BlogSafer Has a WalkieTalkie

I added a YackPack WalkieTalkie widget to BlogSafer.org, the anonymous blogging wiki. With PBwiki you can drop it in as a plugin. Now, if you visit the site, you can talk with one another. I also put one in this blog’s sidebar. Update: I figured out how to put one on our co-located Chinese anonymousContinue reading “BlogSafer Has a WalkieTalkie”

Blog Marketing Volunteer Needed for BlogSafer Project

Last year, I created BlogSafer under the auspices of the nonprofit organization Spirit of America. It’s a wiki with multiple anoniblog/safer blogging guides on it. There was no funding to really flog it like it needed once it was built, but with some effort (social bookmarking, manic pinging) I tripled the readership (a whole 30Continue reading “Blog Marketing Volunteer Needed for BlogSafer Project”

Chinese Anonymous Blogging Guide

Some time ago I watched China fall off our stats as a country of origin for visitors to BlogSafer (aka anoniblog), our anonymous blogging wiki (with guides in English, Arabic, Persian and Chinese). It turns out that the wiki host we use, PBwiki, has been blocked in China. So, I recently reposted the Chinese guideContinue reading “Chinese Anonymous Blogging Guide”

BlogSafer Anonymous Blogging Button

If you’d like to support the BlogSafer project, please copy the code below and paste it into your sidebar. It will create a button like the one to the right that sends the reader to the ‘anoniblog’ wiki. That wiki contains a series of anonymous blogging guides in English, Arabic, Persian and Chinese. The projectContinue reading “BlogSafer Anonymous Blogging Button”

Latest News: The Blogs Must Be Crazy, etc.

I’m readying myself to go out to Washington D.C. and speak to C.I.A. and State Department intelligence types at the Meridian House about blogging and democracy. My point of view? It’s a good idea. I should slap something together so as to not be completely unprepared. I’m thinking along the lines of a bunch ofContinue reading “Latest News: The Blogs Must Be Crazy, etc.”