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  1. Hello ,
    Daniel Bruno Sanz would like to share his Huffington Post essay with you;
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  2. Anonymous, thanks for visiting my blog and linking to the post about Korean cram schools. I think those type of schools are an excellent idea.

  3. Thank you Allison. I corrected the link.

  4. allison fabella


    I happened to notice that your link to is incorrect. I think there’s an extra dash at the end of the URL:

  5. Thanks for your article on Korean cram schools. I found your blog by doing a google search for the Washington Post article! I also posted some commentary on this subject on my blog and asked my readers to check your post as well.

    Keep up the great work!


  6. Tiauna, no I wasn’t at Arlington National Cemetery. But thank you and your fellow members for keeping the memory of the Buffalo Soldiers alive.

  7. Lady Rayne,
    I just wanted to say thank you for blogging about Cpl. Mays. Chaz Jackson and Mr. Bill McCurtis worked VERY HARD in getting Mr. Mays where he belonged. I was in Arlington, don’t know if I met you but know that the Buffalo Soldiers of Arizona rode their bikes every inch of every mile, avoided several accidents, and dried out their boots and gear every night. From the moment we left Phoenix it rained and our men and women rode. We never lost focus of what we were there for, no matter how hard they tried to supress our voices we educated and informed. The trip took 11 days round trip and knowing that someone else knows the true story behind the Isaiah Mays Legacy is refreshing.
    Thank you!

  8. WordPress is pretty easy to use. One thing I will point out is that WordPress doesn’t allow javascript. So you’re somewhat restricted on the types of html you can add to your blog. This is especially true when adding information to your sidebar and the embedding of videos. I’m not sure if WordPress allows podcasting. That’s something you need to look into. That’s why I mentioned that you should look at Blogger and Typepad as well.

    When I first joined they didn’t have Preview Post or if they did have it I didn’t see it. Anyway they do have this feature.

    There’s also a forum where you can ask for help.

    The stat area will give you day, week and months information. It also gives information on referrers, top posts and pages and search engine terms used to find your blog. Blog stats will give you total views and how many views each day.

    Hope this info helps.

  9. Michael Langston Moore

    Thanks for the info, Ladyrayne. Aside from the fact than I’m an avid television and movie watcher, I also went to school for film and have written television and movie scripts, so I have a definite interest in the way entertainment depicts or shuns minorities.

    Thanks also for the tips–I’ll definitely examine WordPress. Is it fairly easy to use and intuitive?

    And does it give you any key information regarding who visits your blog, or reads certain entries, etc? For example, do you have a rough idea of many visitors or fans of your blog that you have?


  10. Hello Michael. Thanks for visiting my blog. Yes, your article about black actress was very good. The subject of your article was very interesting to me because I’m the webmistress for a website dedicated to black actresses. I just get sick of how Hollywood has whitewashed tv and film.

    I left Blogger in July due to problems I was having in their layout area. For a writer like yourself WordPress or Typepad might be the ideal location for your blog. Take a really good look at WordPress, Typepad and Blogger. I really liked Typepad but you have to pay for that one and right now I prefer a free blog. Good luck in your decision and let me know when you start blogging.

  11. Michael Langston Moore


    I wanted to say that I just found your blog and, as a black male, very much like and appreciate it.

    Oddly enough, I was sifting through your old entries and noticed that you quoted and linked to an article I wrote on another site. It was on, an article I wrote about The Image of Black Women in Entertainment:

    I just wanted to say thanks for doing that, and I’m glad you enjoyed it and felt that you could greatly relate to what I was attempting to get across. Since then, I have written other articles pertaining to African-Americans in entertainment, ss well.

    I have been thinking about starting my own blog, too. I’m still just trying to figure out what the best site to host it on is (such as Blogger, WordPress, etc). And I’m also interested in doing an accompanying podcast as well. Still trying to figure how and when to do it all.

    But I wanted to reach out and just say thanks, and that I really enjoy your blog and will check up on it often!



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