VOF Week 3 (Blogging and my noshtalgia)

mridula
Posted April 7, 2009 from Bangladesh

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. I still remember those days ….I was excited. Yes it was really exciting for me to learn how to make our group blog since it was our assignment. I can also remember that I didn’t want to give my photo in the blog because of internet hacking and privacy matters. I was afraid since I cared my social system where if anyone misuse my information and photo I will be the victim because of being a girl from Bangladesh!

To me blogging is really a good support to share and express my idea since buying a personal website is still expensive for me. But here in Bangladesh it’s really difficult to effort internet for most of the people. But I can, since I am in privileged group. And I know that I have to utilize this opportunity in a constructive way. I am on my way. I also face electricity problem while I work in internet and blog. Also what I am finding that few peoples are misusing the blogging opportunities which sometimes make me afraid to express my feeling in blog. I think security should be more confirmed for all internet and blogger user.

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  • Brigitte Wezel-Janssens
    Apr 09, 2009
    Apr 09, 2009

    Hello, thanks for your posting. Internet can indeed be both used in positive and negative ways. I encourage you to continue to make your voice heard and never lose faith in what you can do! Brigitte

  • mridula
    Apr 13, 2009
    Apr 13, 2009

    Dear Brigitte, Thank you dear for your nice email which is full of lots of spirit! I needed this kind of email at the moment i got it. Yes I will keep faith in what I can do. You can be sure of this. Atleast I will keep trying. Thank you my friend.

    Keep in touch. Mridula

  • Rachelle_W
    Apr 13, 2009
    Apr 13, 2009

    This was very interesting to read. Good luck as you keep raising your voice through blogging. I hope that you will be able to use your opportunities in a constructive way, as you have said!

    Best regards,

    Rachelle