Friday, April 27, 2007

New Link Added

A reader sent in this link to be added to the list on the left

A little bio sent to me, taken from a Rabb post, I am told: "Rabb writes Afro-Netizen from his Mount Airy home; he has lived here a little more than three years, happily trailing his wife to Philadelphia after she got a job teaching law at Rutgers and Penn. Newspaper blood flows through the 35-year-old Yale graduate - his family publishes the Baltimore Afro-American newspaper - but his own roots are in entrepreneurism and political activism. He worked on Capitol Hill as a legislative aide to former U.S. Sen. Carol Moseley Braun (D., Ill.)."

The message begins:
Blogging While Black

By Christopher Rabb, Afro-Netizen
Posted on February 18, 2005, Printed on April 27, 2007
Alternet Story

BLOGS (N. PL.) (FROM "WEB LOGS"): online journals housed on a web site whose content ranges from accounts of the authors' personal lives to celebrity gossip to electoral politics.

In 2004, "blogging" was on the lips of millions of Americans, despite the fact most people didn't know what the term meant beyond the idea that it somehow influenced the evolving landscape of American politics.

The site address is Afro-Netizen.


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