We are pleased to announce the formation of the Boles Blogs Network! Now you can read a unified worldview with diverse truths and indisputable facts as we stretch our Urban Semiotic mandate into a wider web of ideas. We also removed the “David W. Boles” part of the official title of all the network blogs to better serve our new, greater, mandate of inclusion.
What does the Boles Blogs Network mean to you?
It means you will still be able to read your favorite Urban Semiotic authors right here, but you will also be able to read them even more on the other blogs in our network!
We’re writing more, publishing more, and searching more to discover, divine and define the world around us in our ongoing quest to wrestle with the passion and magnitude of the universal human rhythms of storytelling.
On RelationShaping — you will read articles analyzing how we use technology to reshape each other.
All your favorite Urban Semiotic writers will appear on RelationShaping, too.
Over on our WordPunk blog, we will continue to examine how words and language sharpen our understanding of the world while simultaneously fostering misunderstanding.
All your favorite Urban Semiotic authors will be writing for WordPunk!
The last two blogs in the Boles Blogs Network include the Boles University Blog — where academics and technology are dissected to infect and re-fire our thinking about how we learn, why memes are created, and what it means to earn an education of the mind.
The final network blog is Celebrity Semiotic — where all celebrity goes to die!
We appreciate your support — and we look forward to seeing you over there, over here, over yonder and over and over!
Wow, love it!
It looks so good, David! Hats off!
I’m thrilled you’ll be writing for the network, Katha! You will help make everything better!
Also interesting you went for Blog network as opposed to Blog Family ………. 😉
Ha, Nicola! I love it that you’re so keen! SMILE! Yes, we’re a network and not a family. Harr!
Thanks for the opportunity David and thanks for your support!
You’re a real delight to work with, Katha, and I appreciate your keen support and bright dedication.
Thanks David, glad to get a chance to work with you too – it has really been a learning experience.
The pleasure has been all mine, Katha. You’re super!
Looking forward to writing a lot for these great blogs! 🙂
Right-O, Gordon! I can’t wait to get your brain in those blogs, too! We have so much more to discover and I thank you for your dedication to this purpose.
So are you!
I appreciate that, my Katha!
Things are looking great, David!
I appreciate your ongoing involvement, Dananjay!