This morning there is a very appropriate response to the flare up instigated by TechCrunch’s poor handling of the release of the Blackbird browser by Black Web2.0’s Angela Benton.  I have come to know and respect her thoughts and opinions via Twitter prior to her response read today and yet she is even more eloquent and precise in her analysis of the intentions, needs, and available supply on all sides of the table involving minorities and microcosms found online.  If you have not read her words, please do so immediately!

Hopefully, her words will serve to turn on lights where desired and among those with open minds.  Readers without anything else to live for cannot get beyond their limited geographical travel and single generational achievements if at all.

Congratulations Angela and what a great way to whack a mole intelligently!  I hope to see you profiled more often and included around the table among other majority web2.0 media venues that have been conspicuously silent on the matter and called out on the carpet already.

Peace!

Wow!  Who knew that the Blackbird browser would bring the true feelings from the grimy, digital underground!

The comment that was just received about the racial ramifications of the browser will not be approved by myself, but the lack of diversity by the various technology groups previously mentioned does seem to encourage the lower level racist scum to pile on the bandwagon with cheap accusations and illogical diatribes as quickly as possible if their more supposedly intelligent brethren allows it.

But as always, low level racists are discriminated against by more intelligent racists or people who simply claim not to have a clue through the lower level’s lack of socioeconomic and educational achievements:)  Therefore the vicious cycle is perpetuated internally and across cultures.

Without any achievements of their own, those who are the most verbal racists typically point their dirty fingers at overachieving minorities (who had to overachieve simply to gain forced entry to be onboard or considered if at all) as somehow robbing them of opportunities which their delusional, mental states somehow justifies.

The upper echelon of all cultures and races have to build bridges since the daily battle for survival at all other levels is too distractive.

So I am calling out Digg, Revision3, TechCrunch, Technorati, Twit, Tekzilla, and any other website, podcast, video blog, social networking aggregator, or entity purposely supporting the web2.0 world and lifestyle to add the missing voices to your regularly produced content.

Just because you currently do not have diverse voices on air and on staff or the daily relationships with people outside of your ethnicity and generational culture, do not say or believe that such talent is not within reach.  Do not simply ignore your own lack of diversity!

Those who claim to love science fiction with its fantasy worlds of multicultural and universal diversity recklessly seem to be unwilling to make small, incremental steps to fulfill their own wishes for the future.

I personally see that there are going to be some very difficult times for the dying racists worldwide through the year 2025 when the global and national demographics are permanently sealed against their current mindset.

Otherwise, my own time, energy, and effort is considered too valuable to give any remote attention to those who have nothing to offer our country and world with or without the presence of cultures and experiences considered unusual or foreign.

Peace!