Is it just me, or is Xanga really selling like hotcakes to my classmates lately? Just with the past two weeks, approximately four to five xanga sites have opened. Is it because it’s really easy to update on Xanga? Is it because Xanga may exhibit their HTML-editing prowess? Or is it because their Paulinian counterparts also have Xanga?

Whatever the reasons are, it’s about time the Caravarians jumped on the Blogging bandwagon. As far as I can remember, I’ve been blogging since 2002, and hasn’t stopped (well, momentarily stopped) ever since. It’s somewhat a shame to know that Technically-inclined as we Caravarians are, the Barbe(arians? Joke… ^_^) ladies have actually outrun us in the ‘Blogging’ side of the techie know-how.

What I just hope is that what has been promised will happen. I wish blogging will be used for the salvation of mankind, whichever way that will happen I couldn’t care less.

However these people want to use their blogs for, I don’t care. Whatever they want to put in there, I don’t care either. It’s their blog, their place, their words, their opinions. And I respect what they think. Opinions are never wrong.

Well, good luck to you people, and welcome to the Blogging Scene!

3 Responses to “Sanga-Sangang Xanga”
  1. aajao says:

    xanga user din ako. and updated siya! hehe 😛

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  3. tin hom nay says:

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