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New to blogging?
Want to peek at someone else's diary? Wonder what memes are hot today? Hate the mass media, but wonder why?
Weblogs make public what used to be private--mutters, whines, rants, complaints taking off from sites seen, and personal angst.
Bloggers use the Web to define themselves. They use links to triumph over the blank page, discovering weird gold out on the Internet, commenting, keeping the discussion going.
Bloggers expand their sites-and their email-- by revealing their personal ideas, feelings, and lives. The problem is: how much do you get out of a blog?
At first, when blogging was young, we accepted almost any drivel as self expression. Now that there are hundreds of thousands of blogs out there, we have to ask ourselves some tough questions.
If you're new to blogging, and want to explore some weblogs, try these for starters:
Blogs by Women
Purse Lips Square Jaw
Here are blogs from some of the folks who make the Web an exciting symposium.
Christopher Locke (Rageboy)
For Background on blogging
If you want to find out how some people create weblogs, or if you just want to get a little of the thinking behind this popular movement, these sites help.
Writing that Works!