This weeks GGB is Rebellious Arab Girl, Mona. Her survey is below.
Screen Name: RebelliousArabGirl
Personal Blog: http://www.rebelliousarabgirl.net
Social Networks: Twitter, MyBlogLog, Mashable.
Current Employment: Sr. Multimedia Programmer
I had too many reasons to say NO! to everything wrong that I saw in my life and needed to be addressed and questioned.
I am very unpredictable. One day I may talk about romantic music, and another day I would be so angry about something that you can feel the anger permeating off your computer screen while you read it.
I am a modern blog! I blog short and daily posts. I like short posts because I use a lot of sarcasm, and sarcasm cannot be long. It has to be short and sweet with a sugar coating of TLC.
I include any type of multimedia that won't slow down my site.
I was a geek girl before I was a blogger. I have been using computers all my life. I even made my first animated movie with stick figures back in 1990, when I was 9 years old, and that's when the geekiness dawned to the world. I like technology and it is my greatest passion on earth. I always carry the latest gadgets and I am just fascinated with geeky toys. As for blogging, it was a great method to show off my creativity. I am a programmer and graphics designer, and I showed my skills via my site's design. However, I wanted to keep my writing skills up to date, and not forget that I am also a creative writer and I am actually a good writer. So I decided that I should start writing, and that's how my blog addiction started. It was a new medium of social networking, but it was a personal one that I was able to define and control. I made it my own. I could have easily just made a site with some wallpapers or mini animations, but why should I focus on one thing, when I can focus on all aspects of my self instead. That's why my blog has a lot of my creative artistic and digital work, and obviously my daily posts.
I think blogs are the best place for geeks of all types to show off their multitude of talents.