2000 BLOGGERS: AND NOW HE’S ONE TOO!

TOP 2000 BLOGGERS

 

ET CETERA’S “DISEMBEDDED”

As a symbolic metaphor, this posting has implications that include the website “2000 Bloggers,” blogging, writing, electronic communication, and gay issues.  It may be of note to those who have social, political and/or cultural concerns, as well as interests in life, art and music.

A man might actually succeed in journalism by writing articles exactly appropriate to all the journals, and then putting them all into the wrong envelopes.”

Chesterton, G. K., The Illustrated London News, August 21, 1909

 

2000 Bloggers

OPEN UP:  2,000 BLOGGERS EXPANDABLE CONTENT BOX

Tino Buntic recently started an unusual project called 2000 Bloggers, in which this site, Et Cetera: Publick and Privat Curiosities, has just been included.  Buntic describes this new and innovative blogger social-network project:

“55,000,000 blogs…I’d like to showcase all of them, but I’ve settled on just 2000 bloggers.  Bloggers come from all walks of life!  Some are SEO experts.  Some are writers.  Some are sports enthusiasts.  Some are affiliate marketers.  Some are business professionals.  Some are political.  ALL HAVE OPINIONS!!!

Some bloggers blog to make money.  Some do it for fun.  There are dozens of social networks that bring the blogosphere together, with Technorati and MyBlogLog being two of the biggest.  I wanted to bring a whole bunch of bloggers together on one page.  2000 bloggers to be exact!  As I write this there have been over 1,200 bloggers accepted onto the site.  I won’t judge your blog.  I’ll link to all bloggers, A-List Bloggers, C-List Bloggers, All Blogs in between, and some that nobody has ever seen.  I don’t care if you have a daily readership of 100,000 people or if you have a daily readership of a dozen people, I’ll link to you.”

A generous kind of guy!!

One Response to “2000 BLOGGERS: AND NOW HE’S ONE TOO!”

  1. ilker Says:

    Tino is great!! Came here by randomly clicking on pixel 2000 Bloggers!


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