I find when searching an interest on the Internet, through “tags” or “google” that I keep coming up with the superficial instead of in-depth stories. Bullets and lists disturb me. I miss the musings of a subject.
Andre Santos, says in his post, “We’re now more aware of everything happening around us, but less aware of the context surrounding it.”
I had returned to college Spring 2010 after taking many years off from academia to find my courses Blogging. I was astonished to be given a ten-page assignment that by the end of the course would need to be cut down to six short posts: bulleted and linked so as not to bore the reader.
I was to follow the instruction to insert images for the purpose of carrying the reader’s eye. In the Sociology of Food, an exploration into family’s taking responsibility for their obesity, I believe the topic far outweighed (no pun intended) the images of people stuffing their faces. I find images like much of life, requires balance.
I enjoy writing, reading, and learning. I come to the buffet table, (WordPress posts) in search of substance, I subscribe to the dishes I like, I eat off the menu, and I seek new dishes to add.
If you visit my blog because we have common interest please click like or comment, as I’d be interested in exploring your blog as a means to expand my menu. I need to know who my readers are in order to do so. Today I added “Read more… ” with my WordPress link on my Gravatar. I did this after clicking on a Gravatar that mentioned interest of my own. But although I tried to find this blogger, I was unsuccessful. I made this addition as to be more easily accessible to someone looking to find my site.
Just some food for thought.