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Why do I love (Internet) trolls?
Until recently, I did not know anything about the word trawl fishing line’, which refers to the Internet. Now that I’m familiar with it and its various applications, I think it’s a great expression that goes to the heart of what many bloggers are doing.
The word has a long history; we all know the form of the noun, but as a verb it comes from the French hunting term’troller’, which is no longer used. In modern English, it refers to the technique used in fishing. It is logical that he has entered the blog/internet encyclopedia, because while fishermen and women “drag” their bait in the hope of being able to bite, web commentators provoke metaphorical bites by saying insulting, rebellious, colourless, irrelevant or provocative things.
Of course, blog commentators fall into different categories and some are not trolls at all; some commentators comment respectfully and appropriately on whether what they say is negative or positive. But trolls by definition say something demeaning, stupid, critical, moderately inspired, irrelevant
As a writer, I quickly fell in love with what others think of my work. Commentators give what theorists call “paratel text” or “metattext” – texts that surround and comment on the original text. In the printing world these terms refer to things like reviews, interviews with the author or creator, advertisements, etc. The pairs/text give us an idea of the place the text occupies in their culture – how was it accepted? Who is your listener?
Comments will be made directly orally/metallic. In the analysis of texts, whether they are literature, film, television or other media, public perception is an important factor. A critic can interpret a text indefinitely, but how do we know that his lecture reflects what the public thinks of it? Blogs give us an immediate answer, just scroll down and read the comments. Comments become an integral part of this experience. Some commentators, including trolls, add a new level of entertainment to the original message.
I love trolls, because they do the work for my jobs. Initially I found it annoying that mid-level spiritual commentators spoke of my views and in some cases even attacked me as a person, for example, the following commentary will be left for an article written under the name of a pen I use from time to time:
What hatred! What a shame! But the truth is, I love every word. Scroll: You’re taking me down. You give my contributions more strength and sometimes you say things that are more fun than what I wrote at first.
Roles have become an integral part of the blogosphere. Some trolls are legendary, for example perfect circles, comments in almost all thought catalogues, something that makes me a bit LOL. Now, the trolls, that’s what I have to tell you: Save the troll line. CT scan test