The Revolution of Friends Revolution

1/09/2009 12:18:00 AM ·

Believe it or not, my goal is to turn the Revolution into a magazine with field writers and researchers. I want to include all points of interest like Travel, Science, Music, Cultures, History, Archeology, ans so much more.

When I initially started my blog Friends Revolution, I was there primarily to promote my own articles since I wasn’t receiving as much exposure to certain communities as much as I would have liked.

I tweaked the platform a bit and I now have a site that is so far from a niche site that it makes the Google Spiders crazy.

It was my hope to gain more views but, during my bumpy travels I started taking submissions for articles from Triond writers and displaying their byline and a link to their complete article. Now, that’s really the basis of Friends Revolution is to push people to be great and to share a slew of articles that focus on all topics from cerebral to satire.

Standing Out Amongst the Crowd



Words that set yourself on paper
through scribbles and constant

coffee breaks leave the mind
perplexed to wonder what will they
read?

Hours spent on content that leaps
off the page yet, lacking of outward

folly presented for those that seek knowledge
not for the dense minds of younger days.


What’s in store for Friends Revolution

Believe it or not, my goal is to turn the Revolution into a magazine with field writers and researchers. I want to include all points of interest like Travel, Science, Music, Cultures, History, Archeology, etc.

If you’d like a taste of the topicology check out my Squidoo lens and you’ll see which direction I am going in particular, if you’re interested that is.

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