Experience the phenomenon
As I set up my blog I wonder...Is blogging like scrapbooking? Because I've always thought that scrapbooking is kind of sad.
well it seems a lot less sticky and none of the annoying little bits of paper all over the floor...but really come on now how could it compare... this is vibrant alive and interactive ... isn't a scrap book more a one sided presentation whereas this sylph of space allows for...everything...PS - I think you should allow for anonymous comments.
not like scrapbooking at all. scrapbooking IS sad. this form of "messageboarding" can be really anything you want it to be, but with the hopes that people you know (or don't) will interact at their convenience. for example you are creating a forum for others to debate certain points. something i have yet to do on my own blog. i feel as though this is a way for me to keep in touch with people who are not around me everyday, everyweek, every month, and give them insights into things that stand out to me in my day to day life that i may not remember to share when i speak to them on the phone in 16 days from now. plus... and i quote robbie wilkins, or r-fresh as he is known in the blogging world, when i say "i love technology, forever and always." scrap that ...and don't use all appropriate punctuation.ps i will help you tomorrowwith the letting anonymous bloggers comment, it's quite easy and can change everything
Whatever you say Doogie Howser.
I am gathering that there are different styles of bloggers. There's the Doogie Howser style. The review style. The let's make new friends style...
i don't like it when people comment anonymous, make something up!
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