AndFarAway

A Blog from Amman, Jordan, Online Since 2004.

Why Abu Samer made a bad blogger(although I agree with his point)

Abu-Samer says:
i always thought people are trying to make blogging somethign it is not
Abu-Samer says:
people had personal websites for a long time
Abu-Samer says:
which ranged from the serious to the retarded
Abu-Samer says:
it is on of these thigns that people jump on
Abu-Samer says:
it will die soon
Abu-Samer says:
at least it will level off
Abu-Samer says:
should not sya die
Abu-Samer says:
ya3ni it is the new atkins diet
Abu-Samer says:
blogging is the new atkins diet!

15 minutes later:

Roba says:
http://andfaraway.blogspot.com/2005/12/why-abu-samer-made-bad-bloggeralthough.html
Abu-Samer says:
fix the typos
Roba says:
ma beddi
Roba says:
i like it
Abu-Samer says:
tayyeb at least capitalize the begining of the sentences
Roba says:
no
Abu-Samer says:
ma abradk
Abu-Samer says:
zinkha inti
Abu-Samer says:
biddik tifda7eeni
Abu-Samer says:
who knows if what i am typing now will be posted too now

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8 Comments

  1. Can’t I say something without being quoted? It is getting worse though, at least it was a one liner before; now it is a whole conversation.

  2. That was freakin funny. Please continue posting more of your convos. :)

  3. if only we all had such deep conversations on IM…

  4. “Blogging is the new Atkins”…I am going to start to use this.

  5. hmmm… very interesting conversation, and there is a lot of truth to it… but I still think there’s something that makes blogging different from all the other fads and trends of the internet-age such as ICQ, geocities, Hi5… etc. I agree there is a lot of crap and meaningless content, but there are also a lot of great stuff that are having tremendous impacts on global media and culture!

  6. Totally agree with Lina
    Bloggers tend to be different somehow .. and there are great contents out there .. I don’t see it fading away any time soon .. quite the contrary; it will evolve and bring our way more exciting opportunities … (personal point of view)

  7. Nas

    the difference is that the media pays attention to the access blogging gives them in terms of news. bloggers at times are on the frontlines by complete accident while a journalist is miles away.

    thats important in a world that offers 24/7 news 365 days non stop.

    it may level off, it may grow. people are much interested in other people’s lives than their own.

  8. abu samer i know how you feel. my conversation was once posted on dear robas blog.

    hmmm i had asked what something was, something that dealt with the internet, i am not sure. and it turned out what i asked about was something i should have known of. i am still not sure what it was.

    do you remember roba?

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