Update on the Great Imperative Meme

great imperative memeWhen I started the "Great Imperative" meme I never guessed it would generate the fantastic responses on this blog, and some interesting conversations happening over at these blogs:





Poefrika


Stephen Bess


Jim Brock


Professor Zero


Imani


Leon


Tales From the Reading Room


Absorbant


The G-Bitch Spot


The Primary Contradiction


Scenes from a Slow Moving Train


Fort Wayne African-American Independent Woman


http://i-exposetruth.blogspot.com/2007/05/greatest-imperative-meme.html



And this, perhaps, is what blogging is teaching us--that you don't have to be famous to have a great imperative in life. Blogging may be the realization of the democratic ideal: we all have a voice and each of us can be the main character in the story of our life.

And the list keeps growing…


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Comments

Stephen Bess said…
This meme really brought some things to the surface as I was writing it. This goes to show how purging writing can be. Thanks again.
This was a real pleasure to create and the after effects are great.
I'm proud of this one.

Thanks, Stephen!
credo said…
I was tagged by professor Zero. I'm glad I found you can over. Now I can read your awesome writing..

I am going to make the link
Thanks, Credo and welcome.
I, too, will be dropping by (have dropped by) your site.

Peace,
Geoffrey
Mad Bull said…
Well, Sir Geoffrey, I have finally wrote a little thing on this great imperative issue. Check it out when you have some time.
Rethabile said…
Everyone really does think it's a great meme. I'll keep you posted (is that a pun?) as those I tagged participate.
Cool.
Good to hear from you, man!

Blessings,
Geoffrey

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