發文作者:c.w. | 四月 18, 2005

what you can tell from a blog

Really surprised to know there are really people reading my stuff here. They could guess your condition just by constantly reading your entries, from

1. frenqencies

“you must been busy lately. I didn’t see you write anymore." What a nice greeting from a previous colleague.

2. To be or not to be

“Here’s my blog." “Oh, did you quit your job?"

Most deskworkers hate to see a flat flickering plate when they finally could get rid of them for a night. Do they blog at home? They prefer another flickering machine: TV better. If a friend pass you a link saying he/she’s having a new blog, either the person is quitting, or they are too bored at work.

3. oversentimentality

“Hey, how’s you doing with your new “friend"?"

This happend when one of my friends saw my sentimental wining all over my entries. Some of them left a comment to show their sympathy. It’s a public gesture showing they are good people who touched by your stories. More like a hug you could expect at any ceremonies…The anonymous shy public often pass you a messsage, which I personally apprieciate more.

All these three mis-en-scene happened last week, on line.


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