Metamorphosis usually proceeds in distinct stages, usually starting with larva or nymph, optionally passing through pupa, and ending as adult.
The immature stages of a species that metamorphises are usually called larvae. But in the complex metamorphosis of many insect species, only the first stage is called a larva and sometimes even that bears a different name; the distinction depends on the nature of the metamorphosis.
Your Web AddiCT(s); are not the only bloggers undergoing a blogging metamorphosis.
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An explanation of the stages of blogging metamorphosis:
- Some blogs hatch from a WordPress version 2.0.* egg already having the general form of the adult, and the metamorphosis to adult form is usually marked mainly by the development of plugins and new themes. This type of metamorphosis is called simple, gradual, or incomplete metamorphosis.
- Other mulit-user blogs are laid using the WordPressMU 1.0 enabling many multimediations to enter the blogosphere.
- The blogosphere nymphs then proceed to consume there encasing shell by creating their 1st posts saying Saluton Mondo to a new world.
- The blog larvae, commonly called a blog caterpillar is a posting machine. It is often very attractively coloured, sometimes cryptically so, and sometimes, if it is poisonous, warningly so. Whichever they are fun to read.
- New blogs grow quickly in most cases as all they do is post and read other blogs via RSS. Once the blogging caterpillar is full grown it forms a locally hosted pupa.
- The pupa is often called a commentÃ‚Â cocoon or trackback chrysalis, this is because the blog pupa is often shiny like a crystal wrapped in a new theme. Inside the blog pupa a miracle happens and the worm-like blog caterpillar turns into an adult blogger or sidebar skank with delicious plugins.
- Typically (though not exclusively), blog species in which the adult form outlives the juvenile form undergo complex metamorphosis.
This post is a result of sleeping through class, during the callmore time dial-up days, in the back of Biology class as a result of doing HTML Tutorials instead of homework after hours. It is amazing what the subconcious is able to absorb.