Okay, it's the last day that counts for blogging, and we've read two chapters of a book that we've already overanalyzed in class and overblogged about. I can't think of anything new to say about the writing style, I have no idea what the significance of the character's names are, and I still don't understand why (or even when) Faulkner switches point-of-view. For this reason, I've decided not to do what alot of people usually do and repeat something our teacher said in class in a slightly different way and put a question mark at the end. Instead, and I don't know if I'll get credit for blogging this week, but I'm going to ask a question irrelevant to the book, but one that I've been thinking about since blogging began:
Has blogging actually been helpful to anyone, and if so in what circumstance? I know some people use it to try and get help on their papers, but do you usually get helpful advice?
This isn't a loaded question, I actually want to know how it can help me instead of annoy me for the next semester. If you never read anyone else's post, don't care about the blog itself, and never follow up on comments to your own posts, say it. We could used a good discussion about this.