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by TV Smith
70% of bloggers are women, someone once complained.
But why should we? Better known bloggers like
among others, provide
us with regular doses of refreshing perspective
and much needed counter-point. From the fringes
of blogging heartland comes some equally delicious
writing. Relatively obscure, these little jewels
do not ping PPS,
get blogrolled as much nor embrace permalinks.
Here's a sampling, in no particular order;
Life Is Fabulous
Hani's latest entry "Did You See That?"
deserves a special mention. Sweet, honest, touching;
it warmed the kerang of my heart and moistened
Carolyn wrote me some time ago and said she made
a mistake promoting the Dua Sen site to
her friends and colleagues. Through here,
they found a link back to her (previously unknown)
secret hideout. Her latest entry "4 Years
to Life Sentence", is a seemingly cryptic
protest of boiler room life in an ad agency. Maybe
I can relate to it in a perverse sense, for I
was a 'warden' before. Nice parable.
Jolin's latest headline screamed "Linkin
Park Was Freakin Awesome!!!!!!" An amusing
and accurate account of the concert follows. Wish
she bitched more about those Modesto-dressed
bitches everyone else was bitching about :-)
Penangite Lucia Lai, a regular 'commentator' at
and several other blogs, decided it was time to
set up shop herself and blog on the issues close
to her heart. The result; a female version of
a cross between Joe
Blogs and Lone.
A good start.
"I am woman, hear me roar
In numbers too big to ignore
And I know too much to go back and pretend
Cause I've heard it all before
And I've been down there on the floor
No one's ever gonna keep me down again..."
Am Woman - Helen Reddy. Lyrics and Music by
Helen Reddy & Ray Burton
2003 TV SMITH
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