Thursday, January 20, 2005

Lagging Behind bis

I'm member of group 3 this week and our job is to comment on the blogs created by other people following the course. So far, I have found this a pretty humbling experience bacause
1. the other blogs are more attractive than mine
2. some bloggers have worked out how to put in links, side bars, photos, audio, soda-fountains etc.
3. Every other blog I've read has been more profound and thought-provoking than mine
4. Some bloggers have multiple blogs (where do they find the time?)
5. Some bloggers have moved on to deconstructing the whole blogging experience
6. This is the second time I've written this post, the first time "there were errors". Can't this application be taught to say "Please accept my humble apologies, I made errors and now I've lost your scintillating post."


Cleve said...

but yours is funnier....


Graham said...

I think you've got off to a great start - you'll learn all about the bells and whistles of blogging as you get more familiar with how it all works. That said, the most important thing about blogging really is still the content - and it looks as if this blog you've started won't be short of that.

Keep up the good work!


Nancy McKeand said...

I think that we in group 3 have the best job -- being "forced" to read the blogs of others. There is so much we can learn from each other! It is easy to do the comparison and find ourselves lacking but much more productive, I think, to see these others as a source of inspiration and ideas. I would never in a million years have thought of doing some of the stuff I've seen if I hadn't seen it first!