Sexist and Culturally Imperialist Lome, Togo West Africa Friday, June 29, 2007
I read two emails this morning from people with intriguing combinations of interesting and intriguing combinations of words before I started to type,
First Email: Template Format Message Format
Second Email: Photo Censorship Sexist Culturally Imperialist
I can see I think and focus on the more recent thoughts, therefore I will then go write in my journal about them. I suppose if I get angry or frustrated I will over emphasis the importance of something to me.
The First Email about Template Format and Message Format is more about business and website design; therefore, I will post away in the help center on this subject. The Second Email is about policy adopted in Venezuela about the January 2000 or maybe seven years ago and really a re-hash of an extremely old topic.
HOWEVER… I think there is a need for try to remember the difference between a Journal and a Blog post. A personal journal or diary is normally assumed private, while a blog post is public.
I do not edit or think much when I type, I somewhat free flow typing into the computer and I am tying to help myself, and sometimes a desire to help others along the path. Often a photo here and there to make my Mother and Father happy and to make readers happy so I make more money. I will also choose better SEO titles that will also make me more money.
To be happy is my goal, to earn enough money to travel is a goal and to write in my journal, whereby I can clarify my thoughts as I take abstract ideas and transform them into words that semi-demands consistency and clarity.
I enjoy the game of life, and laugh at myself more than I take myself serious. I was thinking and laughing to myself.
The title - Photo Censorship Sexist Culturally Imperialist - Is a maybe 100 times more interesting than a title that would say, - Template Format vs. Message Format -
Controversy, anger and lies makes more money than the boring, truthful and real words of daily life. I on the other hand try to squash, censor and stop arguments on the site, however try to provoke thought.
I admit to myself, I play too much, I am not serious and many readers are too serious, therefore they want me to have an agenda. I am supposed to be talking at something and wear a hat.
Today I am Traveler Expert, or Canadian Traveller Expert. (Sorry, I am from the USA and was playing.) Today I am anti-USA. Tomorrow I am pro-USA. I am 100 percent in Favor of the Peace Corps, therefore, I am not suppose to complain…
Ok, there is a problem, which is starting to beg a solution. I have a few consideration or aspects of me typing in my diary.
2. Tips that I think are important, however only to a very small group of people. Example of a post yesterday about WIFI in the Bellview Hotel here in Lome. http://www.hobotraveler.com/helpcenter/question/wifi-in-lome-togo-hotel-bellview.php
Introspection is a form of self-Editing. I introspect I introspect about my blog. Therefore, I edit my blog
I try to fix some grammar, spelling, and lack of clarity problems, and I learn how to write so I could write a book.
I collect a lot of information, I must this is what a website does, it take information and tries to process, package, and present to readers in a format they enjoy.
I do a lot of what if thinking or speculation on subject and this type of thinking annoys the mass of casual readers.
Ok, I will try to formulate a plan for my website, I will try to figure out where and how to blog for the maximum enjoyment of readers and myself. I will give myself a pep talk here, I will try to steer my random typing towards areas that are more specialized.
I am thinking, I post about a 7-1 ratio of comments or blog-like post in the Help Center and one to the blog. We just implemented a way for a reader to make a comment in the Help Center, so that area has interactive blog features now.
I love to make the world complicated for myself; it keeps my over-active brain from getting bored.
Note, I will remind myself not to behave and be predictable.