Sunday, July 25, 2010

Blogs are dead

Its official: blogs are dead. They are so 2003. No one read blogs, and the reason is, that you can read the same things in Facebook or twitter. Well, actually not the same stuff, cause you wouldn't write more than a couple of sentences in any of these pages, but people don't want to think more than a couple of catchy phrases per day. Who wants to read three paragraphs about the life changing experience that I had last week when I found a dog hunting a rabbit, when all the people who care about it, could read it from your status update in Facebook?

Moreover.. who wants to have to deal with these freaking chinese porn comments? Its been ca. 30 since April... I just dont feel like having to log-in once a day to erase these comments. Come on China, how come you censor everything, and you cannot keep these idiots out of my blog?

NO CHINESE PORN AFTER THIS POST, PLEASE!!!

10 comments:

惠桂刁惠桂刁惠桂刁 said...
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savda said...

I am looking forward to see your new post. thanks!
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Plamen Avramov said...

I think these social networks like facebook and twitter are just the place where you can make an announcement about your new article by giving a link to it.

Živilė said...

I totally agree with Plamen, you can advertise your blog on facebook

Tess said...

it's like aaron sorkin said on an interview, america's "glamorization of dumbness" is too prevalent. i think he also might have said "No more chinese porn!"

The Trooper said...

LOL...
our filter spam too, failed to stop somebody offering jobs in europe...
damn spammers

Out of Sync said...

You shouldn't care about if people are reading or how many comments you get, blogging should be personal, which it is to many people therefore blogs will never die =)

(lol at the fact you get chinese porn related comments. I have never seen that before haha!)

Marcelo said...

You are right, blogs will remain as long as there is something to be written about :)

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