發文作者:c.w. | 七月 8, 2005

Londonist

Recently found out this. Interestingly it started to add in my daily cyber routine. It comes after me and my friend’s web “notebook," (we are keeping it since the very first day of high school), hellouk, then Londonist.

There’s no geographical differences in internet is only a myth. What you read, where you put on your message, which format you feel most comfortably using all related to your gender, education, occupation, friends you know, community you think you belong, etc. My country fellow “love" (yes, they love to blog) getting together here. But if you are more “Chinese," you may read this (I should really get enrolled in a sociology program writing a thesis about internet phenomenon.) And, it seem there are lots of mainland (or we should follow brits to say continental) Chinese using LiveJournal, but I haven’t come across anyone in Taiwan using it.

It’s a party, you have to know which party you join to meet people you really want to meet. They only go to a certain places through their connections. Virtual or in our daily lives, they exist.

Erh, I said I don’t want to disclose any personal details, but people who can read still can tell. Nevermind. At least today I felt a lot happier to talk whatever in my mind here.

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