One of this worlds greatest assets is the blogosphere, which is composed of people who are everything from artists,poets,philosophers,economists and pretty much any other profession and/or art form you can think of. Some of the most creative and innovative minds exist in the blogosphere, bloggers are not scared to think inside or outside the box which gives them the ability to reach levels of creativity needed to solve the problems of our modern world. There is such diversity in the blogosphere that it gives us a plethora of viewpoints to consider when looking for answers. If the governments of the world were smart they would look to the blogosphere for ideas as well as for answers to the problems the world is facing. For the blogosphere is but the gathering of sages, artisans, elders and intellects from across this great planet. To overlook such creativity, wisdom and intelligence would be a grand oversight by the leaders of the world governments.
Just an observation and an opinion that I wanted to share.
Right or wrong it is here for all to see.
- If I get one person to think about what I wrote about (transientreflections.com)
- Gnomeageddon issues a call to arms for the blogosphere (mmomeltingpot.com)
- Free Advice From the Blogosphere (thekatycouponzone.com)
- This Week In The Blogosphere – Technorati, Real Time Blogging, Finding Customers (zemanta.com)
- Qaecologists in the blogosphere (qaeco.com)
- Over 50 and Blogging: Defining Your Corner of the Blogosphere (blogher.com)
- Blogosphere ~ Mythological Character of the Week: The Gorgons (rogueclassicism.com)
- Open Laboratory 2013 – submissions so far (blogs.scientificamerican.com)
- Zemanta Power User: Ron Feldman, Mobile Entrepreneur (zemanta.com)
- The Blogosphere at Christmas (modeledbehavior.com)