It’s Pledge Drive time at Minnesota Public Radio! That means one thing to me – I better get my own Pledge Drive in while I can. It’s been two years since I tried an in-blog pledge drive, and the results were mixed. But I have to try again.
Welcome to another Barataria in-blog Pledge Drive! There’s a survey at the end where you can tell me just what you think anonymously and easily, whether you give or not.
It’s mid-August, about the time that people’s minds turn away from the beach and back to school and work. Somewhere in here, there will be attention paid to the election, too. The way things are right now is about all anyone will notice when they get back at it.
So let’s check back on a number of stories we’ve talked about here and see how they developed.
When I write these blog pieces, I’m sitting alone in my kitchen relating the best information I can on a topic. That doesn’t mean I cover any of them thoroughly. Your comments always raise new perspectives that sometimes flat-out school me – and either make my arguments stronger or tell me to drop them. I can’t thank you enough for this great experience in social media, where community works together to arrive at something like “truth”.
Lately there have been a number of loose ends that have come to my attention from other sources, however. Those, combined with an interest in longer replies say that it’s time to tie a few things back together. It’s all good!
It’s Pledge Drive time at Minnesota Public Radio! This Winter’s pitch for bucks comes at the same time Congress is (once again) looking to slash funding for public broadcasting. That means one thing to me – I better get my own Pledge Drive in while I can.
Welcome to the first ever Barataria in-blog Pledge Drive! There’s a survey at the end where you can tell me just what you think anonymously and easily, whether you give or not.
The blog, as we know it, is a deeply flawed platform for discussing complex ideas. It emphasizes quick bites of text and an obsession with newness. With a little modification, however, I happen to believe that a blogger can create works of great relevance if they carefully pay attention to the organization of what they are trying to say. One method for accomplishing this is the simple device that I call a “Blog Series”.