A Quick Networking Experiment
So I will be back to blogging full force by the end of the week. Just have to get through this exam. I’ll also be unvealing a new wiki I’m busy creating in the near future related to economic development in developing countries. I’ll get a little more specific later. While I’m taking a break from completing 2 months of homework in 2 days, which I don’t recommend by the way, I came across an interesting posting on the social networking blog Mashable. While this isn’t really applicable to the theme of Moving Into The Conceptual Age, I though it would make for an interesting experiment.
To celebrate the supposed 10th anniversary of blogging today, Mashable created a widget that keeps track of pingbacks from postings such as this that list the writers 10 favorite blogs. The purpose is to create a mini blogring to unveal new and interesting blogs. Of course, everyone involved will take this opportunity to link back to their own blog so I thought I’d try the same here and see if we can attract some new readers who would like to get involved in the blog.
So here is my current “10 favorite blogs” (in no particular order):
- WorldChanging: Tools, Models And Ideas For Building A Bright Green Future
- Timbuktu Chronicles
- NextBillion.net – Development Through Enterprise – Eradicating Poverty through Profit
- Frog Design Mind
- Moving Into The Conceptual Age
- How To Change The World
- Leadership Network Learnings
- Open The Future
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