Person (or Canine) of the Year
I was pawin' through BlogExplosion and ran across a blog that linked to this story. (Lost the link to which one, so if it was you, I'm sorry.)
Anyway, I think this is a great idea. Now, since TIME will probably try to ignore me (like they'd listen to a bloggin' dog, right?), lots of other bloggers should write. Lots of conservative bloggers so they'll have a hard time ignorin' all of us.
"Each year around this time going all the way back to 1927 the editors of TIME magazine sit down to debate and select their Person or People of the Year.
The Person of the Year is defined as folllows: "Person of the Year is an annual issue of TIME magazine that features a profile on the man, woman, couple, group, idea, place, or machine that "for better or worse, has most influenced events in the preceding year"
"For 2004, I cannot think of a single person or persons that had a greater influence on society than the bloggers. Let's remind them by making our voice heard. If you think about American politics, media, business - no one, no one had a greater influence for better or worse than the bloggers. Not Osama Bin Laden. Not Sadaam Hussein. Not John Kerry. No one. The bloggers absolutely deserve to be this year's People of the Year. If you agree, then make your voice heard. Send an email to the editors of TIME and explain why the bloggers deserve to be this year's choice."
Go get 'em!
posted by Harrison at 4:43 PM