Project Guest Blogger: Week Two

Tomorrow we’ll have two new guest-bloggers joining us: Mikey and Aulelia. A big thanks to Ms. Lauren for her blogging this week.

Aulelia runs the blog Charcoal Ink, where she highlights and discusses subjects within the spheres of politics, feminism, culture and society that particularly affect Africans or members of the African diaspora. She is a student at Bristol University in England, currently living in Paris, studying Politics & French as a dual degree. She loves Darrin Henson, Denzel Washington, reading magazines, chocolate, gossip blogs, lipstick, feminism, Africa, unity, and activism.

Mikey used to blog at Michael Phillips, and served as creative director of Heartbreaking Industries. He is a talented and thoughtful law student and writer who is passionate about law and politics, and whose perspective I always find challenging and enlightening. He has also been made fun of by Jon Stewart.

A full summer guest blogger schedule will be posted very soon. Trust me, it’ll be worth the wait.

Hopefully you’re as excited for Mikey and Aulelia’s posts as I am. Check out the guest blogger comment policy, peruse their blogs for a taste of what they’re about, and get ready for another week of awesome guest posts.

Also, I think we need an official Project Guest Blogger logo — any Photoshop-savvy volunteers wanna take it on? (Alternately, does anyone want to send me Photoshop?)


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1 comment for “Project Guest Blogger: Week Two

  1. dug.inn
    June 4, 2007 at 1:44 pm

    For an economical (read ‘free’) alternative to Photoshop, check out the gimp. I use it for all my image manipulation needs.

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