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Fifty Articles Written in Seven Days

From January 10-16, 2009, the incredible Gordon Davidescu and I published 50 new articles — you’re reading number fifty right now —  in the Boles Blogs Network!  That is an incredible and unbelievable new publication record that didn’t happen by chance or circumstance.  Gordon wrote 13 network blog articles and one Go Inside Magazine article and I wrote the rest.

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Dropping the Devil Note

When you write articles, it is rare you have an “Immediacy Thermometer” that shows you successes and failures.  Our BolesBlogs Twitter account sends out updates for all our newly published articles across the 13-blog strong Boles Blogs Network.  We use SocialToo to track people who follow us and, more importantly, people who UNfollow us.  Here’s this morning’s UNfollow report from SocialToo and our article yesterday on — Owning the Devil Note — resulted in nine people dropping us: 

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Star Articles

Now that we’ve established the provenance of United Stage, let’s take a look at some superstar Boles Blogs Network articles that would’ve been originally published here in this blog:

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This is the United Stage

We welcome you to the new home of the United Stage!  Since November 25, 1996, we were a website dedicated to supporting Playwrights who wanted to direct their own plays.

Now, as United Stage becomes a blog, we find ourselves still supporting our founding mandate, but we have expanded our world view to dig deeper into how Aristotle and his Poetics continue to unearth our divine rhythms to affect our human motivations in the world.

We look forward to expanding our definition and understanding of our universe in live performance!

Twitter Babbling Wins the Biggest Bucket

We are not tremendous Twitter fans — though we do use Twitter to Tweet you — and so we love the latest white paper from Pear Analytics describing how Twitter is more idle babble than active information sharing:

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