How do weblogs help writers work in ways that are different than traditional writings in traditional formats both formal and informal?
Is this difference one of quality or does it act simply to enhance our traditional writing process goals?
Will weblogs help students in a traditional setting (the freshman composition class) become differently better or similarly better than the help we traditionallly provide to students?
Is the difference one that students experience subjectively but is not demostrable objectively or is the difference for the better both objectively and subjectively showable?
I’m going to let those settle for a while as I warm up in front of the fire. That’s about the only thing I like about snow, you know…you have to build a fire.