Tino Buntic has created a 2,000 bloggers’ page, and yours truly is among the folks listed there. Others, such as Ed Reif, are using the venture for other ideas. Ed is supporting one initiative to vote folks off, getting the number to 150.
I love this page. All cultures, genders, walks of life—what the internet should be about. Not big corporations. Not nations. Not even a select group of bloggers.
Good on Tino for expressing it in such a visual way. Watch it load—the page is huge—and it’s like the photos are jumping for position, as though the page were alive.
There’s no shortcut here. Tino selected the pics and put them in.
Two thousand is still a huge number, but I like the recognition. Not long ago, there was talk about who was an A-list blogger. I prefer to think of the blogosphere as far more democratic, where everyone’s voice can be Googled, and read. Let the dialogue continue. Posted by Jack Yan, 09:58
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