postaday2011


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I’m posting every day in 2011! I’ve decided I want to blog more. Rather than just thinking about doing it, I’m starting right now. I will be posting on this blog once a day / once a week for all of 2011. I know it won’t be easy, but it might be fun, inspiring, awesome and wonderful. Therefore I’m promising to make use of The DailyPost, and the community of other bloggers with similar goals, to help me along the way, including asking for help when I need it and encouraging others when I can. If you already read my blog, I hope you’ll encourage me with comments and likes, and good will along the way.
postaday2011
Signed: frizztext
P.S.:
I at first write my articles in my native language, German. Then I usually call the google translate machine for help. Something always looks very strange to me. Is that English? I try to make it better. Maybe it is then even much more strange for English spoken readers. Nevertheless: I got some friendly feedbacks 🙂

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for to translate the German part into English
I’ve added an html-code (only google-machine):
translate good German to bad English

2011 möchte ich einmal das traffic- und feedback-Aufkommen vergleichen in den verschiedenen unterschiedlichen Netzwerken von wordpress und flickr, von youtube und amazon. Die communities von facebook, myspace, twitter, stayfriends etc. habe ich eh schon verlassen. Sie schienen mir nicht genau genug zugeschnitten zu sein, auf das, was ich entwickeln möchte. Nach 14 Tagen intensiv bei wordpress (durch die Aktion postaday2011) verblasst auf einmal verblüffenderweise das Interesse an youtube und flickr. Die Gitarre wird nicht mehr so häufig zur Hand genommen und schon mal gar nicht mehr der Foto-Apparat (positiv: weniger Benzin-Rechnungen für Sight-seeing-Auto-Fahrten). Auf der Gitarre bin ich sicherlich nicht so kreativ wie beim Schreiben. Und den täglichen Druck, der sich bei Flickr aufbaut, immer wieder ein neues Foto geschossen zu haben, kommt mir allmählich richtig unnatürlich und gekünstelt vor. Natürlich ist für mich, morgens von 5 bis 7, dann, wenn alles noch still ist, zu schreiben. Natürlich wie essen, trinken, schlafen. So natürlich wie für andere Leute das Werfen mit Schneebällen (schrieb mein Lieblingsschriftsteller Georg C. Lichtenberg in seine Sudelbücher). Ich glaube, wordpress hat das Wettrennen gewonnen. Egal wie die traffic statistics, das feedback-Aufkommen, die Kommentar-Quantität ausfallen. Gewonnen, weil mir Schreiben aus der Seele entspringt ohne große Selbstverformung und ohne jeden Aufgaben-Zwang. Es macht mir einfach Spaß. So wie früher das Lesen der “Streiflichter” in der Süddeutschen Zeitung, München.

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21 responses to “postaday2011

  1. Good luck back to you too 🙂

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  2. mia1984

    Good luck with it. I was planning on doing this on a weekly basis but I changed my mind and I don’t know whether I can do it anymore.

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  3. Hi there,
    Actually, it was quite difficult to find this page so you might want to look into how to make your blog distinctly separate from your Flickr account. When I clicked on the link you left on my blog, it took me to your Flickr account not to this blog. Flickr has a completely different format and login — we must login to leave comments on Flickr accounts and there was no blog there. 🙂
    Hope this helps! I have subscribed and hopefully that would make a difference, but please keep my tip in mind as other bloggers might have the same difficulty. 🙂
    Best wishes,
    Elizabeth

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  4. Hi!

    Thanks for your comments! It’s been very encouraging!
    Good luck with posting everyday throughout 2011 as well.
    Also, I clicked on your Greek Island photos and they look amazing – makes me dream about it!!

    pinkles

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  5. yes we loved to visit the isle Santorini

    Santorini slide show with music

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  6. Looked through your blog…it’s fascinating! Great photos, and the language? Well look…you’ve provided translation! It’s excellent blog.

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  7. discussing, if we all need the topics suggested by the postaday2011 I answered at
    http://fgm2r.wordpress.com/2011/01/24/why-i-dont-get-much-out-of-the-wordpress-com-daily-post-blog/#comment-10
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    no, the topic, theme was not from the dailypost-motivators – but the design, the software, the network: this campaign motivated me to forget my flickr or youtube websites. now I am concentrated on writing. I do not need their ideas what to write about. I am a philosopher. There are enough ideas when I wake up early in the morning. But they helped me much with their web-design, link-software, optimism. Maybe there is too much enthusiasm in their statements – but we are not forced to follow the romanticism of self-description. We can write about politics, not personal experiences …
    for example about
    https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2011/01/23/information-wars/
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  9. my amazon book review
    MY DAILY LESSON
    http://www.amazon.com/review/R2FEOJPZJLA9RR/ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm
    I like Jason’s book very much, because it is a great support for me, developing my capabilities as a writer (I’ve written a book about THE PERSEVERANCE OF THE PHILOSOPHERS), as a guitarist (I’ve been amused, when I read, that Jason actually now is trying to learn violin) and as a photographer (visit my daily BLOG “EXISTENTIALISM at frizztext, flickr community). Fourth his daily lessons are a good training program for foreigners (I’m German) to practice English!

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  11. related:
    http://kwheft.wordpress.com/2011/02/25/wie-wichtig-ist-geld-%E2%80%93-viel-geld/#comment-416
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    … den Michael Holzach hab ich auch gelesen. Hat mich durchaus beeinflusst.
    Danke für den Hinweis auf die Maslowsche Bedürfnis-Pyramide.
    Hat mich in jungen Jahren beeinflusst, die Hoffnung auf die höchste Stufe, Selbstverwirklichung, nicht aufzugeben,
    auch wenn sie im Berufsleben zunächst unterzugehen droht.

    Selbstverwirklichung
    Individualbedürfnisse
    Soziale Bedürfnisse
    Sicherheit
    Physiologische Bedürfnisse

    jetzt im Alter kann ich als Blogger endlich machen, was ich als Selbstverwirklichung erlebe. Ich finde natürlich, man sollte schon früher die Chancen wahrnehmen, damit anzufangen …
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    P.S.:
    ich freue mich, dass ich heute auf einer US-Seite vorgestellt worden bin.
    Hat alles nichts mit Geld zu tun, ist aber trotzdem schön …
    http://eof737.wordpress.com/2011/02/24/featured-blogger-dietmar-fritze-philosopher-photographer-musician-more/
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