There’s a good interview with Evan Williams up over at CNET. Evan is the founder of Blogger—the software used to power this and the other blogs at the Bill Brown Information Center—and is now working for Google, which bought his company.
Evan and his employees have created an internal version of Blogger called BIG that he says has taken off. According to Evan, several hundred Google employees use blogs internally to track projects, share links, and whatnot. That is so cool: I’ve suggested to my employer numerous times how internal blogs could really work wonders on reporting and project management. I believe I will pass him this link as further data.