Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Featured blogger of the week

Arash Farzaneh is an aspiring writer who is currently working as a language professor at a private university in Mexico and a Suite 101 Contributor. Arash has a Master’s in French literature. He has studied psychology and finds it fascinating (but falling second to literature). He is interested in languages (can speak five languages), writing, cinema, music, philosophy, history, psychology, religion and anything in-between.

He considers blogs as modern day versions of confessions because priests are not to be trusted and psychologists are too expensive. Anyway Arash is hoping that it will serve as a form of a dialogue to communicate with the outside world. He also thinks that it would be a good way to get others to read and perhaps appreciate his work. You can fid out more about his work at http://www.arashworld.blogspot.com/. Feel free to disagree because he can take it. Warning: He may cry a bit and punch the wall, but will understand at the end. At least he is making a promise to do so. By the way he is expecting to become a proud father soon. So I wish both of you and the baby all the best.

I must thank all the bloggers who responded positively to be featured here. Please be patient till I go through your blogs and select randomly. If you want to be included in this list please contact me or submit your URL here. By the way, any blogs that are pornographic, defamatory, libelous, tortuous, vulgar, obscene, invasive of privacy, racially or ethnically objectionable, hateful, promotes or provides instructional information about illegal activities, or promotes any act of cruelty to animals will not be featured. Good thing I found this list. Actually, I also don’t know meanings of some of these words. But anyway find a dictionary and check whether you have any of these because I really do not like to reject a request but will have no other option to do so if it is necessary.

3 comments:

Wendy said...

Congratulations on your Award.

Here's hoping you receive many more

Justin Wright said...

I agree, blogs are a great way to let out your confessions. It allows us to share our thoughts, opinions, and anything else we want with the world. It is amazing how it all works, but I am growing to love it.

Keep up the good work.

bungkilan said...

semoga berjaya dalam pencalonan tersebut...