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Obsessions of the Day


I have no idea if anyone will ever read my blogs, but I'm now inspired to write at least once a day. Am I getting the blogging bug?

So my fixations today include finishing a piece for the UK Guardian about my favorite feminist books (I'll post when I'm finished), making the perfect chocolate protein smoothie, and being amazed that my son actually played by himself in his room this morning until 10 am!

In the outside world, I've been seduced by a few items: I got a response to my last post from Jennifer James and went to one of her several blogs, Breastfeeding for Black Moms. LOVE IT! Check out her dead-on post about the problematic logo for Mom's Rising.

Item number two: John Patrick's Organic clothing line. Beautiful, deceptively simple clothes with an ethical evolution. I happened upon this incredibly soft, wearable little dress and fell in love. I wrote JP a note and he wrote back from the jungle where he is supporting organic cotton farmers. Check out this interview.

Number three: this Columbia Business School interview with Venture Capitalist Fred Wilson, who has had his hand in more internet endeavors than you can shake a adapter cord at. He's talking about Web 2.0 and the future of the internet. Food for thought as we move into the next stage of what this thing called the internet can do for us.

That's it for today. Hope everyone is happy, eating organic fruit, and planning for the future!

Peace and love for ever and ever,

September 9th, 2007


Comment #1 by Jennifer James on September 10, 2007 - 8:59pm

Thanks so much for mentioning my blog nd showing some link love. I'll be linking back tomorrow from mine.

Comment #2 by KrisUnderwood on September 10, 2007 - 9:20pm

I read that post of Jennifer James' about the Moms Rising Logo. Very right on!It's not something everyone can relate to, to say the very least.

Comment #3 by Suburban Turmoil on September 24, 2007 - 4:40pm

Okay, time for an update! Just discovered your blog and yay! Keep it up! I want to read more. And I'm hugely envious of your writing workshop schedule, so if you need a personal assistant who will bring along two small personal assistants of her own? Feel free to give me a call...

Comment #4 by Rashunda on November 18, 2007 - 1:47am

Yes, people are reading your least I am!:-)

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