Process Posts

  • Process Posts,  PUB 101

    Process Post #7

    Oh my goodness!! Who could believe it? The lecture was cancelled due to snow! I mean, I love this class and all…it’s obvious by all the single efforts I put on my contents and my progress…but I honestly did a little happy dance when I found out this announcement on our Discord group…LOL! Especially since my flight got delayed for four hours at Monday late night because of the same snowstorm; talk about a stroke of luck! But I’m not just sitting around twiddling my thumbs. I’ve decided to tackle these readings head-on, and I am glad I did! At first, I was like, “Oh no, so many readings!” But then I started reading, and to be honest some…

  • Process Posts,  PUB 101

    Process Post #5

    Editing plays a crucial role in the publishing process, shaping the final product that reaches the reader.  This week, I gained a deeper appreciation for the art of editing during a lecture, realizing how each of us, consciously or unconsciously, is involved in the process of curating our online content. The lecture opened my eyes to the multitude of creative opportunities that come with the role of editor and curator.  From evaluating content that aligns with a publisher’s goals and standards, to checking grammar and spelling, and adding alt text for accessibility, editors are instrumental in creating polished pieces that resonate with readers on both conscious and unconscious levels.  I…

  • Process Posts,  PUB 101

    Process Post #4

    This week I read about the concept of a personal public and counter public, and it really got me thinking about my own audience. Who have I been imagining as I write my blog? How has that imaginary audience informed my blog decisions? It’s been interesting to reflect on how my perception of my audience has changed since I started writing this blog. At first, I imagined an audience of people who were seeking personal growth and self-affirmation, just like me. But as I’ve continued writing, I’ve realized that there is a much broader range of people who might be interested in what I have to say. So, going forward,…

  • Process Posts,  PUB 101

    Process Post #3

    Hi all! This is my third process post, and I’m really starting to get the hang of this online thing! This week, I read this week readings and reflected on them. I also worked on my website online and things are definitely starting to come together! My website outline – what i need to do, how it will function The last week during my website outline journey has been an amazing yet challenging one. during this process, I’ve drafted a site map (you can see it below) that features such as  PUB 101, WEEKLY CONTENTS, as the categories on my navigation bar, I have also put the  ABOUT ME and HOME page in navigation bar for more user-friendliness. Additionally,…

  • Process Posts,  PUB 101

    Process Post #2:

    You may have thought the hardest part of making a website is coming up with the content, but as it turns out, installation and setup can be pretty tricky too. This week, I installed WordPress and had some difficulties along the way. But despite the challenges, it was really rewarding to see my hard work pay off. In this post, I’ll share my decisions about my blog content, rationales, and what I’ve learned through this process. Stay tuned for more exciting updates to come! Thanks for following along. WordPress installation process This week I installed WordPress for the first time. Before this, I was familiar with working with Wix and…

  • Process Posts,  PUB 101

    Process Post #1

    How Often Do You Talk to Strangers?   In the social media age, it’s almost too easy to reach out and start a conversation with anyone in the world. But what about talking to strangers in real life? It can be intimidating, but I’ve found that talking to strangers in real life can be just as rewarding and meaningful as talking to them online. Let me explain why!   Difference Between Online and Offline Conversations   When you are talking to someone online, there is no face-to-face interaction or physical presence. You don’t have to worry about what the other person looks like, how they dress, their body language, etc.…

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