Just recently I was reading that the mathematician Peter Woit has a blog called “Not Even Wrong.” Every day I come across somebody like Peter Woit — somebody sharing insights and ideas, somebody writing for a like-minded, interested, or even “just curious” audience, somebody someone, maybe you, for example, might want to know about, but, in the chaos of search and the din of the web, you might never find.
My worry is that without readers of the like-minded or interested or curious type, people like Peter Woit might stop sharing. And that would be a loss for everyone.
So how do you find what you want to know? How do you know what you want to find? We’re not talking about optimizing your search engine or making you a better surfer here — what we want is to know is what people who think think we should know. Isn’t that better than getting your info from for a middle school book report-cum-website or a fake post for some “flog?”
BlogBridge is a company that lives to support the richest exchange of ideas and information — without din or chaos of the too much. Are you interested in Taiwan? Mississippi politics? Geology? Alternative fuels? Joint ventures? Model airplanes? Hiking? Diabetes? Real rock & roll?
What keeps us going is a burning desire to help you find information on your passion that you will want to look at as often as you look at your favorite magazine subscriptions — maybe even more. We know that there is great stuff, regularly written, by experts in almost every field — and we also know that there are many people who would stand up and cheer if we could bring that information to them easily.
Our goal is to help bring the right ideas to the people who want to hear them and to start great conversations. Ideas are meant to be shared. This is how ideas evolve, get better, get smarter, and yield important and useful insights.
Plus it’s fun, no? It makes us happy. It’s how discovering ideas should be, too — fair, fun, and free.
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