What was it that made you create your blog? On what date did you start it?
I blog primarily about my experiences in the virtual world known as Second Life (although real life creeps in).
I initially began the blog to document my personal growth within the world and to provide a voice that is (I hope) more mature and not devoted to fashion.
I began the blog in February, 2008
I wanted to do product reviews and be involved with other moms. I started it in March of 2010.
Albotas.com was launched on February 27, 2007 as a t-shirt company. We intended to fuse our love for pop culture, street art, and exceptional design into a full-fledged lifestyle brand. To stand out from the massive crowd of online t-shirt companies, we decided to make the front page of our a site a news blog where we could share cool stories we found across the Internet.
As it turns out, those news stories started to become very popular and land on the front pages of sites like Digg.com and Reddit.com, so we ditched the t-shirt side and focused on delivering cool news.
A friend talked me into starting a blog, I really didn't know what direction I would take it or even if I would keep it up, but it has been 3 years now and my blog is still going strong
I wanted to share my travels and pictures. I also wanted to do product reviews for goods, ideas, services, hotels, travel and places.
I started in October 2010
I have little else to do, here in my drawer. I began tweeting in July of 2009. It has not changed my life but it does give me something to do besides contemplating the circular coffee stains on my pages.
I started this blog on May 2011 to fuel my interest on computer hardware news. But on 1 Jan 2013 I overhauled this blog with reviews, tutorials and Beginner's guide just to educate every possible Indian about computer. This blog is aimed at helping every Indians who are struggling or going to struggle, when they buy a new computer or computer component
I've been passionate about gardening for 5 years now and since I teach and consult with others, I thought it would be fun to talk about it online. Plus, it's a little bit of advertising for my business.
I love traveling. I love Thailand. So I created my Thailand Travel blog. It's simple :)
I started blogging in 2009 primarily because of the release of the Open Government Memo by President Obama, but also because of some family issues that I wanted to share with a broader audience since I did not know how to resolve them alone. I initially viewed it as a forum for expressing my own challenges in the language of OpenGov, leveraging the processes and tools that were available to me at the time and the magnetizing effect of social media to attract solutions. I think it was this personal touch that made it so popular; it's not simply a dry record of laws, documents and software, but rather a timeline showing the snowball effect of my words and posts on others with similar issues and interests. In addition, there is something unexpected about my conclusions, which often counter long held beliefs deeply ingrained in the consciousness of Americans over decades and across generations. The fact that it has become a valuable resource to the international OpenGov community is thrilling to me, with the new resources (docs, youtubes, s/w, etc.) that are being produced surpassing the originals. I add new links and media as they become available, so that the content remains fresh and timely. My blog is a constant work-in-progress, and the new posts are largely spontaneous and unplanned, and are based on what I feel is the most compelling issue or story of the day.
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