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Wikipedia VS Blogs

I'm not sure if it's right to compare two things of different kinds but how did we know that they are of different kinds if we didn't compare them in the first place?

The thing is blogs sucks! it has many interesting posts and I read many interesting blogs but how worthy is it ? other than the worthness of I read blogs instead of newspapers then it's not worth at all especially those blogs that writes about anything and everything (me?) I admit I learned many tips and tricks thru following technical blogs and learned many stuff while reading about people experience but was it that worthy compared to articles in wikipedia ?

Well, I have been away from blogging for almost one month now with exception of Al faisali game post and I can tell you that I was reading blogs but not as I used to do and I started reading more of Wikipedia's articles and I just was reading a random article about eye contact.


Maybe one shouldn't be very e-social person because social networks and communities traps you sometimes and make you just fool addict to it while one should be addict to something useful like wikipedia or even do what my friend bakkouz been doing, write for wikipedia! yes you can write or translate English articles into Arabic.

anyway, I hope to maintain my current e-readings ratio which is about 1/5, one blog post per five wikipedia's articles, try it, it worth it.


[tags] wikipedia, blogs, readings [/tags]

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