The Convention

“The blogger lunch was a big success. We have 37 adults, 34 of whom were bloggers, and two kids. Woohoo! At last year’s convention there were about 15 bloggers at the blogger dinner. My how times have changed.”

Will Samson – Link to quote and biggest list of bloggers.

Yes, things have changed. Back in 2001, my list of Christian bloggers in the entire world was smaller than that, let alone sitting around a single table. The list on my blog of other theoblogians is about 2 years old, woefully outdated, and dismissive of the many thousands of bloggers i would like to link to but havent the time or space to do so in an honorable way. I probably need to update and lengthen my list – but how to organize it?

Andrew

Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.

3 Comments

  • del.icio.us seems to be getting a bit of airplay amongst emergent bloggers and is a good solution. i’ve had friends in the IT and academic world at me for a while to try it and it looks like jonny baker and other have run with it as well.

  • i use it for feeds, and technorati and bloglines
    hey – fernando – will you be at the Baptist World Alliance Congress in UK this summer? Birmingham. I will be there.

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