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Thanks Cindy, it is nice to receive comments indee...

2006-02-28T11:41:00.000+01:00

Thanks Cindy, it is nice to receive comments indeed, for a blogger. On the other hand, I never know where to respond, HERE, by e-mail or in a new post. Somehow blogs are not very conversational.



Hello Joitske:Unfortunately the GVO wiki is subjec...

2006-02-27T20:43:00.000+01:00

Hello Joitske:

Unfortunately the GVO wiki is subject to vandalism -- but a few of us patrol and turn it back ... annoying isn't it?

Thanks for pointing out ORE's project.



I just clicked on the wiki from Global Voice, skim...

2006-02-24T22:26:00.000+01:00

I just clicked on the wiki from Global Voice, skimmed along just to have a feel of what the wiki is about. Interestingly, language came up again.

Language is my pet topic for quite many year. And language to me is the greatest divivde between people. Even if one is speaking the same language, the kind of environment one grew up would dictate our presentation of the language, and our interpretation of the language presented to us.

One of the major reasons why I commented on blogs is not because I want to show-off how much I know nor how good I can write, truely is to show the blogger/writter his/her blog is being read and appreciated. We all need encouragement. Blogging is a tedious and lonely affair. It is in a way like hitting 'air' but not sure where 'air' is. Therefore do not be stingy to give some words of encouragement to blogs that you enjoy reading.

In turn, bloggers have to be careful to make sure they monitor and response to messages posted on their blogs. This I think are some key skill of online facilitation: keeping the conversation going, finding out what the others are thinking, 'listen' to those unspoken words, making the readers (audience) feel welcome and want to stay ...