Joe Wilcox wrote yesterday on microsoftmonitor.com:
"I would contend that blogs are now Microsoft's major communication vehicle for reaching pretty much everybody. Microsoft partners and competitors--and the news media, for that matter--should take note."
He's not the first to bring this up, but interestingly, no one is contradicting him.
How things have changed in a year.
Here's the trend I think IT Pros will be wagging chins over next year (or sooner):
The MSDN content Wiki Beta has the goal "to extend the documentation with code examples, tips and tricks, and other information that you add."
See the pattern? Devs start blogs.msdn.com. IT Pros follow with blogs.technet.com.
What should the IT Pro version of the msdnwiki look like? Leave comments.