I know I “failed” BEDS, but I actually got something out of it. I’m not in the mood to spend an entire post discussing the following list, hence why it is merely in bullet points.
- I don’t need to please my visitors, because my visitors have no say in what goes on on 6birds. It’s my site; I can do what I want with it. I don’t have to fit into that stupid, pointless stereotype that says all websites have to do certain things in order for ___ to happen. It’s my website; I’ll do it my way.
- I am actually really creative, and as long as I really want to, I can do almost anything with that creativity. Because of this, I will be releasing some visitor content soon here.
- I like the thought of having a hosting website, but actually running one isn’t what I want to do. Dehlu is merely going to be a hosting service for people that need/want hosting. Extra space and a reseller account can be purchased for a small fee. Oh – and advertising, too.
- It’s not difficult to write 1000 words, even if only one topic is involved.
- I don’t want to do BEDS anymore, because I wanted to do it in order to fit in with a lot of people who did BEDA. However, I may challenge myself to do BEDA next year during April.
- I like it when 6birds has a lot of “me” in it. I just do. I love it because people can get to know me without even meeting me… It’s kind of an amazing feeling.
- I don’t have to return a reply that’s made online right away. It just isn’t more important than an offline reply (unless it’s something that’s urgent).
- A lot of people that review websites these days are biased. It’s as though they care more about their opinion of the website rather than the opinion of the person who runs the website. Why can’t someone return a comment on their own website rather than the commenter’s? If you don’t like something, keep it to yourself. A website review doesn’t need to consist of merely your likes and dislikes.