Derrick Story of O'Reilly Network/Mac DevCenter and John P. Mello Jr. of the The Boston Globe have written two introductions for new users.
Not to forget the PhotoBlogging Tips from Amanda who is the creator of the Shutterfly photoblog, and the Introduction to Photoblogs and MoBlogs by Darren Rowse of the Digital Photography Blog.
An interview by Adam Gasserman with Anil Dash, the Six Apart-Vice President of Business Development, for those using Typepad as their favorite solution, can be found at the photojunkie zine.
Things will really get funny in one or two years with the integration of 4 or 5 megapix cameras in cell phones and PDAs.
But Rannie Turingan reminds us: Photoblogging is Dead, Long Live Photoblogging, sciencemeetsart.com talks about: Is photoblogging good for photography? and Nick Currie wrote an Essay on Photoblogging: "You have no choice but to start a photoblog. It's a course requirement in the art school of life."
One site with the "best photography of weblog" recently received the 2004 Bloggie Award (do check the other nominees!), the 2003 Photoblog Awards are here.
If you want to join the 2004 Internation Moblogging Conference, check this site for updates.