"To inspire them to realize more and more of their capacities for living meaningful lives. Because there certainly is meaning to life."
-John Coltrane on Uplifting Others

Friday, November 12, 2010

Reflective Post, Take Two

For this post, I am focusing on Kristen's blog.
I first met Kristen in a British Literary History class, so I know her. But I did not know her dreams of a field study. Her blog is focused on her upcoming field study to Tibetan exiles in India. If I can say nothing else, she is consistent in her objectives. At the beginning of the semester, she clearly stated her goal was to see how digital literacy affects not only people in the States, but how it is shaping the lives and culture of Tibetans. She has varied her posts, from historical content to Skype conversations with her Tibetan contact. She has branched further than most in the class as far as creating PLN's; she has contacts from all over the world. Added to this is Kristen's blog is easy on the eyes (not a mess of divergent widgets), and her posts are enjoyable to read. I believe of everyone in the class, I have commented more on her blog than any other.
(Not that I don't like the other blogs; I do. Simply put, Kristen and I share similar ideas, so I am intrigued with what she writes and observes.)
So Kudos to you, Kristen C. You and your blog are going places.

Photo courtesy of love-your-neighbor.blogspot.com


  1. Ha ha. I agree Kristin is pretty amazing mike, but I took a look at the list of assigned peer reviews and I think you were supposed to review mine. ;) I was looking forward to the feedback since I'm a regular subscriber to your thoughts.

  2. My bad, Bri. I didn't know there were assigned peer reviews. I have posted about your blog.

  3. Wow, you're so kind! Thanks Mike :) you and Bri are both great--I'm so glad we've continued this British lit pow wow into digital civilization!