As you might know, school is ending (in Canada). So today I am here to go over everything that happened on my blog this year. I will first go over the digital citizenship rules that I learned, like: online privacy (ex: staying anonymous and not telling any personal information). Also: intellectual property (ex: not “stealing” images, or copyrighting items). Another useful skill that I picked up this year, was grammar, and not just any ordinary grammar, but rather beautiful grammar. I also had the chance to learn about many widgets, and their uses. I learned about widgets such as: the sidebar, the “blog squad”, the “tag cloud” and two fun widgets known as: the map counter: counts how many visitors you have and where they are from, and the: world time widget: tells the time of pretty much every country in the world. One of my favorite things on the blog that I “own” is the “assigned writing”, because A: it’s usually a fun topic, and B: it really let’s my voice “express itself”. One of my least favorite things on my blog is the comments, because they can sometimes glitch out and crash WordPress, or they can just simply be hard to post. In fact, I once had to wait twenty minutes just to post one little comment. Anyway, let’s move on. My favorite post on my blog is by far this one, because I really get to connect with the readers and go into detail about my blog. My least favorite post, is “Breaking Stalin’s Nose”, because it was useless. I wrote that post thinking I was done, only to find out that I needed to write an even bigger essay version of it on February 4 2016. PS: the mini post about “Breaking Stalin’s Nose” is able to be seen on the third page (posted on December 7 2015). One thing that definitely made me happy, was that I had been in the semi-finals for the best blog of St-Lawrence. I think that my strongest post was my “Success” post, because I really used my voice. Before I began blogging, I was an extremely slow typist, but after I started my blog, my skills quickly went up. I started to type WAY quicker, for example: before= 100 words in 22 minutes. After= 250 in 14 minutes. Plus, I had a head start on computer technology, because my mom is a nurse teacher, and she sometimes works from home. So, she would sit in the living room for up to almost four hours just typing. She sometimes wrote documents of 3000 words. She was very supportive with the idea of a blog and was even willing to teach me how to improve mine. On the other hand, my dad uses the computer for other educational reasons, like: research, tutorials and educative videos. I hope that once my sister is my age, she will also have a blog, so I can read her cool content and see how good her writing and grammar is. I also encourage young readers to come take one final look at my fresh content. And for the final time, goodbye.
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