Monday, September 18, 2006

Can Blogging Effect Change?

I feel that it can. What do you think? Jamaican poet, novelist and educator, Geoffrey Philp posted this question along with an anonymous poll on his blog. I gave my vote and 2 cents. He is interested in knowing what you all think? Click post title to comment and vote. Peace~

12 comments:

Geoffrey Philp said...

Thanks, Stephen. You are man of your word. Rev. Bess would be proud of you!!!

Stephen Bess said...

No problem. I try to hold on to that part of me. I saw the good ol' Reverend this weekend. He looks good. :)

Professor Zero said...

Cool, and thanks for new encouragement to visit Philp's site -- I finally did! :-)

faith said...

I have to ageee with Philip, you are a man of your word! That is all to rare these days. At least in my limited experience.

Anonymous said...

I think so too. I'll check out his blog.

POTASH said...

Just discovered your blog..mhhh. Love Fanon on language and other things.
Will definatelly check out Geoffrey's blog. there is a bloggers conference going on in South Africa and there has been a huge fall out between bloggers trying to define who really is an African and who the attendees of the conference represent.
As a starting point for dialogue on the issues that affect us all, blogs are remarkable.

Stephen Bess said...

profzero-
Thanks and I hope that you were able to vote.

ub-
Thanks :)

potash-
Welcome. The conference in South Africa sounds interesting. It's always great when we can start some dialogue. Yes, blogs are remarkable. Peace~

NML said...

I put my vote in :-)

Stephen Bess said...

nml-
Thanks and have a great weekend!

Heimdallr said...

I voted too Stephen. Sorry haven't been around its been a little hectic, going on hilday next week. :)
Sandy

Heimdallr said...

I voted yes too Stephen. :)
Sorry a bit late been so busy, going on holiday next week and lots to sort out.
Sandy

Stephen Bess said...

Sandy-
Thanks for stopping in and enjoy your holiday. :)

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