Blogging Results

Blogging inspires more than – for example – a local newspaper. Printed. Silly topics. Blogging is a great chance to develop personal goals

united types of newspapers
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Blogging inspires more than – for example – a local newspaper. Printed. Silly topics. Blogging is a great chance to develop personal goals – and to discuss them with blogging friends worldwide. The famous US-blogger Elizabeth Obih-Frank wrote: “Unlike in the publishing world, where the powers that be control what sees the light of day and what gets relegated to the wastebasket, a blogger can find a core group of like-minded souls with similar interests, and blog away knowing that the audience they seek is there to encourage them… “
ignoring the newspaper
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Yes. What to add to Elizabeth Obih-Frank? When I look back after nearly a year of blogging, I notice, that after eleven months now I like much more to read daily wordpress blog posts around the world than my silly local newspaper-products a year before … I’ve canceled the local newspapers – at least I’ve earned the money I do not spend anymore for newspapers, printed color magazines, many books, DVD-movie sellers (amazon) etc. – even to watch television seems to get more and more boring: because I can’t interact. Blogging opens the door to a new kind of interactive (global!) democracy …
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already my cat Emily tried to explain to me, that there are better things to do than reading a silly local newspaper …
Strike Cat =^..^=
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related:
http://eof737.wordpress.com/2011/11/22/on-blogging-the-long-haul/
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http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2011/11/22/blogging-for-the-long-haul/
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websites: 1 - my daily wordpress blog "flickrcomments" at FLICKRCOMMENTS, 2 - photo pool at frizztext, 3 - flickr group BLOG IT!, 4 - twitter, 5 - my guitar, 6 - about.me

31 responses to “Blogging Results

  1. Caroline

    Frizz-
    I have found this same joy…thanks for being part of that for me. may you be blessed by more chances for blogging adventures..-Caroline

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  2. … beautiful photos …
    you’re really good …
    in every detail.
    I am enchanted to look at every picture you post.
    flickr is there to lose.
    you have inspired me with those papers,
    I have a copy of a newspaper that comes from Egypt.
    I will make a photo … never as beautiful as yours.
    good day distant friend
    and thanks for your steps from me.

    vento

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  3. Cassie's world

    Great post. I never really started reading newspapers for the simple fact that I find the handling (turning the big pages) impractical. For news I stick to the ones I find online. But you’re right, especially newspapers are often impersonal, not only for the “objective” writing-style, also because of the missing interaction between people. I often find myself reading the discussion-forum of “Spiegel Online” (Online news), but I don’t like the tone there, too aggressive and inconsiderate. So blogs are a great way to express oneself and also to read about other people!

    Cute dog by the way! He seems so relaxed!

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  4. I could not agree more. When I started blogging, I had no idea how much it would come to be a part of my life. Thank you for being part of the blogging life as well. Great post. Great.

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  5. I think so. I don’t read newspaper. I’m interested in what personal goals really mean.

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  6. http://sempreventophoto.wordpress.com/2011/11/23/egypt-paper/

    for now I have no better!
    goes back several years ago, a dear memory.

    a song that I love very much, I give you a thought.

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  7. This post sums it up beautifully. Really like the photo of the newspapers from around the world. I’m with you, blogging opens up a whole new world and allows us to communicate with others and learn oodles. Margie

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  8. theflyingpenwriter

    Great post that well show blogging is a world apart, a place where you can meet people you would have maybe never met otherwise, to exchange ideas and read real voices.
    I like newspapers from time to time but I also know I can’t interact with the voice who wrote the paper or the voice who inspired the paper and that in many cases these voices are corrupted or under pressure and their words not true.
    Marie

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  9. I read actual newspapers from time to time. I do agree about the blogging, I’ve discovered something new, learned a lot of things and have been encouraged and appreciated by fellow bloggers! Great post!

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  10. I like the blogging interaction with people around the world.

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  11. I love blogs more than traditional newspapers because if you find a really good one, you will learn more than you ever wanted to know about a subject. I am also interested in the personalities of the bloggers and that just doesn’t come across in the say, The Wall Street Journal, although I do like articles in The Journal.

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  12. You are exactly right Dietmar, at least with blogging we can interact with fellow bloggers and learn from them first hand.
    However, with newspapers (as our dear friend and blogger Elizabeth Obih-Frank so wisely says “Unlike in the publishing world, where the powers that be control what sees the light of day and what gets relegated to the wastebasket, a blogger can find a core group of like-minded souls with similar interests, and blog away knowing that the audience they seek is there to encourage them…“
    Great post my friend.

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  13. Love the central role of the pets.
    This blogging is a funny old business isn’t it. :)

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  14. thirdhandart

    Love the photos. Great post.

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  15. I used to have a cat that looked just like yours

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  16. Wolfgang Hermann

    hab eine schönen tag mein lieber

    lg wolfgang

    old morning news:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/wolfgangfoto/3012852562

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  17. Northern Narratives

    I now know so many friendly people through blogging. This is a great post.

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  18. Very beautiful cat! I also have the cats – Lary and Sisi…

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    • hello kotev1000, scientist in Bulgaria, I got even a second blogger from your country:
      visit the comments at
      http://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2011/11/20/milk-cow-blues-boogie/
      LadyDidi, very humorous – and she supported my 25 language project
      http://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2011/03/27/headless-by-love/
      with (I didn’t know that cyrillic letters were established first in Bulgaria, not Russia):
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      Те наистина съществуват! Най-любимата и сладка крава на планетата (може би тук се бута за слава и кравата от Cow and Chicken, също много обичана от мен крава!) има реален първообраз. Братовчедките на Милка разхождат лилавите си “одежди” със самочувствие и стил из швейцарските Алпи. :-)
      По този повод трябва да се почерпим – видеото от мен, шоколадът от вас!

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  19. nelson RN

    i love your pics…

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  20. I think of blogging like a form of therapy…and it’s pretty cheap too! If

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  21. You’re so right I began my blog in May and have learnt so much and ‘met’ so many lovely people around the world. It thrills me every time I get a comment or a hit form someone thousands of miles away who has taken the time to read my writing or look at my photos. I hardly watch any tv anymore and even facebook has dropped down my list!

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  22. “Blogging opens the door to a new kind of interactive (global!) democracy …” we now have the opportunity to talk to each other, share concerns, joys and so much more with only time zones separating us. We have voices!

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  23. Hi Frizztext, You are right about blogging. It is indeed the new democracy, and it does help with personal goals, self actualization and knowledge. Thanks for bringing the topic to light.

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  24. Good God! I’m finally reading this post. Frizztext! Thank you for the mentions and references… I have been so busy that I apologize for not stopping by sooner. You are one of my blog favorites too; consistent, talented, creative, bold, kind… I am flattered by your above comments…. From your mouth to God’s ears. Happy Holidays! :-)
    Eliz

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  26. This site was… how do you say it? Relevant!! Finally I have found something that helped me.
    Cheers!

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