An Audience

The audience I imagine coming to my website is not a ‘look’ of a person, but a ‘feel’. The people I imagine coming and engaging in my site are people who may have gone through a similar journey as me, or perhaps they are just…

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Site Revision: Peer Review #3

The third peer review was by Gurjap, the creator of Jaapsfilm. Her knowledge and eye for website building is strong and critical; I am thankful for the insights she brought.  Her first critique was the colouring of my blog. There were two shades of white,…

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Site Revision: Peer Review #2

After I received my second peer review I had some great feedback about my blog. The feature photos with each post were enjoyed, as well as the clean and organized lay out. With this, I went back through my posts and ensured that each one…

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Making The Cut:

My experiences and thoughts bring me an overwhelming notion to make my voice public. However, a remaining need to fit in and remain unseen takes over any encouragement and action that would bring my story to life. I I feel confident sharing my thoughts with people unknown, where I am anonymous, but it is the people who know me and who I have control over how and who they know that cause me to withdraw my message.

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Kali Ma: Goddess of Darkness and Death

I am Kali: the Hindu goddess of death and darkness. Known as “she who is black”.  We all have that voice in our heads that is telling us to step up to the challenge, whatever that feat may be; face your ego and become more…

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“My Anonymous Heart: To Be Consumed..”

I am a block of text, a photo, a voice, and a screen. I share and create to enter people’s lives, an anonymous entity, by giving benign disinhibition of my experiences, life, thoughts and self into the unknown cyberspace. I am giving myself to you, and I do not know who you are or when you will find this.

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More than strangers

Is that what I am doing right now? Trying to be more than a stranger to whoever is reading this? All too often people are alone together; independent in a shared space. This idea was presented by Erving Goffman (1963). Common situations of public transit,…

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