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Friday, May 14, 2010

Why this New IT Discussions blog? And, what is W3LC *

The reason for starting a blog can vary depending on the individual. Some people may start a blog as a way to share their thoughts, ideas, and experiences with a wider audience, while others may use a blog as a platform to promote their business or personal brand. Some possible reasons for starting a blog include:

  • Sharing a particular interest or passion
  • Building a personal brand or reputation
  • Offering insights or advice on a specific topic
  • Connecting with like-minded individuals or building a community
  • Building a platform for a business or product
  • providing a creative outlet for writing or photography
  • Sharing your journey and progress to a particular goal
  • Documenting and keeping a record of your personal growth and development
  • Making money through advertising and affiliate marketing

Earlier I started Due to me migration to a permanent Gmail account, Google was not able to provide me access to my previous blog. (Already reported this bug). Btw, the reason of starting this and previous blog is (already posted in previous blog) - The world lacked a good blog on seriously good IT discussions.

The proves are...

1) You are reading this.

2) The Domain name was available! 

3) I was not into writing blogs prior to this!!

So, here comes an attempt to fill up this void... IT-Discussions!! 
Looking forward to seeing you read, enjoy, and comment. Learning would, of course, be a side-effect.

Later the blog was renamed to W3LC or the World Wide Web Learner's Consortium. A learners' consortium is a group of individuals or organizations that come together to share resources, knowledge, and expertise in order to support learning and professional development. The purpose of a learners' consortium is to provide opportunities for individuals to learn and grow in a collaborative and supportive environment. Consortium members may include schools, universities, businesses, non-profits, and government agencies. They typically work together to create and deliver educational programs, share best practices, and develop new technologies and approaches to learning. Consortiums can be focused on a specific subject area or industry, and they can be local, regional, national or international in scope. They are a great way to provide learners with access to a wide range of resources and support that they may not otherwise have access to.

Warm wishes,
New-IT-Discussions Team
(Earlier, IT-Discussions Team)
Mow - W3LC - World Wide Web Learner's Consortium

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