Bootcamp Reflection

I learned a lot from these two weeks of bootcamp. I learned how to make a blog. I learned about feedly, copyright, and RSS. I didn’t know about most of these things before starting but I am so glad that I did. Now I can be more efficient online and more prepared for this class. Also I realized that I do really enjoy blogging and reading what other people post.

I struggled with blogging at first. I wasn’t sure how I should set up my page or exactly what I should be posting but I kind of got the hang of it. I am still trying to figure out what to post but I think I am getting better at coming up with ideas. I also needed to get used to due dates during bootcamp. I missed one deadline and I was really mad at myself. That’s one thing I want to work on, checking online every day to make sure I’ve done what I need to and have posted what I need to post.

Some of my posts are about things going on in my life or things that I am generally interested in while others are more specific and address topics for the class Weblogs and Wikis. I think bootcamp did a good job preparing me by giving these things to write and read about. I feel I know a lot more about social media and some of these topics we have discussed. I feel ready and I am excited to continue this semester and learn more about these things.

Here are the links to all of my completed work:

My Blog

My Twitter

My Gravitar


Chicago, Illinois

Blogging for the first time…

Chicago, Illinois


Creative Commons and Intellectual Property


Tuping (Typing)

Some cool blogs to check out…

I also made a Feedly account, here’s a link to the website: Feedly


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