My favorite thing about weblogs is the fact that we are having fun while learning and how we can tell how we feel about anything.
2.What will you do with what you have learned?
In the future I plan to become a journalist and I would funnel all of my knowledge into that.
3.What has been the most challenging or frustrating thing in weblogs? How have you met the challenge or overcome the frustration?
The most frustrating thing has been forgetting to copy your writing because as we all know sometimes the internet is out to get you.
4.Do you feel more confident about any of your skills: Computer? Writing?Reading Critical thinking? Explain.
Definitintely Computer. I have learned soooooo much about the internet and weblogs one thing is how to ad links and also how to put in pictures.
5.Do you ever find yourself helping others? How does that feel .Is this a new role for you or not?
Yes. I help people all the time and it makes you feel older and builds your responsibility.
6.What skills that you have now that you didn't have are most valuble to you and why?
I now can write great and powerful stories.
7. In what ways have you become a better writer?
I can now write clear and flowing stories and now I can write descent lead-ins.
8.What did you think of the GA-NJ connection?
It was an interesting and informring program.
9.Did you tell anyone about your weblog? Did others read your weblog?How does it affect how you write?
Yes, I told others and they responded and it makes you write better because you know there is an audience reading everything you type.
10.Which response that you got from someone who made a comment about what you wrote did you like best? Why?
Well one day I got a response from Kelly and Alexa (Ga- NJ connection) saying my writing was excellent. This made me very happy because I was afraid that they would criticize my writing and they actually liked it. I was so proud of it and I've never forgot it.