Blogging is Different from Writings

Blogging is different from writings. The latter is more specifically on short-writings.

You would blog with shorter sentences and less of shorter paragraphs. Writings cares about expressing details with prose and lexicons.

Blog shares hyperlinks to useful references and not footnotes of information for pure reading enthusiasts.

“There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.”
― Ernest Hemingway

You read blogs by skimming through. There are too many articles to read and learn. So little time to absorb in a comprehensive manner.

Keywords are selective when it comes to blogging.

But for writings, language and vocabulary play an important role to build a unique voice from author. Yet, keywords can be overly time-consuming if to tailored a post simply for the search engine to crawl.

I’m not a writer. And, I blog this post within an hour.


Rule Number One: Post a Picture


Why do one blog while overly conscience about what to write?

And the discipline of blogging, consistency, writing prose, English grammar, short post or longread, 10 or 100 tips to be a problogger?

The discussion is totally endless.

Above all blogging rules, a good picture is the most important.

Still, it is better than nothing if a picture in a blog post has just a so-so standard.

Second to a picture is having a good basic English language.

Be it a single-word utterance with limited productivity or a chunk of words-sentence like Molly Bloom’s soliloquy.

Both ways work as good in any blog post.

If this fails, go back to rule number one: Post a picture.

Good writing is essentially rewriting.
– Roald Dahl, “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”

10 Steps To Fold an Origami Crane

Last updated on January 20th, 2015 at 01:07 pm

Here is a quick post on how to fold an Origami Crane in 10 steps.

The word ‘Origami’ comes from 2 Japanese words. “Ori” refers to the meaning of “to fold” and “kami” means “paper”.

In Japan, it is believed the crane could live to a thousand years. Making this flying creature as mysterious as a cat having nine lives.

And the symbolism of paper crane is longevity and fortune. Another meaning to it is “birds of happiness”.

This is more of an Asian custom of believe for Japanese, Korean, and Chinese.

Generally, to word it simpler and relatable to the Western culture would be Good Vibes.

How to fold Origami Crane
How to fold Origami Crane
Origami crane 1
Origami crane 1
Origami crane 2
Origami crane 2