My two best blog post are “Live Tweeting Experience” and “Gender in Research”. Not only did I feel the readers got something out of these blog post, but I did as well. These two specifically I enjoyed writing. From the experiences of the live tweeting activities we did in class to the facts and ratios of women vs men in online contribution.
In this post I talk about a personal moments I had with the live tweeting assignments. I describe how Twitter grew on me and how much fun I had playing Twitter vs Zombies. I believe that the article expressed how I felt about Twitter and was left open ended asking others to share their experiences in the comments as well. Also this post had the second most comments of all my other posts. I also met all of the requirement on moodle for a complete blog post.
This was one of my favorite blogs to write about and it too was also was my most commented blog post. I enjoyed writing about both sides and searching about the topic. It was interesting to see the heavy sided diversity in online contribution to research. I finished this blog with a couple question letting me to believe that is why I received more comments. I fulfilled all the requirements that were set on moodle.
I believe that this comment meets all of the criteria asked for. In the comment I quote another student’s comment about what he has to say about the article. Later I go on to added my additional opinion and ask a question which furthers the discussion about teenagers sending pictures. The only bad thing I saw in this comment was a typo of some to something*.
Similar to the comment above I quoted another student that made a good point about the article. I use their comment to expand on the article and my comment as a whole. I end the comment by asking the author why she chose the topic of Wolves which leaves it open ended for a reply.