Monday, June 2, 2008
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Friday, March 21, 2008
Blogger villager, at Electronic Village has a great post on the Evolution of the AfroSpear
The AfroSpear continues to evolve from its origin a few short months ago when FreeSlave and others ruminated on 'What to do in the Afrosphere'.
There is a blogosphere out there with a kazillion bloggers. The blogosphere is not very diverse according to the Washington Post. Some white bloggers and some Black bloggers. The Black bloggers make up something that is commonly referred to as the "Blackosphere".
Within the "Blackosphere" are many Black bloggers posting information on any number of subjects. Those concerned African Diaspora bloggers who discuss problems that affect people of African descent, create solutions and action plans to solve those problems, and enact the plans using Internet resources evolved into a more intimate group known as the "Afrosphere". This group is organizing with itself as an Afrosphere Bloggers Association.
And deep within the soul of the "Afrosphere" is the vanguard of bloggers of African descent known as "The AfroSpear". The AfroSpear works to carve a path for our people into this 21st century. In effect, the AfroSpear is the realization of an online think tank for Black progressives to discuss, muse, and ruminate issues that affect our communities. The AfroSpear is not a monolithic entity ... but rather a virtual force that encourages lively debate, discourse, and an occasional disagreement as we hone a thought or platform on a particular issue.
Francis Holland created a diagram that shows this evolution in a more visual manner.
Thursday, February 7, 2008
This "Technorati Favorites Exchange" aims to get my blog on the top 100 list.
To get there I will need the help of all my readers so please read carefully.
What is the Technorati Experiment?
It is a simple Technorati favorite exchange. I want to see if it’s possible to boost an African American Technorati ranking and yours with this simple approach. Everytime a blog like yours or mine is favorited in Technorati, it’s rank will increase.
How does it work?
By clicking it you will add me to your Technorati favorites.
Once you have added me to your favorites please post your blog and your Technorati username in the comments section of this post. I will add all the blogs in the comments to my Technorati favorites and help you to increase your ranking.
Is this useful?
To me it is. Technorati ranking is used to measure a lot of things. To learn more about Technorati rank, you can read this article.
So what are you waiting for? Add me to your Technorati favorites by clicking this button:Black Blog Resources