When it comes to blogging, there’s one site that always comes to mind: Blogger. My earliest blogs were hosted there with a blogspot address. Believe it or not, Blogger is still around, but it seems to have languished under Google’s passive watch. In fact, I’m surprised it has not already ended up in the Google graveyard, outliving even Google+. So what’s up with Blogger?
Can anyone who blogs call themself a blogger? Seems like a dumb question, but I guess it depends on what the definition of blogger is. To oversimplify - one who blogs. Is it that simple? Because that would be too easy, right?
Jason Journals has arrived at its 2nd anniversary! Yeah! It only took two years to get here! [...crickets...] While I wish I blogged regularly during the past two years, I have no genie in a bottle to help me out.
If you've ever blogged, then you know there are super choices when it comes to themes. The design of a theme is a big deal because your blog must look like the-best-blog-ever...
One of my favorite blogs is Study Hacks by Cal Newport. After reading his latest post, "On Blogs in the Social Media Age," I was sparked. He makes an interesting distinction between the blogosphere and social media today. The Blogosphere Survives Newport's blog post title itself is noteworthy. Blogs do still exist in the social... Continue Reading →
This is my first post on this blog! And since I don't know if I should just jump right in with an article or not, I’ll just make this sort of a meta-post; let's say introductory. I’ll keep it short since most of this kind of info is found on my About page. Blogging Guess... Continue Reading →