September 28, 2004

So far, so good.

So, term has begun. Apart from a few little hiccups here and there, the first few days into term has been successful for Warwick Blogs.

In terms of numbers of new blogs/entries/comments, the last few days have been great. As of right now, today has seen:

  • New blogs: 78
  • New entries: 108
  • New comments: 98

Obviously everyone is still just trying out blogs and finding their feet. Some people will love and continue to blog (we hope), and others will lose interest (if they had any in the first place).

People have obivously requested blogs for personal use…ranting seems to be a favoured type of entry :)
There have been a couple of blogs registered for societies and for modules. As we get into term a little further, and as the first few weeks madness eases a little (yes I was a Fresher here once…7 years ago…it does calm down…a bit), I hope to find people using blogs more both socially and academically.

I fully hope to see Top Banana photos in people's galleries, entries telling the world (or a select group) all about their night of drinking and people writing about their latest seminar or their thoughts about the final year project. Quite what the ratio of those kinds of entries is going to be like, who knows.

I guess we'll just wait and see…

As ever, if you want to give us some feedback (and we love feedback), please visit our blog feedback forum (you have to be logged in) and let us know what you think about Warwick Blogs, and yes, we can take constructive criticism :)


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  1. Not a thing wrong with ranting. You don't think we're using this for educational purposes or something, do you? No no no. It's so we can safely air all our grievances and not become social outcasts for complaining too much.

    29 Sep 2004, 17:20


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