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I heard about this web 2.0 from my teacher. She told me about the goodwill of this web site, and she gave me the address of this web site. Therefore, I want to know what is going on in this web site. When I opened this web site, honestly, I never meet such kind of good web site like this before. This web site made me feel exited because it related to women’s information, and I want to do something that can help society.
It is honorable for me to join this web site. I am thank you for the person who set up this web address. It is really fascinating when I open the web page because there is lot information that contain in this web page. Most of information relate to women that is the most interesting for me because I can understand what is happening to women out of my country. I got new context and new ideas from this. This web page is really fun and excited.
I think according to this web page will bring a big solution to society, especially women around the world. Women can express their thought or new ideas for some solutions. For example, if some people experienced about the bad situation of women, and post on their journal; therefore, other people can see their experiences or some solution that they use to solve problems. We can follow. Moreover, the more we read about solution for different situation, and then we will get new ideas to solve problems that we face. Furthermore, readers will understand about women’s feeling according to this web page. However, it is not only solution that can post on this web page; we also post our problems that we are facing. Thus, when other people see, and they can see comment or suggestion to the owner problems. We can also expose our problems to other people and get feedback from them. It is really helpful because the more opinion, more effective way to solve the problems.
This web page empowers me because it contains a lot of information around the world that relate to women. When I read this web page, I saw there are a lot of women can do different thing to solve their communities or trouble problems that they face. Therefore, it encourages me to do something for my communities. I can take good ideas from this web page and the ideas that work in my communities. I can discuss my problems openly, if I have by posting on my journal. I feel strong because I have my companion that is web 2.0.


Cultural Correspondent's picture

Change your Title!


If this is your entry for Web 2.0, I urge you to change your title to "VOF Week 1: (New Thing)" as soon as possible. If you leave it the way it is, the VOF group listeners won't know you are in the application process and your entry may not be properly reviewed.



molliv's picture

great start!


thanks so much for sharing your opinions. it was great to hear what someone who is brand-new to these concepts has to say. i definitely think that your desire to share with other women who are different from yourself is an inspiring vision, and i look forward to hearing what you have to say about the topics ahead. i do agree with jackie that checking the format of your posts would help you a lot, but i know how much it is to think about, especially when your excitement about new knowledge and new opportunities carries you away!

Don't let your worries get the best of you. Remember, even Moses started out as a basket case.

phasy's picture

thank you for your comment.

thank you for your comment. it really help me alot.

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