Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Only the Lonely Write Blogs

to all my lawyer, architect, artist, university professor blogging friends:

Thus spake the professor of Calgary University, Michael Keren:
Bloggers think of themselves as rebels against mainstream society, but that rebellion is mostly confined to cyberspace, which makes blogging as melancholic and illusionary as Don Quixote tilting at windmills,"

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naj said...

Well I do have a comment on this post myself. I do think blogging without action is useless. I advocate against pure cyper-activism; and I do believe people have to put their money where their mouth (or e-mouth) is.

homeyra said...

Apart from all that can be applied to any other human activity -you can isolate yourself in your office, your kitchen or both
Virtual relationships are maybe supposed to become the real thing, if not at least a complement to it!
It is definitely a new tool to project the intricacy of our own minds, asking to be disturb by random visitors from the 4 corners of the world.
Battle with ourself, battle for a cause ... or a warm blanket against all of the above.
Same choices as anywhere else.