Saturday, May 27, 2006

Petrona: Placeism in the global network

I'm not clever enough to put two links into one entry and I need to mention the helpful lady in England who reached out to offer me advice. She has an essay which is well worth reading - Petrona: Placeism in the global network in which she talks about the need we all have for a sense of place and how blogging helps us create our own unique small communities within the 'worldwide web'.

4 Comments:

At 9:52 AM, Blogger Debra Hamel said...

Susan: if you subscribe to this url at bloglines you'll automatically discover who's linking to you:

http://www.technorati.com/watchlists/rss.html?wid=377389

 
At 9:53 AM, Blogger Debra Hamel said...

That may not all be visible. The end numbers, after wid=, are: 377389

 
At 1:30 PM, Blogger Maxine said...

Susan, thank you so much for your generous comment on Petrona and for your lovely posting about my article. I am blushing but kind of thrilled that you took the trouble!

Debra, thanks for the tip! I have learned something now. Am off to try it right away. I love to comment on other people's posts but I can never remember where I have commented so I expect there are all sorts of strange never-finished conversations out there (probably that nobody much was reading in the first place, thankfully -- but I am interested in whether anyone ever answers the things I ask!)

 
At 10:33 PM, Blogger Susan said...

I'm so dull-witted it took me part of the day to figure this out! Thank you again, Debra! I was surprised to see the number of times you kind souls referred to my babyblog.

 

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