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Gaining Knowledge Via Blogs

Warning: This post could be longer than usual, and is based around another very long post at the ‘Gaping Void’ blog. (You are going to have to read today.) However, it happens to be the most popular post ever written at that site, so there must be something in it, wouldn’t you say? Today I … Continued
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Break the Barriers of Blog Writer’s Block

If you’re writing a blog, you probably know what ‘writer’s block’ is all about. Whether writing is your profession or you just blog for fun, you’ll know about that feeling that arrives when you sit down at your desk with so much to ‘say’, but just don’t know where to begin. Our minds are so … Continued
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Increasing blog traffic

Let’s have blog connections…but who and where are you?

As I’m still in the early stages of this blog (I’ve had a couple others previously) I’ve got to thinking about how to bring more people to my site. I’m sure it’s an issue that’s come up for many of you out there who’ve wanted to enjoy the great benefits that blogging communication/relationships can bring, … Continued
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The bad side to blogging: What don’t people like?

There are so many people out there telling each of you why blogging is great, but what about the other side of the coin? In a paradoxical Universe, all things can be looked at from polar angles of positive and negative, not to mention the ability to perceive any one situation or concept in numerous … Continued
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Blog Comments pages become crazy conversations

To comment or not to comment on a blog, what is its purpose? Well, lately I’ve found myself sitting on the sidelines, reading very funny forum-like dialogue between people who are simply commenting on posts from a blogger. I’ve been ‘hanging out’ at one of my favourite blog sites (‘Dilbert Blog‘) and it seems that the … Continued
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Blogrolls

Popular blogs, Blogrolls: You are what you read, write?

There are over 50 million blogs in the world, and this is only the beginning of the ‘Communicative revolution’. I got thinking recently about Blogrolls (those lists of links to other people’s blogs often found in a side column next to people’s journals). I was thinking about how if you took a look at my … Continued
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Good writing and integrity create blogging relationships

As you probably already know there are thousands of sites on the Internet that tell you how to create a good blog, but how many of them tell you how to find connections and form relationships with other bloggers out in the Blogosphere? Have you ever written a blog only to sit waiting for someone … Continued
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Xanga Blogrings: An attempt to find others like you.

I heard about well-established blogging organization Xanga a long time ago, but their concept of ‘Blogrings’ has only just recently entered into my field of vision. What is a Blogring? By design, it is an attempt to bring people who have specific interests together into groups where they can write about their chosen fields. OK, … Continued
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Is blogging as boring as standing in line at the post office?

Ok. Now this is what blogging is all about. I’m about to write my thoughts about another blogger’s post, where they themselves were commenting on another person’s blog. Hmmm…boring or interesting? The initial humorously titled blog post (by Richard MacManus) in this new game of opinion sharing can be found at: ‘Top ten reasons to give up … Continued
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Everyone will have a voice. Everyone will have a blog.

It is the year 2050. Everyone (all 12 billion of us) on our planet Earth have a voice that can be heard. Everyone has a blog. No, I’m not a science-fiction writer, and I’m not a prophet of things to come. I’m one single, simple human being, and you are hearing my prediction because you … Continued
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