Just Pondering Part 645

Ruda_Rubista_Ball_PensI have always wondered: how many people are really into blogs? Well, from the looks of things, It looks like a very large number.

Come to think of it, the majority of people I know, are into Facebook and WhatsApp.

I can bet you that out of all your colleagues at work, you are the only one who blogs.

Apparently, blogging has only piqued the interest of a certain type of people — those highly creative people who believe that the restriction of 140 characters doesn’t do them any justice.

Blogging truly comes in handy when you really have a lot to say; especially when it is way more than a mouthful of words.

Maybe, it might be safe for me to say, “It was some people’s destiny to blog.”

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4 responses to “Just Pondering Part 645

  1. I posted my first content to an ‘online journal’ – no one called them blogs way back then, on the 24th September 1999. I’ve been at it ever since – every day for at least the first four years then I reviewed my practice, split into a number of parts and specialised. I also took an MA in the next best thing ‘Open and Distance Education’. So, yes, blogging fascinates me. Twitter as a ‘microblog’ is not – it is chatting. And many so called blogs are actually something else too – corporate marketing brochures, magazines, radio shows, TV channels, photo dumps and galleries. For me, and those of us writing in ‘Diaryland’ over a decade ago a blog, like a diary, is something you kept up every day, reflected your daily life and was largely secret: you wrote amongst friends rather than to an audience. This meant that they remained authentic, deep, even ‘in confidence’. Has all of that been lost? I wonder.

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