互联网有没有记忆不知道，人是有记忆的(I don’t know if the Internet has memory. People have memory)
Today, when I was writing a blog, I suddenly thought of the blog many years ago. I wrote some articles on Microsoft MSN space and Baidu space. Later, with the participation of work, the blog was also abandoned. So far, I have written more than three years of blogs and more than 50 articles in the blog park. At present, the experience of blogging in the blog park is a little similar to that in baidu space. They are almost simple without advertising and can be accessed at a high speed.
At this time, I want to find the two lost blog sites.
Baidu space search journey.
Although these spaces are closed, it’s a bunch of people’s memories, just like Renren. From this point of view, the traces left by each of us on the Internet can be easily erased by giants, and can also be carefully taken care of and retained, which all lie in the people behind. Netease blog was also closed later. It’s not clear how to migrate, because I haven’t written about it (update: Netease blog will permanently keep all the records of bloggers and provide the function of migrating to Lofter).
Therefore, I understand those who still insist on blogging, especially those who build their own sites. They have the ability to control their own data. They really have the the final say in their own territory. Even if it is closed due to force majeure or renewal, you can back up the blog before and start again when you have time. For many programmers, they enjoy the feeling of freedom just like writing code. Think about how intoxicated everyone was in the short time when they were listening to the music on the radio in Shawshank Redemption.
Mactalk mentioned “writing is thinking” in his blog. The document is short, but it is worth looking at.