Writing Machines is the course website for English 170L at Pomona College in Claremont, California.
A sort of silly question
This question of this post arose from looking at two other recent posts: a bird's post on how long we're planning to leave our final projects up online; and zoey's on what the blog would look like if it was less structured. Just kind of a free-for-all. Length of posts, amount of posts, content of posts, all completely open.
While the matter of leaving our projects up or taking them down is a matter of our own choosing, KF has told us that both the blog and wiki will continue to remain up and running after the semester's close. I suppose that will be something of an opportunity to see what would have happened had this blogging assignment been a more or less optional "free-for-all." Being a student, and being well-acquainted with standard levels of student motivation (or lack thereof) and free time (severe lack thereof), I feel a bit preposterous asking this question, but: can any of you envision yourselves continuing to post to the blog or the wiki, even just occasionally, after 5 o'clock today? As for me, I find it difficult to imagine my own answer being yes, but on the other hand, after having spent so much time with the blog and the wiki this semester, it's pretty hard to imagine not coming back to check for updates, leave a comment, etc.