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2011/01/26

My Blog Comments

#1.”If anyone wants to track me down, let me make it easy for you” by kylelashcraft

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Posted by kelseyleu on January 26, 2011 at 2:41 pm

I used to dislike twitter as much as you seem to. I have been bi-polar with my love for it, but at the moment I enjoy it, but am not crazy about it. What I like about it is that I can see the mood that my friends are in. It makes me so happy to see my friends having fun or saying something funny. I also really enjoy reading quotes from favorite pastors, seeing twit-pics of what my friends are doing, and also being mysterious about my tweets (at times). I suggest you get creative with your tweets, it is a lot more fun than saying something so black and white! 🙂

#2.

“How I use social media” Angela Myers

January 26, 2011 at 9:18 pm

I agree with how social networking can clutter our life! It is crazy to think how much we time in a cyber-world which is not even reality! I am sure we would have more intimate friends if we got off facebook more often and sat down with a person actually, in person.

#3.

“Topic of the Week #1~ Social Media in Everyday Life” by Laurie Lea

Jan. 26th, 2011 at 2:49 pm It is good to hear of a social network that I have never heard of before. There are so many out there that I am sure could become just as popular as facebook or twitter. If there are so many social networking sites, it makes me wonder how the ones become as famous as they do. Is it the advertising? The money?

#4.

HELPFUL TIPS FOR THE WRITER January 23, 2011 by cccromeans

Jan. 27, 2011

I always forget to make my pronouns agree in the “person.” This is a good key to remember. We mostly use 3rd or 1st person when writing, so we must make sure that all of our words and sentences are in the same person. Good thing to remember and be conscious of!

#5.

PR Pitch Guaranteed to Grab Attention by Rachel Laflam

Jan. 27, 2011

I love this! This is hilarious and a great way to advertise! I may use this technique in my journalism career by bringing in humor to draw the reader in. It is a fun and creative approach to get the point across. Also, seeing many people dressed in weird clothing on the video drew me in to read the article.

#6.

Topics of the Third Week by Tiffany Hobby

January 28, 2011 at 7:09 pm

This is such good advice! Whenever I used to leave blog comments, I would never even consider my audience and I wrote in a very casual tone. I will start to pay close attention to detail when I write and to make sure I am portraying the information as exciting, clear, and interesting to my readers!

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“Turn off the lights, water, TV…and the Internet???” by Angela Glaly

January 28, 2011
at 7:22 PM

I am so glad you posted this. I really had no idea the details about Egypt, but I have over heard the financial disaster they were in earlier today.  I had no idea that they had to cancel the internet to save money.  This type of control of government is so different from ours.  This is horrible.  We must pray for our nation… Obama really cannot do much about this.  We must always be mindful of how blessed we are as a nation.

#8.

Hanes=Child Labor by Heather Davis

February 7, 2011 at 6:57 pm

This is absolutely horrible! This also makes me think about all the clothing I wear. Most of my clothing is not made in the US, so that probably means a poor girl is being abused in the process of making my clothes.  I do not like this. I would like to find a way to help change this aspect of unfair labor of children in other countries.

#9.

“One Color, No More Stripes”

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I used to love the White Stripes! So sad to hear this. It is very much like them to not give definite explanations to why they did this. I am sure they are on to more things, hopefully one day they will produce music again even if they do not do it together!

#10.

A Super BOWL of munchies and 30 second clips! by PRetty in Pink

I watch the superbowl for both the game and the commercials. It is shocking to me how much one pays for an ad during the superbowl! We do remember the commercials for a long time afterwards. To be honest, when I remember the commercials, I think of the entertainment and not the product being sold.

February 10, 2011 at 4:55 pm

#11.

Justin Bieber’s movie premiere by Speaker

Heather, I love how funny you are! You are bold to actually admit your love for Justin Bieber. I do not personally like him and think he is a bit annoying, but you must let me know how the movie is! Maybe I will enjoy him as an actor. I had no idea he was coming out with a movie…

#12.

“Social Media or Alternative Living?” by Jon Santana

Thank you for sharing so much of your heart, Jon. I feel like we have a connection of our use of social media. I have not used Tumblr, but I trust in your wisdom and will have to check it out sometime. I like this quote by you, “It is also a great place to vent and just write/post what you feel like.” Very encouraging!

#13.

Kennedy Era by Christine Wilson

February 10, 2011 at 6:03 pm

Christine, you write with such elegance and grace! I love your blogging style–very different than most people and the way you started off this comment caught my eye! I really enjoy hearing that you would have wrote in that era. Hmmmm.. I think I would have been a writer in the 1960′s. That just sounds right.

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Valentines Day Recap by T_HOBBY

kelseyleuFebruary 22, 2011 at 10:51 am #

Finally! A blog comment that I am very interested in. :) I love to bake and for the majority of my surfing on the internet is in search for food blogs–typically organic/gluten free yummyness. I am so glad you baked your boyfriend something, that is probably the cutest thing you can do and it is made from the heart! Continue to put up recipes and I will gladly read.

#15.

Facebook is adding new options by Angela Myers

kelseyleu said,

February 22, 2011 at 10:57 am

I had no idea this took place. Hm, interesting. I don’t really have a bias to this. I don’t agree with gay marriage, but if the gay population wants that, I guess it is okay. There are so many changes facebook must make in order for it to be fair towards everyone. This is just one step before a million other people will want things directly for them. I love that you put the comment about the “dislike” button. I would love that!!

#16.

Job-seekers, here’s one tip to vastly improve your chances by Becky Johns

2 minutes ago

Wow! Thank you for these tips! I actually have not even considered any other paper work besides a resume when it comes to applying to a PR job. This really helps and I plan on making sure I never do any stupid mistakes. I do not want my resume thrown out because I was not intentional.

(PR Daily)

#17.

An Applebee’s serves tequila to a 15-month-old; chain calls it ‘unacceptable’ by Michael Sebastian

kelseyleu1p· 4 minutes ago

This is insane. Why in the world would anyone do this? This is serious business. I am interested in more details to what took place. I would like to know how this even happened without anybody noticing.. When accepting co-workers, Applebee’s must be aware of exactly who they are hiring.

(PR Daily)

#18.

Tips for new Bloggers by Heather Davis

Great tips! You actually have a lot of the same ideas that I have so we have similar minds ;) I really enjoyed how you put pictures next to each tip and how you focused specifically on blogging.. I now will be a more creative blogger!

#19.

It’s Friday? by Amber Sakis

kelseyleu
Apr 11, 2011 @ 21:28:24

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I do not get the hype about this song to be honest. If it is for humor, I do not even get the humor. This is not funny, neither is it creative. I am not a fan and wish that people would stop talking about her. haha. I do not usually look at YouTube so I was exposed to this video by many of my classmates.

#20.

“Anyone want some Girl Scout cookies?” by Jordan Staggs

kelseyleuApril 11, 2011 at 9:43 pm #

I love girl scout cookies so much!! What a cool idea to have the cookies selling on facebook. I remember when I was very young getting girl scout cookies–who would of thought that as I am an adult that the cookies would still be selling and now on facebook. Clever ;)

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