The Emotional Life of Weblogs, Part III
JPB: "it takes alot of genuine self-confidence to admit that you're wrong.. or admit that you're weak..."
JPB: "I am dazzled at how many really good writers there are out there..."
Someone made a comment about his daughter reading JPB's Eulogy for Dr. Cynthia Horner and how it touched her so much that she sat down and wrote a letter to Barlow about it and got a response. How people learn about others because of their blogs. I love this piece and used the same concept and heartfelt writing for my own eulogy for my grandmother that died in 1996.
Lisa Williams: "We will be reading some blogs long after their authors are gone... the average life of the average person is obliterated by history."