Webgrammar (well, really me) has a new site on the excellent social networking site, Ning. How come?
It’s been clear for some time that social networking is here to stay. Technology and communications change almost in the blink of an eye. And everything moves forward. I want to stay in the mainstream so I can give my best to my two ezine subscribers and to my clients. I decided to focus for now on Twitter and Ning.
I’m also participating in a third social networking site that will be open to the public in October. It’s for people who pre-bought Seth Godin’s latest book. He’s the Permission Marketing/Purple Cow guy. Amazing.
Anyway, I happen to know all of my ezine subscribers are remarkable in one way or another, and some of them love to network ideas, projects, etc. Sure enough, I no sooner started the place when author/educator/marketer Hal Alpiar joined. You’ve got to read about his project, Tales on Wheels.
And Helen Harris, a brilliant watercolorist, joined and graciously shared some of her exquisite work.
We’ll also be hearing about a startup nonprofit in the Pacific Northwest called Mossyrock Area Education Foundation, a comprehensive after-school project that finally took wing.
Grammar. Sooner or later we’ll touch on that, but for now, we’re focusing on Tales on Wheels and the Mossyrock Area Education Foundation. Please consider joining us.