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Panel 1-B: Introduction to Weblogs II

Personalization and beautification of ones weblog is not as hard as I thought it would be. I'm not much into decorating my blog with fancy colors and fonts. I think that either way my message should be the focal point of the entry not some crazy background and outlandish JPEG or flashy icons.
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It was neat to see how Val did her own blog. I do enjoy putting small pictures on my blog entries every now and then because it adds a little bit of visual spice to what we are discussing. Html code masters put a lot more effort into this than I could ever possibly do at this point in my internet writing career.

There are two common types of blogs out in the cyber world and they are edu-blogs and pundit blogs. An interesting definition of one who has a pundit blog like myself is: I like to blog about a specific topic of interest that I am passionate about - be it business, politics, technology, law, education, entertainment, or literature. I blog regularly and I welcome relevant discussions about my topic. I have a constant thirst for knowledge. The edu blog is used mainly for educational reasons as implied by its name.


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