blogging gobbledygook and such

Do you like the look and content of your blog?
Silly question. If don’t like it, would be changing it to one that like. So of course like the look!

But content-wise, do wish could write better and on more thoughtful topics.

Does your family know about your blog?
A big fat NO. The whole point of this blog is to rant or rave (in a good sense) about them in private, with no repercussions (that is, should the blog remain unknown to them).

Can you tell your friends about your blog?
Again, a big fat NO. The whole other point of this blog is to rant or rave about them in private with no repercussions whatsoever. So far, so good.

Do you just read the blogs of those who comment on your blog?
Make it a point to read blogs by self’s commenters, though sometimes am not intrinsically interested in the content. Do try to reciprocate comments-wise too. But also read other blogs, like blogs whose bloggers do not reply to self’s comments, but only if they’re really entertaining.

Does your blog positively affect your mind?
DUH. Nobody blogs if it affects them negatively. That’s why we have all these poor blorphans (blog orphans).

What does the number of visitors to your blog mean?
That have a regular set of readers who are actually interested in what have to say, amazingly!

Do you imagine what other bloggers look like?
Of course. Those who do not slap their pictures or are not natural camwhores really fire self’s imagination. Mostly imagine them to be really good-looking because their blogging’s good.

Do you think blogging has any real benefits?
LIKE DUH!!! Release stress, provide friends, keeps company… it can save the most suicidal of people if they release themselves to the power of blogging.

Do you think that the blogosphere is a stand alone community separated from the real world?
To an extent, yes. It is where a lot of real things are being written, told and shown but yet it is unreal because we’re so far away and disconnected to such things.

Do some political blogs scare you? Do you avoid them?
Yes, yes.

Do you think criticizing your blog is useful?
In a constructive manner, yes. May not take to it immediately, but might improve self as go on blogging through time.

Have you ever thought what would happen to your blog if you died?
Right, this will stand as will should self die: Will bequeath blog to… Oh God, there really is no one in life who has the capacity and discipline to update blog. Oh well, if don’t update it for more than a month, you’ll know am dead. For real.

Which blogger has had the greatest impression on you?
None. Do not have a particularly blogger that look up to as a role model.

Which blogger do you think is the most similar to you?
No brainer, it’s lovelyloey. She’s the same age, she’s studying English, she likes reading, she takes pride in ranting, she’s a francophile like self, she writes about things self go through quite uncannily sometimes. That’s why when you hover over her link in self’s blogroll, the description reads as the singaporean version of self.

Name a song you want to listen to.
So irrelevant! Umm, Jaclyn Victor’s Gemilang. Hehe, perfect opportunity to plug one of Malaysia’s best singers. She’s the first Malaysian Idol, by the way. If you can, try to download this song by her, you’ll be blown away by her vocals. Better still, get the version where she sang this song live during the Malaysian Idol final. Was there in Genting Highlands where the final was held, when she sang this song for the first time… it truly was afuckingmazing.

Please link back if you do this, thanks!

Comments on: "You like memes, don’t you?" (3)

  1. Some of these questions are a bit silly, but I think it’s interesting to consider why we blog. I particularly like your answer to the question about the number of readers you have. I’m continually amazed that people want to read the missives of others. I suppose we’re all voyeuristic on some level.

    sulz: ah well, silly questions are pretty much integral to the concept of memes! thank you, am sure you’re amazed at the stats of your own blog too. 😉 oh, voyeuristic doesn’t even begin to describe me sometimes.

  2. lovelyloey said:

    Heh.
    Oh, some of these questions sound like they came out of a student’s survey on blogging . Haha.

    sulz: speaking of which, did you get selected to participate in this blogging survey by undergraduates of ntu?

  3. […] Kapo-ed this from Sulz. […]

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