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5-31-2008 @ 1:52PM
I think its really an extension of this 'MMORPG culture' that they like to log us under. But to a certain extent, it is true...its a nature of communication, and in that blogging stirs the interest of peeps and gets the talking, often with each other.Its all about relation, in my book (and i mean the simple desire of humankind to interrelate with one another.)Since online interaction fills a gap in this area, blogs are simply a way to continue this, in an individualistic and directional fashion. I see it as people who are part of the culture, who are instigators by nature (both good and bad instigation :D ). Some peeps prefer to simply get involved in conversations, some peeps like to start them, simple as that :)
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