Intro to Blogs — Personality proses
What is a blog?
“A weblog. To write entries in, add material to, or maintain a weblog. An online diary; a personal chronological log of thoughts published on a Web page. A shared on-line journal where people can post diary entries about their personal experiences and hobbies; “postings on a blog are usually in chronological order.” [Usage — blog, blogged, blogger, blogging, blogs, Web log, weblog.]”http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/blogs
Who is a blogger?
A blogger is someone like me who journalizes written material into a weblog, which is much like writing a diary book made of paper. Instead of utilizing paper, blogs are done electronically. And with the advantages of computers and computer technology, bloggers are now able to post their ‘blogs’ online and have others read and respond.
Why blog at all?
Blogs allow the person self expression to the world. Blogging is ideal who for those who prefer staying doors or are limited to the outdoors. I am myself quite shy and find blogging as an outlet for expressing myself what my normally more introverted personality would not be able to handle in the ‘normal’ sense of interaction with more extroverted ones.
When do you find the time to blog?
Blog entries are like my children. Each one is treated to careful scrutiny for any grammatical and spelling errors. This reflects how much a blogger cares for their masterpieces. Blogging does take time to bring to thought, to manifest into writing and to publish within the light of proper conduct for the audience.
Where do you find your blogging materials?
Family and friends alike may be part of the blogger’s immediate sphere of resourceful information. They are well known and any sensitive issues should be treated as if they were reading the blogs. Strangers and other newsworthiness provide good sources of data as well.
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