I’m taking this great Blog Tour Class from Dani at http://bookblogtours.com. We’ve only just started and I’ve learned so much. We are working on critiquing each other’s blogs. Usually I’m a dine and dasher when it comes to blogs. I don’t seem to have time to read them all. I pop in and read what I want, post a quick comment, and then move on.
Since the class started, I am spending more time on the blogs I look at. I just went to post on a blog because the woman was looking for help getting her author portrait taken. (I’ve had many jobs/careers and one was with a great photographer and picked up a few tips. I also hate horrid photos that with a bit of tweaking could have been great.) After making my comments I spent some time looking at her blog and trying to evaluate as we are learning.
In the class there has been a bit of discussion about Feeddjit which shows you where the people are from who are looking at your blog. I saw one from Lansing and thought it was cool because I am trying to connect with writers who life near me. (I just moved.) After a few moments I realized the person was me. Ugh! Now I understand Feeddjit – a live traffic feed and why the woman who had it said she just likes to see where people are coming from. I think that is cool too. I’m scared to add here because I think all my views will be my mother! Does technology give you too much information? What do you think? Are you my mother?