Making Our Blogs Into A Thriving Dance Community
Blogging is a unique writing medium, one that has the potential to be very interactive in our Oahu dance kuleana. We definitely do not need majors in journalism. This is a different enchilada. Many are beginning to see what can be done to communicate with our fellow dancers this way. It is the interactive nature of the blog that gives us the opportunity to form relationships with our reader/dancers.
Who said? "Those people who think they know it all,
are especially annoying to those of us who do."
It must be written "to" them and hoping to get feedback in writing. This kind of interpersonal interaction has been almost impossible for traditional authors. As bloggers we have the unique opportunity of building dance communities of readers that not only interact with us the bloggers, but with each other through the ability to comment on posts. By building a strong sense of a dance community with our readers, and by encouraging them to do the same among themselves, our blogs and the dance community benefit immensely.
"Fly Me To The Moon" by Jimmy Borges
We have to try to insure that our blogosphere becomes a thriving dance community and not just stale publications. The information and photo contributors become crucial to the expansion of the blogs and hopefully some will feel the desire to become Guest Bloggers. There are several things that we can do to make this happen. And I feel sure that this coming year will do it when we form our first independent blog.
"A lie can go twice around the Palladium before the truth