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Remembering The Outdoors: Internet Technology
Remembering The Outdoors

By: David Rader II on December 09, 2007 @ 7:48 AM

These days, there's millions of people who blog about their lives, how their co-workers suck, how things on the internet are going, how new video games aren't as good as they had hoped, but when it comes to the out doors... It's lacking.

Over on Blogcatalog, I clicked on directory and found something awakening, but not surprising. I've heard "you need to get out" before. I don't like out though. Out sucks. Nah, I'm just kidding. I love the out doors. Apparently we really are losing touch with the outdoors though...

Imagine 50 years from now, there will be much less outdoors to speak of, and all of the people who blogged would have missed their chance to blog about something that was disappearing.

I live in an area where the outdoor view is a brick house across the street. Although I don't mind brick houses, it doesn't give me an opportunity to share nature with anyone very much.

I'm just putting this word out there to all of the people who want to blog about something timeless, don't know what to blog about, or are looking for something extra to blog.

There's not many people blogging about nature right now, and if something starts where people begin blogging more about nature, great. Everyones works will be just as timeless. When nature is gone, people will truly miss it, and those works will become relics of a lost era. People may one day be writing of forests as if the forest itself, not the creatures in them were the mystical nouns of fairy tales.

Forests were once referred to as mystical places when people didn't know what was in them, because they were afraid to go in. In the future, people may refer to forests as mystical because they don't remember what's in them. Blog about nature, help people remember it.


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