Livejournal, Myspace, Xanga
These are all good things. Writing in a blog, an online journal, is not only therapeautic, but it also allows the user’s “friends” to know about his or her life when a phone call, for example, would take too much time. Being able to post pictures of family vacations or birthdays saves on postage when you want to send these memories to Aunt Sue or Grandma Betty. Friends and family are allowed instant access into your life, often, along with everyone else.
Therein lies the problem.