Blogging has not, alas, stopped the genocide in Sudan. Yet it is time for at least a few thanks. Thanks for helping Sudan with your links, emails, comments, and blogging. In our ecosystem is our influence. Technorati gives an index of membership in this site's biome, almost comprehensively. And Feedster provides a daily view of who is writing about the crisis.
To Sudanese who comment on this site and others: Your personal insights are essential. Part of what we are doing here together is constructing a kind of social ecological bridge, to bring us together. Thank you.
Ingrid Jones turned her own personal blog into one heavily focused on Sudan, and contributed consistent, thoughtful, compelling writing and community organizing--and she is now examining how to research the impact of this effort and others like it. Thanks.
Glenn Reynolds brings the power of his insightful, well-linked writing to a large community of thoughtful, involved readers. See especially this post yesterday, which makes the genocide case in about three devastating links. Thank you.
Someone is responsible for the Japanese version of this blog. We don't know who (it is autogenerated)--we stumbled upon it while examining the list of referrers.
War Nerd's black-humored, well-researched account is a mind-blower.
And there are so many more...
We have much to do, but we have also made some progress. Thanks.