I might be doing a little twick-or-tweeting tonight... (no promises!) we'll see how things develop...
UPDATE: Turns out I did go out, but alas, in the rain, where cellphones fear to tread!UPDATE 20:49 This is interesting... I just blogwalked through Michelle Malkin's site and she has had a Halloween open thread up since this morning, which has turned into a religious forum! Trick or Treat for Jesus & Scripture lovers amongst you!
MM also has posted a SCAREY SURPRISE for those of you in NY23!
Around the Blogosphere: ¿Que significa la muerte? - *"An angel coming from the skies* * to your soul"* * * Es tan largo el camino a la luz, tan silencioso, tan inerte… mis pasos hacen eco en el ambient...
LOSING FOR THE WIN… - I watched a little video featuring Hot97 personality Peter Rosenberg give his opinion on who the web’s content creators were. "Rosenberg uses the term “blogger” the same way people had originally used the term “nigger”, as a perjorative class distinction.. He is trying to say that the information and opinions of content creators on the web isn’t valuable." Shame, shame,shame::: shame on YOU , Petey!
Barnes & Noble Planning International Expansion - Want to be the head of Barnesandnoble.com's international business? Because they're definitely hiring a whole team, and they're starting at the top.
One of my favourite performers I found via the Net is Yarah Bravo. This is what makes the world go POP!Li Datong, the country’s civil society is being reborn online, as you'll see in this post by Marta Cooper.
Sammuel from Thanks for loving Haiti has launched [En/Fr/Fr Cr] a video contest for the best Haitian National Anthem singer. Sammuel notes "This contest is open to all, with no geographic limit! Please make sure you send a Youtube style video!" The best video will be chosen by the readers and the winner will probably be announced on January 1st 2010, National Independance day in Haiti.
Hey Sports Fans!
USA Today is liveblogging Baseball's WORLD SERIES... you can catch up before the next game by clicking RIGHT HERE!
Tags: Yarah Bravo, Haiti