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To answer the first qoisteun you asked never too late. As a writer, you could look upon it as an opportunity to exercise your creativity to describe circumstances and feelings Interesting exposition about online/offline friendships. I've never done any social networking , but I'm aware of those MySpace people with a gazillion friends . It's seems the conversation goes something like hi, whatcha doin'? went to the mall, today! with a lot of those friends . All fine if that is fun for them. I've actually been very surprised at how I've come to value some of you at WordPress, though. It seems on a different level than Facebook, etc., because we engage in meaningful (to me) dialog. People here write about what's important to them, and, on that level, share something real about themselves. They then attract other minds ready to engage.I have some friends too, that I don't see or talk to for long stretches, and that is OK we understand each other, and when it's important we communicate. It's different in an online community, though. Unless the people want to take the relationship further (from blog comment, to email, to IM or chat, to phone calls, to actually meeting!) then the blog is the only interface for the friendship, and, if a person disappears for even a few days, I find myself wondering how they are, if they're OK, etc. This may be a bit morbid, but I sometimes wonder: What if someone has an accident or illness, or even loses their life? We blog friends may never know. It puts an element of strangeness into the relationship that is not present with RL ones, as usually there, I have an address and phone number and can find out about people.All this makes me think the online folks are precious, but in a different way. Their presence is so in the now and immediate. I must just tune in and value what is right there. Oh, my, you got me going on this!CJ: That's true, it does give me a chance to describe some of my feelings (my masculinity allows it on occasions!) now I just have to brave the post office queues tomorrow. I like the idea of social networks, but I'm not a big fan of MySpace I just find there's too much going on with the sites, too busy. I like Facebook because it's more of a resource and you can take the conversation off Facebook if you want to. But you're right, it's not the same dialogue as you get with blogging or in a forum; it's not a community like we have with WP.That's what I find difficult to describe when people ask me about blogging. Many still think of it as a journal, but really it's a platform for sharing ideas and to be engaged. It's the ongoing discussion in the community that makes blogging unique. But things in our lives can suddenly interfere with that, and no one would know I've thought about that too, Muse, and it does feel strange, that we can be so connected but isolated at the same time. I suppose that's the nature of online life.I look at relationships as being fluid and that makes me value my online friendships all the more. I don't know if the same people will be blogging in a year, or if my friends will still be available to chat, so I value the discourse we have now, and watch as it evolves it's incredible how far we've come online, if you think about it. The world's a much smaller place and keeping up with all the changes is half the fun!
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