Interesting Ideas are everywhere and nothing is more proof than the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge. Have you ever seen so much blogging talent together in one event with such a continuous array of fascinating topics in such unique presentations?
Blogging has opened so many new doors that have allowed me to peek in on the lives and the thoughts of others. The realm of blogs has led me on a journey of discovery that could never end in my lifetime. We have been given access to visit more people than we could ever imagine in the off-line everyday world. Communications among us are often instantaneous or at least quick in coming.
Human history has produced so many interesting ideas that have led to amazing inventions and discoveries that now we usually take for granted. Now we can engage in global exchanges sometimes more easily than we can talk to our next door neighbors. We can work jointly with people we may never meet face to face in order to create, discuss, or just keep up with one another's lives.
The world of blogging is filled with interesting ideas and you are among those contributing to this interesting world. Encourage others with your topics and your comments. Entertain, enlighten, and engage in whatever way you wish, and do your best to keep your ideas interesting.
Here are a few bloggers that I have discovered during the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge who are trying to keep things interesting:
Nate Wilson has been offering up interesting ideas on his blog for going on two years now. Check out the writing contest on Nate Wilson's Sometimes, This Wheel's On Fire. It's all inspired by the A to Z Challenge so you can incorporate your entry into one of your daily posts. It's time to be even more creative than you are now. And as an incentive there are prizes. You've got to check this out!
I was surprised when I ran across a post about me! This appeared on Informed Sharing-- a blog full of interesting ideas by a young woman who goes by the name San. She also has a website--Ask San Anything--that like her blog offers information and interesting ideas. Check it out. Your blog may be one her upcoming features.
Gary Philip Pennick wrote a somewhat humorous piece poking fun at the A to Z Challenge on his blog Klahanie. I read a couple other entries by Gary and found them to be filled with some interesting ideas. Humor can be interesting and a humorist doesn't always have to be funny. Some of you may enjoy what Gary has to say in his blog.
Many of you know Rachael Harrie at Rach Writes. Rachael is the blogger behind the Platform-Building Crusade that is running in tandem with the A to Z Challenge. The interesting idea of her Crusade will be repeated starting August 22, 2011 to October 31, 2011. If you are interested in building up your following and having more networking opportunities like A to Z then visit Rach Writes for more information.
What are some interesting ideas that you might have run across during the A to Z Challenge? Do you have any of your own interesting ideas that you'd like to share?
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