’ account of Katrina as the disaster unfolded, I believe Evelyn Rodiriguez’ blog chronicling the terrifying tsunami that hit the south Pacific had an amazing global reach and impact. I met Evelyn a year later and she was still muscling international resources to support the restoration of the ravaged area.
Regardless of our personal favorite Greatest Moments, the ability to witness experiences through the blogosphere pulls the world together as never before.