Jonathan May-Bowles, who shoved a humble pie into the face of media baron Rupert Murdoch, is presently serving a six-week sentence at the Wandsworth Prison in London. However, even the harsh prison life has not managed to silence this avid blogger, who keeps updating his blog on a regular basis. His recent entries, which bear details of his experience in prison, are quite the eye-openers about prison life, with vivid descriptions of his suffering. And his blog has more readers tuning in with each passing day, and posting comments to provide him with moral support.
This goes to show that even nowadays, when social media has emerged as the most popular medium for people to share their experiences with others, blogging has retained its popularity. Truly, blogs give people the chance to pack in a lot of details for visitors to read, and that too in a single post, which is impossible in any kind of social media. And this is the reason blogging is going to stay popular for years to come, even with new social media networks popping up on the Internet every other day.