The Post about Post… or whatever

Ha! This post is about blog post. I’ve surfed the web and read various blogs this past week and tried to compare trends. How often do you post? Who does your blog speak to? What is the purpose of the blog? I also paid attention to how blogs are promoted on social media. What the hell is the difference between a blog and a website? Most people DO blog about their expertise and many promote a product, so what’s the difference?

With my many questions came many answers. These answers would really stem from the blogger, as I can’t speak for the Bloggerverse as a whole.

So what are my views on blogging? I’m sofaking glad you asked. I think blogging is an excellent way to express yourself and be as long winded as need be. In reading many blogs I often wonder, “where is this person sitting while typing this?” Have you ever read a blog post that made you feel like a chapter from an ebook was about to unfold? Why blog? What makes blogging so popular? I’m actually thrilled that so many people have taken to blogging as the possibilities are endless. I now have found tech podcast and wellness products just from blogs and bloggers who blog about their area of expertise. The possibilites are endless.

I personally blog because I get ALOT of underground music and I like to share it with you guys. My interest are everywhere, so if I find something random that I think you’ll enjoy, I post. what are your thoughts on blogging and bloggers? Why do you blog? Lets post about posting.

 

Article: Relive the nightmare of an old-school computer virus at the new Malware museum

I’ve spent the last few years fighting different viruses on different computers. One of the many joys of working at various radio stations is the number of people working on certain computers. People are often downloading files and transferring viruses without knowing. This article is from The Huffington Post and I’m intrigued at the idea of a Malware Museum. Check it out.

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