November 4, 2005

Blah…to Mysore Blog

In an effort to evolve a Mysore-centric blog group that could synergies with www.mymysore.com I called/e-mailed friends and contacts. The response was enthusiastic from a few, notably journalist Mr Krishna Vattam, who said he could think of five or six pieces right away for posting. The snag, however, was his utter computer ignorance. But then he is willing to learn. Till which time, his blog pieces are held on hold in his head.
The last I heard was that Mr Vattam is undergoing e-learning crash course from his school-going grandson. After a lesson on how to work the mouse, cursor and the keyboard all that it takes for one to blog is an alert mind, an engaging interest in the life around you, and Internet connectivity. So I thought, till I had these reactions:
- What’s the point in blogging? And who cares for what I have to say?
- Wouldn’t want to step on someone’s toes, by saying something that triggers controversy.
- I can’t think of an issue to write about
- Too many things on my plate to find time for blogging.
- No one comments on what is blogged (this, from a blogger)
- Came to Mysore, seeking a quiet life, with my books and music. Don’t ask me to blog.

1 comment:

Damien Ashtaroth said...

What’s the point in blogging? And who cares for what I have to say?

There isn't one, and no one is obliged to care.

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Wouldn’t want to step on someone’s toes, by saying something that triggers controversy.

There's always smalltalk about the weather and the trains being late again. From what I've seen, most blogs are utter nonsense. That doesn't mean ALL blogs are nonsensical or that no one will pay attention. If attention is what you really crave, please contact URA.

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I can’t think of an issue to write about.

You're not obliged to write/update on a daily, weekly, or even regularly.

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Too many things on my plate to find time for blogging.

Again, no moral obligation.

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No one comments on what is blogged. (this, from a blogger)

No, this from some sort of reverse voyeur, an e-exhibitionist, perhaps.

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Came to Mysore, seeking a quiet life, with my books and music. Don’t ask me to blog.

We're glad to have you here.