My First Avatar, My First Step on WordPress

17 thoughts on “My First Avatar, My First Step on WordPress”

    1. Blogging is fun. Although sometime it gets lonely and boring when you don’t get as many comments/responses as you expect. But if the desire to blog comes from within, you will be able to keep it up. Best of luck with that. :)


  1. You’ve come a long way Sajib. Glad you can blog from your own computer now. I started blogging in February 2010. I did 6 posts for the month and had 145 views, in part because I pestered people i knew to please read my blog!


  2. “Back when I registered, I had no computer of my own. I used to blog, check emails, send writings to newspaper from public computer cafes.”

    I never knew you had a rough wordpress days. That is really tiring going to public computer cafes back and forth and also the environment, sometimes it is dusty and sometimes its noisy. Good thing you can blog now at home.


    1. Not only tiring, lot more problems. First I had to save money to spend on those cafes, then those computers were full of malwares and viruses, and not to mention awfully slow. Yes I had rough days.


  3. Hello Sajib :)

    That picture is really so beautiful and I didn’t know it was on my system all the time!

    I have experienced something similar. Though I used to write in forums from cyber cafes and had to face all those things–it was still fun because it was new and thrilling :)

    You have kept a blog for 7 years here which is remarkable! I feel deleting posts was not wise, still what is done is done!

    I unfortunately joined WordPress only in July 2015. I blogged on blogger since 2011. :)

    I feel WordPress is much better in many aspects.

    It is nice to meet you :)

    Love and light <3

    Anand :)

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    1. Hi,

      Thanks for your comment! You won’t believe the things that ship with your operating system. :D And I mean that in a positive way. :P Windows 7 shipped with a few awesome themes and wallpapers that were hidden deep within the C drive. I’ve discovered new things years after owning a computer.

      It used to be a pretty common thing to discover new things until the internet became mainstream. Nowadays, you get to know what’s buried deep inside something on the day it releases to the public — and sometimes even before that — on tech blogs and news sites. :)

      Also, nice to meet you, too. :)

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