My Random Blogging

The reason I chose to random blog was because I’m one of those people who believe in fore-thinking before an after-thought, which might; as a higher reasoning to my existence, gave my blogging its context, and meaningful purpose, even at this rate of speed, as my righteous endeavour as an OU student.

And recently I read an article on this issue:

WEBLINK ARTICLE:
Haste, Scorned: Blogging at a Snail’s Pace

CITATION: “….A Slow Blog Manifesto, written in 2006 by Todd Sieling, a technology consultant from Vancouver, British Columbia, laid out the movement’s tenets. “Slow Blogging is a rejection of immediacy,” he wrote. “It is an affirmation that not all things worth reading are written quickly.” (Nor, because of a lack of traffic, is Mr. Sieling writing this blog at all these days.) Ms. Ganley, who recently left her job as a writing instructor at Middlebury College, compares slow blogging to meditation. It’s “being quiet for a moment before you write,” she said, “and not having what you write be the first thing that comes out of your head.’…”

Reference:

SHARON OTTERMAN, (2008), ‘Haste, Scorned: Blogging at a Snail’s Pace’ , Fashion & Style Section, The New York Times online newspaper, [accessed 23rd November 2008]

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