There is a pretty interesting essay in todays SVD (Swedish newspaper) about how photography is changing the way people see themselves. According to the writer it started, in one sense, with the use of mirrors back in the 16th century. With todays fast cameras the self image evolution is raging. There is of course a difference in seeing ones visual appearance and reflecting on ones thoughts. The thoughts being more connected to actions (you have not forgotten David Humes belief/desire model for human motivation have you) and to morals. According to the author you investigate and develop your inner self by making it possible to view your mind from a third person perspective. Simply by writing a journal, or by other means getting it out of yourself. The big question in the end is if a different use of technology can shift the focus and make us see ourselves from the inside instead of the outside, so that we can care more for our moral, intellectual and creative sides. My question is if the blog doesn’t do that for us?