Kahsoon: Doing What You Believe In

For the past few weeks, I have been draped in a sense of blogger apathy due to the state of condition the blogosphere has been acting. It’s become some sort of backwash of some unpleasant things which I can only assume is the eventual result of being in the 3rd generation of Blogging.

It doesn’t matter if you’re against people who have issues against toilets for the disabled, or if you try to prove a point that people in the Blogosphere have nothing better to do so you start a Blog War for the heck of it…or well really…any other things. It doesn’t really matter because I couldn’t care less about it.

The blogosphere has succeeded in taking away my passion for expressng anything and everything in my noodle because everyone else is a better drama queen than me. It just makes my constant narcissism completely redundant and unecessary.

Though every once in a while, things that are blown way out of proportion does have some qualities in which I strongly believe in and as much as I don’t care for the heavy handed way of words of things, I do care for what I believe in…considering I wrote about it many times before specifically right here in this post which should tell you everything you need to know about what I believe in this case.

Since so many people have been blogging about this already I’ll keep it short. Read here, here, here, here and here. If you believe that it’ll make a difference or if you’re just too bored, you can sign a petition over here.

Personally, I don’t think it makes a difference and signing the petition only wasted about 30 seconds of my life which would otherwise be wiser spent watching season 4 of Scrubs. But it is something I do believe in, something I stand up firmly for in the blogging world and I would be a hypocrite if I didn’t just sign the damn thing despite the fact my instincts scream of a complete waste of time.

I try to do what I believe in even though I know the world works otherwise. Somtimes it’s all we have to keep some passion alive in your life. To keep the world, blogging or real, to seem a little less…meaningless. The reality of the situation is that most of the time, it wouldn’t make a difference, but at least you can say you tried all that you can…and maybe…just maybe…miracles do happen.

5 thoughts on “Kahsoon: Doing What You Believe In

  1. you know, i stopped blogging whatsoever because of ioerror getting the boot from an aggregator we both were on. I asked to be removed and I was. While I do realise that the domains of the internet are in most part not perfect examples of democracy, I do think.. Strongly believe in the fact that people are allowed to blog, write, say whatever they want anywhere, if you have a problem with it, you try and solve it, you don’t silence it. in this case some people were pissed off at the discussion about the ineptness of FEMA and the administration concerning New Orleans, i had earlier been ridiculed for a) my postings about usability, a11y and interface design. b) personal blogging. so I felt like i had been pressured into not blogging about anything but the party agenda as it were.

    lessons? keep going, you’ll benefit from it. the other bastards can just live with it.


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