I’ve been using BlogSpot. I think its Google owned, at the very least Google’s official blog is on BlogSpot. I chose it because I felt I owed them for GoogleEarth.
So far its good. The main con is that it isn’t the best for networkig with your friends. Otherwise its easy to use and simple to customize.
Emotional writings. Something along the lines of:
“The past week and a half I’ve been sweating the small stuff: worrying about the smallest detail, the smallest mistake, the smallest omission. Last night, I realised that none of that matters. In the real world, as opposed to the one created inside my head, no one is as critical of me as I am. Sometimes you need a friend to show you the truth, to pull the blinders off your eyes and expose you to the true reality of a situation. A new viewpoint on things combined with a recent conversation made me realise things aren’t nearly as bad as I thought.”
At least for me, it’s just stupid things that I write about because I’m away from home and don’t really have anyone here to confide in. I don’t enjoy my entries that are along these lines, they make me feel like I’m 16 again. But I need to write them to get them out.
Nah, emotastic is more like “My parents won’t let me go to the party on Saturday. Oh, woe. Woe is me. I hate everyone in the world. I think I will go listen to mix tapes while slashing my wrists again.”
I like Blogger, by the way.
Oh, I agree. But that’s emotastic if you’re 16. If you’re 22, I feel the word has a different definition.