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VOF Week 3 (Blogging and my noshtalgia)

Just now I am nostalgic. I am remembering my days in Sweden. Why? First I heard about blog while I was in Sweden. I learned it in my electronic journalism course from Stockholm University. … Read More»

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VOW Week three - My blog is my voice and my image


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>strong>VOF Week 3: Lets go blogging</strong>

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VOF Week 3: (Blogging-Number One Equipment To Hear And Be Heard)

I was introduced to blogging by my mother.The first time that i used a computer to do my own writing was when i was communicating with my penfriend Madison.Now i blog in my own journal on PulseWire wh … Read More»

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VOF Week 3: ( It’s All Mental Acrobatics for Me When It Comes to Blogging.)

My main challenge is keeping the momentum going and not talking myself out of blogging. It’s a challenge of the mind; it’s the challenge of self belief. … Read More»

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"VOF Week 3: (Internet Demystified)".

When I first bumped into a blog I had no idea anything like it existed. I had in fact asked a colleague to give me a website address to a friend’s website. … Read More»

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VOF Week 3: (You Need to Get Wet to Learn to Swim)

First time I knew about blogging, I thought it was only for experts or IT maniacs. For myself, I was happy enough to be able to access information in the internet. … Read More»

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"VOF Week 3: (Learning to Blog)."

When i read the assignment for this week i thought, wow, where do i begin? This is because i was just recently introduced to blogging through researching the internet and seeing peoples blogs … Read More»

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"VOF Week 3: (Finding my way in the maze)"

Never did I imagine that some of my childhood pleasures will die out so fast.I used to spend endless time writing letters to friends all over the world, post and wait for two weeks to hear from them. … Read More»

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My journey began as I sat down and watched a television program that show cased the suffering and ordeal that the women of Congo were going through. … Read More»

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