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My Expression of Web 2.0

I really love writing so I always spend sometime to write in my diary and I have never thought to post my journal through online but now I have started part of my journeys by writing the articles on PulseWire which I found it by chance while I was searching my assignment related with World’s Education then I found PusleWire and I felt so excited that it brought my life brighter. Since I joined PulseWire, I have met many new friends who always give me with the warm encouragement and I have learned from them alot how to improve myself so it can prove that PulseWire is a closed connection with the Web 2.0. Moreover, I can write and post my journal whatever I want without thinking other mistakes relate with my English grammar and so on.

Web 2.0 excites me much with the key to unleashing global networking and enhancing empowerment of women in the planet, solves the problem, gets information and exchanges views. At first, I know nothing about it at all but now I feel so confident to post my story or give my voice because I’m hopefully sure that I can learn and get experien ce with people around the corners with the different cultures, languages, professionals, skin colors, religions and many things else more. Specially, Web 2.0 is a unique opportunity for me to connect with grassroots women leaders from around the globe. This platform has brought a lot of new and great things to get the world out. I've noticed for a while that the stories I read on individual people's stories are as good as or better than the stories I read in newspapers, books and magazines because when she posts her story, she may get many comments back with the nice solution, encouragements and inspirations without taking time to respond.

I think Web 2.0 is like a world where we can live together even we live far apart but it keeps us near each other and seems You and I are alive at this moment that we can try together to help the world be the change and make it in a difference. Women’s voices are profoundly expressed as they need to be in heartfelt stories of inspiration, visions shared and obstacles overcome. Through web 2.0, I have had access to series of researches and write ups on diverse topics that are helping me in my own way to voice out. Moreover, it helps me to share my inner thought and stories to be heard and it empowers me much with what I have written as I get back many encouragements with the inspired comments from the other women.

My expression of Web 2.0 is so wide and it is really the successor to the women potential movement, it leads me to see a cyber world with the inspired of powerful things around the world that I have never thought I have a chance to learn from them and my stories are also heard worldwide. It is a wonderful thing for me to meet strong and powerful women who are working very hard to make this world a peaceful and happy place. I totally feel more confident in my use of Web 2.0 to be able to cope with the rapidly changing the world with the personal development, including increased self-awareness, confidence, and empowered leadership.

Comments

Ruun Abdi's picture

Dear Sarvina

Your article is wonderful, keep it up ma dear.

Warmest regards.
Maria

Sarvina's picture

Thanks my dear!

Hi Maryan!

Thanks so much for your nice comment!!! Have a nice day!

Loves,
Sarvina

Regards,

Sarvina from Cambodia
VOF 2011 Correspondent

Aida Dervishi's picture

Dear Sarvina, grammar

Dear Sarvina,

grammar mistakes are correctable plus this is how we get empowered from learnig and sharing our experiences!
Practice makes it perfect :)

Sarvina's picture

Thanks so much dear!

Hi Aida,

Thanks so much for taking time to read my article and your lovely comment! Practice makes it perfect....I will do remember this quote, it seems inspire me much to try the best to get my goal.

With all my loves,
Sarvina

Regards,

Sarvina from Cambodia
VOF 2011 Correspondent

Noriah Ismail's picture

love your determination!

Great Post!

It's great that you love to write and it shows in this post. Not being very proficient in writing in English should not be an excuse for not voicing one's strong and important message - like what you just did-regarding the importance of Web 2.0 and how it provides great opportunities to wonderful women like you and others who strive to serve others!

Dr.Noriah Ismail
Senior Lecturer
Academy of Language Studies
UiTM Segamat Johor
Malaysia

Sarvina's picture

Hi Noriah! Thanks so much for

Hi Noriah!

Thanks so much for taking time to read my article and writing me a comment! Yeah writing is my favorite thing and whenever i'm free from work and study, I always spend my leisure time to write.....but I have never posted my writing like this. It is the first time that i post my article on PulseWire.

Regards,
Sarvina

Regards,

Sarvina from Cambodia
VOF 2011 Correspondent

Lisa T's picture

Comments

Hi Sarvina,
I enjoyed reading your post. Your energy and excitement about Web 2.0 comes through very clear. I think you have a great introduction, sharing how Web 2.0 is exciting for you. You do a good job of sharing your experience, especially how Web 2.0 has made your life "brighter" and that you feel free to write without judgment. You also do a good job of pointing out how other women's stories are inspiring to you. I am curious about what kind of stories you find most inspiring. Also, you mention that you have found diverse topics that interest you. I think you can add more details about the specific topics you are most excited about. I was left wondering about that. I think you do a good job of telling how Web 2.0 empowers you. How do you see Web 2.0 continuing to empower you and what issues do you hope to write about?

I look forward to reading more of your posts!
-Lisa

Sarvina's picture

Hi Lisa!, Thanks so much for

Hi Lisa!,

Thanks so much for your inspired comment! I'm so grateful for the criticism that makes me get some points to develop my writing and know about my lacking detail of the specific stories which excite me in this article.

I'm so happy to get your comment and Thanks again for taking time to read my post & giving such a wonderful inspired comment!

Thanks & Regards,
Sarvina

Regards,

Sarvina from Cambodia
VOF 2011 Correspondent

Carri Pence's picture

You have been such a strong

You have been such a strong voice and a positive force here on PulseWire, where you bring a great sense of understanding and hope to the PulseWire community. I love how you stated that the internet gives us self awareness. I believe it gives us self awareness not because we learn tons about ourselves but we learn about other people, helping us reflect others goals and dreams to our needs and hopes. I am so excited that you are a part of the VOF and I continually look forward from hearing more from you.

-Carri Pence

Sarvina's picture

Dear Carri, Thanks so much

Dear Carri,

Thanks so much for your nice comment! It encourages me much to stand and be strong to post my article more. Of course internet gives me self awareness because I can learn from other people and develop myself either so I hope I can get my dream.

Thanks & Regards,
Sarvina

Regards,

Sarvina from Cambodia
VOF 2011 Correspondent

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