So most people who read this post are what I’d like to call bloggers. I think it’s actually a pretty cool title. It’s something relatively new. I have to admit that I’m impressed by bloggers such as Scrivs , Pinch of Yum, Martin Lewis, Isabella. These all started out a while ago. I remember starting to follow Pinch of Yum a few years ago but initially on Pinterest. For me, I still like Twitter and Pinterest to work with and to publish what I write. Just like a lot of things, I do believe we live through different cycles. I’m not sure for example that Facebook will continue to be as popular as it was initially- do you? I think there has been a bit too much controversy surrounding them lately. Don’t get me wrong, I like Facebook and use it- mostly to be able to stay in touch with friends and family. Silicon Valley is also an interesting area with many interesting people and organisations. I don’t think there are any equivalent areas such as SV elsewhere- do you? There are so many Applications and tools to use now as a blogger. Part of me wish I had more time to learn about them all! Now… ideally. But to some extent I also enjoy this slower learning curve and that the development of this blog is entirely up to… me… ! I’ve said it before but I truly believe that when it comes to blogging there are no limits to what you can achieve. It all depends on what you want out of it and also what you put into it. It is very fascinating however that we can all share stories in this manner and make a difference, express ourselves, influence, sell and many more things. The first blogger started in 1994 and created a site called Links.net. I actually believe that this blogging phenomenon is here to stay and so are we bloggers.
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Yup! We are here to stay.
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