Blogging. Blogging encompasses such a large area of the seemingly infinite internet. People crave blogging and love the idea that people will read their stories of woe, of good times. The other side of blogging is that people love to read juicy news and about the lives of people who they envy, or admire. Sometimes a website can encompass blogging along with video blogging, and community all in one. Buzznet seems to have done this. Although it seems deeply seeded in teenage angst music, and the scene that is commonly termed as "Emo", it holds a wide range of ways for people to communicate themselves and express their inner selves easily. Anyone can feel important for one day when an image they''ve uploaded to the site is featured as the "photo of the day". This site encourages creativity, which is rare amongst popular teen sites nowadays. They are rewarded for their creativity with praise, which will cause anyone to procure more of whatever it is that got attention. Humans crave fame, and will usually do what it takes to be heard and seen. Blogging seems to be the root of it. Why tell the world about your life, unless you want everyone to know about you, and know that you''ve somehow left an impact upon someone.
Blogging gives us a sense of reaching out farther into the world and leaving our fingerprints upon a larger region. It gives us the ability to associate ourselves with other people''s issues. To feel better about oneself, because we have been reading along with someone''s blog who is enduring the same life issues as ourself. It takes some extra loneliness out of our lives and makes us feel closer to all the people in the world. How wonderful blogging seems to be for our world, and Buzznet has quite a hand on getting people''s words out there and heard. I can only imagine that blogging could have the capability of saving people''s lives. Taking away the utter loneliness but replacing it with friends who understand and care. Who would have thought that blogging could be so useful?