Technology Bloggers is a community blog, meaning that we aren’t just run by one person. Everyone who contributes to the blog via blogging or commenting is part of the community.
What we write about
Our core topic area is technology, however we also post about the environment, computers, the internet, science, blogging, social networking, gadgets, software, games and more. A full list of the topics we cover can be found on the sidebar.
We believe in fairness and equality. We always try to be inclusive and ensure that everyone benefits from the blog. If you contribute in some way, the idea is you should also benefit in some way. We couldn’t exist without any member of the community; administrators, writers and visitors are all important stakeholders and key to our success.
To find out more about who writes for us, check out the our writers page. If you are interested in writing for us, see our write for us page, and to find out more about our stance on links, see our dofollow page.
If everyone owns Technology Bloggers, why is there an admin team?
If I can draw an analogy between Technology Bloggers and a good democracy. At the heart of a good democracy is a government, the government act on behalf of the people, and are also held accountable by the people. Technology Bloggers admin team is like the government in a democracy. We do the housekeeping, fix any bugs and check everything is running smoothly.
We do not control the people, we merely represent the people.
If there is something we do that you don’t like or agree with, let us know. You will be taken seriously.
Why TechnologyBloggers.org and not .com? Well there are two main reasons for that. The first is that .com was taken at the time of the launch of Technology Bloggers, why wait for a domain to become free before launching a blog? The second is that we are not a business or a company, we are an organisation of people who are working together to provide a great blog!
Technology Bloggers logo
Technology Bloggers logo features the avatars of many different bloggers, including writers and commenters from the community. It was designed by Christopher Roberts, and is used to represent Technology Bloggers right across the web.
You can use our logo to refer to Technology Bloggers if you wish, however you must abide by the following rules:
- Use the current logo – at the moment this is version 2.0
- Don’t use the logo to falsely represent the blog, don’t pretend we endorse something if we don’t
- Please don’t change the logo – you can resize it if you wish, but it must be kept in proportion
- Be fair and don’t do anything dishonest or unethical with it
Technology Bloggers Logo 2.0
Technology Bloggers Logo 1.0
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