I was recently introduced to the concept of “wiki gardeners”, people who tend wikis, cutting away spam, fixing formatting and grammar, and generally tidying up the place. I just spent a few hours on the BridgeBlog Index, and I'm struck by what a good metaphor gardening is. We “planted” the idea of the BridgeBlog index a few months ago, and every few days, someone new visits and adds blogs from a different corner of the world.
Some lists of blogs that have “sprouted” recently:
There are also new blogs posted in Singapore, Syria, Saudi Arabia and Ghana – check them out!
While the wiki is growing well, it could use your help. If you know about a set of bridgebloggers anywhere in the world, please take a moment to either enter them into the wiki yourself, or mail them to me, if you're wiki averse (ethanz AT gmail DOT com). Or post them in the comments to this post.
Hi thanks for the link. Bahrain is a small country but apart from the handful of us who blog in english for an international audience such as yourselves, arabic blogging has failed to catch on in the domestic scene.
Its good to see a university of international repute take a keen interest in blogging!
best of luck. Bahrania
Thanks! Your idea is great. I posted my blog’s address. And I hope that it will interest someone to get in touch with Italy: funny democracy. It is better for those that visit us than for those that live here.