More and more users rely on their thoughts online diaries. The whole world – a multimedia platform, and the people in it – bloggers. Or maybe both – to keep or not keep? That better reflects the meaning of Hamlet-like reflections depictions of their hopes and fears? Whatever it was, the mention of Shakespeare in a conversation about online diaries, it is only fitting, since a blog can rightly be called a monologue of 21 century – heartfelt, passionate, honest, entirely absorbed by another and no one in particular is not addressed. And I must say, nobody is not readable. If only some of them were written in the same beautiful language, like Hamlet's soliloquy But what to take with democratic Internet? Recently, the company Harris Interactive released a study showing that nearly a tenth of Internet users started a blog, and this figure suggests that keeping a diary – not just a teenage habit.
17 October charitable organizations such as the National Trust and English Heritage, called on all Britons to call to place an entry from a blog site historymatters.org.uk, that there was a picture of them one day in the life of the country. Sometime blogs famous for the fact that people told them about his sex life, political opinions, or just about what they ate for lunch. Now increasingly on the agenda of the news. Who would have thought that the leader of the Conservative Party David Cameron, too, succumbs to the universal passion? Nevertheless, he keeps a diary, and places where video, where thinking about politics or cleans the kitchen and in the background are his children.