Audaces fortuna juvat

Working towards my dream

Reflection: Still Afraid of Posting

Posted by C Moon on February 11, 2008

It has been about six months since my AP Literature class started this visionary blogging project. It was a new experience to me, as I never planned to broadcast myself through the Internet (though I knew what blogging was). Up to now, (694 + 214) people read my blog and some of them left comments. I am not sure whether this is a success or not, but thus far, I am quite contented with what I have achieved.

Before writing this reflection, I went back and watched the video clip that I posted after the first month of blogging. As the subtitle of my blog says, my theme was to show the process of “Working towards my dream.” I still hold that goal, and am trying to share my opinions and interests with people. The blogging project has helped me actually start experimenting on what I thought would be interesting but might take a lot of time.

Blogging is a powerful tool since people are connected with others whom they even did not have a chance to meet. However, the challenging part for me, from the very start of this project, has been my deliberation in making my works public. I write many preliminary posts, spend time in editing them, and post only some of them. Since the posts are published with my name, I try to publish only the works that meet some standard and represent me well. I am not quite sure whether my practice is good or bad, but I will continue for quite a more while.

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Photo Credits: “small world” by bass_nroll on Flickr

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