I am sitting here with my father giving him the skinny on the current state of this whole bloggy thing and I just want to say this about that:
Thank you, Mooses.
By having the opportunity this morning to run through the progression of the evolution of Homo Blogosapiens and the current state of the species I have also had a chance to compare what has been created here with what has Darwinianly emerged among other tribes in the ecosphere. As Dave so famously told Hal9000, “Something wonderful” has happened here.
I have yet to sit down and dissertate on all of the specific reasons for this, but as I think about Netroots Nation this August (which I now think I may have to attend) it occurs to me that it is worth compiling and collating this information. The forward evolution of Blogsapiens is a critical-path item for the rest of the Sapiens family – in my humble opinion – so capturing the positive mutations and fostering them into the larger population is a more than worthy activity.
So, Mooses, let me ask for your input on topic. What do you think has happened in the Moose Herd that has made it such a fundamentally different subgroup? What is it that we are doing right that allows us to converse diversely when it seems most/all others are either echoing or shouting?
What, my Mooses, have you done?
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