Apr 27, 2010

Nikola Richter of Blogmakery.com

Award-winning poet Nikola Richter liked blogging so much that she decided to make a living from it: Blogmacherei or Blogmakery is her one-stop-blog-concept-shop for cultural and political institutions.

Follow the link below to find out what Nikola's blog has to do with a bakery, why twitter helps with taking notes and why she hasn't attempted to make another audio slide show since September 2009.

Apr 18, 2010

Mary Scherpe of Stil in Berlin

Today, street-style queen Mary Scherpe of Stil in Berlin took the time to answer the GIRLS CAN BLOG questionnaire. Stil in Berlin, that Mary started as something like a neighbourhood project, became Germany's first fashion blog that currently draws 7.000 visitors on an average day.

Follow the link below to find out who's responsible for Stil in Berlin's design, why Mary doesn't really tweet and why you should know your IT in order to get creative.

Apr 10, 2010

Nadine Lantzsch

Nadine Lantzsch is the woman behind the Medienelite blog, who wrote the article that inspired the GIRLS CAN BLOG project.   

As an expert on many things, but first and foremost on online journalism, Nadine highlights in her interview how personality is key to great blogging, why tweeting helps, and that you should never blog if you feel the need to learn how to do so.

Apr 6, 2010

Kathrin aka Kommander Kaufmann

Meet Kathrin, an Austrian-born journalist who shares favourite net finds and personal thoughts on her blog Kommander Kaufmann. It shows very well that pop culture and political subjects aren't mutually exclusive, but that they make for an interesting mix instead.

Read Kathrin's interview below to find out why passion is key to great blogging, how her blog's name came about, and which other three female-run blogs she recommends.

Apr 2, 2010

Carola Muysers of Berlin Woman

Besides being the head of her own agency, art historian Carola Muysers is the editor of Berlin Woman, a new blog on cultural life in Berlin. 
In today's interview, Carola talks about her blog's quick-start, why Berlin is so important for her work, and the plans she has with Berlin Woman for the future.