After Nuntius invitation, and sorry for my English…
1.Do you like the look and the contents of your blog?
About the look: I like my photo (funny, isn’t it?), I like colors, but generally, I think the whole blog is a little untidy.
When it comes to contents: I love them, because I choose them! To be honest, sometimes I think that they may seem a little bit non – serious and superficial, but that is what I aim at. I want to help people laugh and relax.
2.Does your family know about your blog?
No. Especially my parents, I don’t think would even care. They aren’t “internet guys”.
3.Can you tell your friends about your blog? Do you consider it a private thing?
Some friends very close to me know about it, but they don’t seem to be interested. My blog is something that is mine, so I believe that my best friends should know about it, it is a part of what I am and what I do. Only that way they know who I really am. Then, for the rest of the people I know, my blog is something too personal to tell them already about it.
4.Do you just read the blogs of those who comment on your blog? Or do you try to discover new blogs?
I do both!
5.Did your blog positively affect your mind? Give an example.
My blog makes me happy when I can make happy those who read it. That’s enough positive I think!
6.What does the number of visitors to your blog mean? Do you use a traffic counter?
Ok, it is something that I used to check, mainly when I started bloging, but now what counts for me is posting.
7.Do you imagine what other bloggers look like?
I think that I am largely affected by their photos. When the photo doesn’t help, I think I manage to create just a “mood” about them, nothing more.
8.Do you think blogging has any real benefit?
At the moment, I believe that the real benefit is the possibility to communicate with more people than those you could meet in your real life.
9.Do you think that the blogosphere is a stand alone community separated from the real world?
No, we are part of the real world so the blogosphere is a part of the real word too.
10.Do some political blogs scare you? Do you avoid them?
No. I read them and most of the times I feel really uninformed or insensible. This is why some times I avoid reading them. I prefer using blogs for making me happier.
11.Do you think that criticizing your blog is useful?
Yes, why not. But I think that criticizing is a situation that could disturb the balance of our blogosphere, something not good.
12.Have you ever thought about what would happen to your blog if you died?
Nothing I think.
13.Which blogger has had the greatest impression on you?
I think it might be Gelial, because of his brainy and smart humour.
14.Which blogger do you think is the most similar to you?
I can’t choose, I don’t know, it maybe Trilian or Switchblade Sister…
15.Name a song you want to listen to?
Generally, a lotttttt, this period: James Morrison - The Pieces Don’t Fit Anymore.
16.Tag some people
Let’s say Gelial, Loop, Trilian, Snikolas, Switchblade Sister, Crucilla, Fight Back (Nuntius and Bururburu are already tagged).