There was a time when spreading ideas wasn’t so easy. Books had to be written by hand. Ideas traveled slowly. It’s difficult for me to imagine a world without books or newspapers. Guttenberg changed all of that. With his printing press, he was able to spread ideas much more easily. Today, you have the same […]Read more "Your Inner Guttenberg"
I have met so many people just by blogging. I can’t tell you how many great people that I have met and interacted with – on my blog, in the comments, on Facebook, on their blogs, on Twitter. It’s been fun to meet people from all over the world – from different faiths with different […]Read more "Blogging and New Friends"
….the stuff that I read on blogs is complaining and kinda negative. There’s something about this form of media that is conducive for writers and bloggers to easily complain about stuff. It’s crazy that I have no idea who is going to read this, but yet, it’s a venue for complaining. Try it out. Check […]Read more "Most of the Time"
I was listening to the last Media Hacks podcast (and I already posted once about it. click on the link to check out the original media hacks) again today. They made a comment about how blogging is better than a book. They all have written books, and one of them is even a NYTimes Best […]Read more "Blogging is Better than a Book"
I saw this tweet on Twitter from @TheBeanCast. Here’s the tweet: TheBeanCast Blogging is emotionally draining when you actually put effort in it. Should just start posting links and snarky comments like everyone else. Of course I retweeted it, but I wanted to blog it as well. Blogging is not just a cognitive exercise. It […]Read more "Emotions and Blogging"
I checked out my stats today, and there’s a section where it lists the phrases that people used to find my blog. One of the phrases that someone searched for was “dumb people poetry.” I wrote a little 4 line poem about dumb people – check it out here. Now, the only thing more pathetic […]Read more "Dumb People Poetry"
I just saw a tweet that mentioned that. The tweet came from someone that said he was going to go back to blogging because of the satisfaction of it – as compare to tweeting. For me, there is something so extremely cathartic about blogging. You can do it anywhere (I’m on my phone in my […]Read more "The Satisfaction of Blogging"