When we walk down the street our thoughts are constantly streaming through our minds. We are making mental notes on what we think, and what we feel at that current moment. We might be giving opinions on what someone was wearing, or the other nonverbal cues that someone was making when they passed us by.
Yet when we were in our pre-teen years, and into our teenager years, blogging was a way that let our emotions out, our angers out about what we thought was dramatic at the time. If it wasn’t the “drama” then it was instead our personal disappointments with ourselves. This is what blogging was all about when we were in our ripe age of 11-15 years old.
Beyond the teen years and on into the young adult age, blogging has become a way to make means for ourselves. Nowadays celebrities have blogs updating the common people on their lives, photogs have blogs about what the celebrities are doing and what they are writing about in their blogs. Blogs exist to ultimately create jobs and make some type of profit for our society these days.
There are hundreds and thousands of blogging websites that facilitate weblogging these days. Companies nowadays thrive on social networking sites whether it is through Twitter, Facebook, social or corporate blogging. Blogging is used to scream out loud to the world hoping that someone will hear, listen and respond.
Who would have known that blogging would make so much of an impact on today’s web based society. Blogging was pre-Twitter, pre-Facebook, and Myspace. It allows us to leave our personal opinions in some public place, it allows us to write a raving book or movie review available for instant access. Blogging even allows free advertisement for any single person or some thriving company.
Writing down a few words qualifies as a blog. Writing thoughts is a blogging masterpiece.