diary & journal sites
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Genie The only site that analyzes your journal. (There is a charge but
you can try this service free for five days.)
This is a comprehensive starting-point for both writers and readers of
online journals. Whether you call them diarists, journalers, or bloggers,
they've got everything you need to know all about the people who tell all.
Way Things Were Today This is a very useful and historic site. When
you enter a date you'll find a diary entry from some time, usually long ago,
to read. If you'd like to search for an entry by a favorite writer, enter
the author's last name in the empty box under where you would choose a date
and then click on the box that says 'Find Diary By Author's Name.' In both
instances, you'll see a notation with the author's name and the date of the
diary entry. These are links and by clicking on them you can read the
actual diary text.
the Journey This is an online journal writing workshop. In it, you
can explore some of the concepts important to journal writing and complete
exercises designed to teach new journal writing techniques. The features
section explores topics of interest to journal writers.
Journals The1000journalproject is an independent, privately funded
social experiment. It is an attempt to follow 1000 journals throughout their
travels, to see where they go, and what people do with them.