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“Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.” Mark Twain Every so often, the idea that there’s nothing new to talk about in Mormon internet discussions comes up. Someone will state that we’ve said all there is to say, the audience is waning, people have worked out their opinions, etc. What do you think? And […]
By now you’ve probably seen the Wheaties/Tarefic award winners, and I hope also the resulting argument between fMh and BCC about who deserved to win the coveted Best Big Blog award, and what it really meant. (If you haven’t seen the argument posts, do yourself a favor and check them out. They’re hilarious!) The purpose […]
A blog often asks these types of questions: Who is our audience? How do we attract them? What will our community look like? Who’s in and who’s out? How can we be inclusive, yet create belonging? What’s our intention toward our audience? To change minds? To learn from others? What types of discussions do we […]
Today’s guest post is by long-time commenter Paul. You can find his own blog at http://www.alatterdayvoice.blogspot.com/ The bloggernacle, the world of LDS blogging, became just a little smaller for me last week. I had lunch with jmb275, a W&T perma. It was great to put a name and face with a blogger id. Thanks to […]
Some folks were surprised to hear the Ezra Taft Benson’s controversial list of 14 Fundamentals repeated twice at the most recent General Conference. What many may not realize is that this list was really just one of many lists of 14 Fundamentals (patent pending) that were penned at the time. For your perusal, I submit […]
The bloggernacle seems to attract a specific subset of Mormon culture, and as a result, opinions and comments are often different from those we hear expressed at church. One reason for this could be that some personality types thrive in organizations while others are prone to be disenfranchised. A popular metric to determine personality type […]