People who put their thoughts up online are either attention whores or extremely brave. You should not be rude to them!
There are so many people today with online journals, or blogs. Although, before blogging and online publishing became popular, people used to write in their own personal journals or diaries. Was writing on paper better than typing your live into a virtual journal? I mean, putting your life online makes you vulnerable to your readers, whomever they may be. This can be positive because writing your daily struggles down aids you in your quest for self understanding or self discovery, but writing it online allows external sources to offer suggestions on how to solve your problems. On the other hand, making ourselves more vulnerable and unguarded to computer users may lead to cyber bullying.
This idea came about as I was reading through my own personal journal. I believe that this idea can also play into the issue of reality television and how we are way too connected in modern society.
And how he’s a minstrel figure… How did this never occur to me?
Mickey’s Steam Roller - 1934
This is me.
So… I decided to just be happy this year since it’s a lot better for my health. It’s been working out nicely. You should all try it out.