A voice for the voiceless

January 5, 2008

I have said before that there is something deeply personal about the blogosphere, it allows communication which is both public and intimate. This post, from the first US soldier to die in Iraq this year, written in anticipation of his death can only have a profound impact, whether you agree with his opinions or not. My thanks to Dave for the link.

It speaks to the voice social computing provides to those who might otherwise be voiceless.

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