Category Blogging

The Net Is Mightier Than The Sword – James Corbett at TEDxGroningen

Black Blogger Revealed as Paid Corporate Hack

Black Blogger Revealed as Paid Corporate Hack Yvette Carnell As founder of BreakingBrown, I’ve said on several occasions that many of the people in the black blogosphere and Twitterverse are paid provocateurs instead [of] writers with a vested interest in the black community. 537 MORE WORDS  

Is This Cartoon Racist?

I don’t think so. The Ugly Lie of Glenn Foden’s ‘It’s Not My Fault That Gravity is Racist’ Editorial Cartoon I am curious as to your reactions and thoughts about this editorial cartoon by Glenn Foden. My reaction?  It makes a good point. Obviously gravity is not racist. But racist opposition has often been given […]

The Rise of the Reader

From tomdispatch.com In the “golden age of journalism,” here’s what I could once do.  In the 1960s and early 1970s, I read the New York Times (as I still do in print daily), various magazines ranging from the New Yorker and Ramparts to “underground” papers like the Great Speckled Bird when they happened to fall into my hands, and I.F. Stone’s Weekly (to which I subscribed), […]

Dept. of Homeland Security Forced to Release List of Keywords Used to Monitor Social Networking Sites

http://www.forbes.com PAGE 2 OF 2 The complete DHS Analyst’s Desktop Binder is available here. You can read the original article at the DailyMail.co.uk

Trolls-R-Us

Ghost Blogs

Interesting. Stats reveal that I get as many if not more visitors to my original blogs even though I no longer blog there. I’m in an awkward position of not being able to blog there (without significant inconvenience) and for some strange glitch I am unable to transport them to my new blogs. So there […]