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The Root of a Blogger

Blogging have today taken the world with a storm and a social cultural influential force

As per the survey data, there are today more than 10 million of bloggers between the ages of 13 to 29 years. This incredible success is definitely having a greater effect on the minds of the bloggers too.

Many mental activities direct a change in our brain structure and its functioning too. We can warrant several supportive conclusions based upon different findings regarding the changes brought about by blogging in the mind or brain of the human being.

1. Blogging helps to promote logical, analytical and critical thinking:

Many blogs are a collection of affluent and creative ideas, critique and active exchanges. Many blogs foster open and wide interaction, conversation with other competitive and likeminded blogs and online sources. These blogs also invite feedback and comments from valuable readers. Posts also form a way to create threads or links to other online web site pages and materials. Blogs forms an ideal format that creates promotes and encourages analytical and critical thinking.

2. Blogging also promotes intuitive, creative and associational thinking

Blogging promotes associational thinking more powerfully than any other media tool. Blogs need to be updated more frequently to remain abreast of its competitors in an online market. This invariably promotes raw thinking and spontaneity. Many known writers like Henri Poincare have recommended Blog writing experience without any thought as one that awakens ideal association.

3. Blogs also promotes analogical thinking positively

The recent surveys shows that many US students remain much behind their peer groups when it comes to the problem solving or critical thinking ability. This is basically due to a decline in teaching or conducting lectures on rhetoric, critical analysis, persuasive thinking and writing ability. However, many professionals especially the attorneys and academicians exchange their intellectual rigor by writing blogs. Young aspiring thinkers can take an added advantage of these professional Blog-based exchanges of ideas and critics to evaluate arguments and witness from the analogical terms and develop their own individual thinking analogical abilities.

4. Blogging explores an access to quality information

There are many arguments and facts that link different blogs in the form of threads and websites. An addition of primary material source and reference work promotes a far deeper exposure and understanding to the eminent information. These sources are further utilized to seed many other technical, analytical and creative projects.

5. Blogging makes an effective combination of social interaction and a solitary reflection

Blogging combines people working for self with other people. This directly influences a powerful community brainstorming more especially among the young peers group. Blogging helps a writer to make effective plans and that too within a well defined time limit. It also enables a quick response from the readers in the form of comments and feedback too. More the responses received, more it opens new thought avenues in the form of circulated posts and collected comments.

Blogging is thus considers as a most effective and quality tool for brain development. It also holds a substantial potential in the field of education by encouraging and taking the creative exchange and societal communication to an entirely new level of world.

About the author: Bethany is a writer by profession. She is really fond of gadgets. She recently bought an Android Mp3 Player for herself. Last day she read a creative article about Apple iMac that dragged her attention.

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