Jodi Rave: Now blogging at BuffaloPost.Net
"I'm having a neighborhood “blog” party.

Everyone's invited.

Consider this a cordial invitation to join me as I become part of the blogosphere - that place in the ether where ardent bloggers instantly post news items, random thoughts and frequent musings to a Web page. To see what I'm talking about, go to, “a news blog about Native people and the world we live in.”

It's a blog site for the at-large community.

Each day, I plan to dish up bite-size morsels of news. Some of the words may be worth savoring, some chewed up and spit out. That's the beauty of a blog. I'll write. I'll move on. For me, and the reader, it will be a come-as-you-are sort of thing.

Like any impromptu get-together, the food will vary, depending on who brings what. I anticipate it to be potluck-style. As the host, I'll share tidbits from e-mails and news from callers who have information that might not otherwise find its way into print.

The blog will give readers a chance to express their views about the latest news developments. I expect the blog to be an inviting listening post and civil meeting place, no matter what's being discussed, be it cold weather, a tanked economy or health care woes."

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Jodi Rave: Bring your voice to table at (The Missoulian 12/18)

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