Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Tennessee Political Bloggers' forum

I'd like to take the opportunity to introduce my readers to my latest internet project, the Tennessee Political Bloggers' forum . Tennessee Political Bloggers (TPB) is not a blog aggregator like Rocky Top Brigade, for example. Rather, TPB is an internet meeting place for political bloggers from all over Tennessee. Bloggers and those interested in political blogging in Tennessee are welcome to join TPB, and it doesn't even matter whether you agree politically or not with Yours Truly. In fact, I am looking for a suitable liberal to moderate the "From the Left" board at TPB.

TPB is hosted by Proboards, and it is open 24 hours a day. I have yet to meet a serious political blogger who wasn't a very busy person, so everyone should know that TPB is there for you at your convenience to exchange information and views with your fellow bloggers. All Tennesseans (even expats who still have an interest in Tennessee politics) are welcome at TPB, regardless of their political views. If you are a Tennessee political blogger, this forum was designed for you and for all of us.

The introductory rules at TPB are simple:

1. Please keep the debate and discussion civil at all times-no "flaming" is allowed.

2. Watch your language-I will be watching and if you cross the line you'll be warned. Do it again and you'll be banned. Youngsters can access these forums, and I don't want foul and dirty writing to be their first exposure to politics.

3. When discussing news stories and stories from the blogosphere, link liberally so as to cite your source.

I invite everyone to enjoy TPB, and to please register and join. If you are interested in helping moderate, please send me an e-mail.


At Wednesday, August 23, 2006 9:43:00 AM, Blogger TheRep said...

Well with those three rules you just shut out 90%+ of the left leaning blogers.

At Wednesday, August 23, 2006 3:24:00 PM, Blogger gaits said...

Maybe not, but either way the forum looks like a good idea if it ever gets going. Mr. Campfield, why don't you join?

At Wednesday, August 23, 2006 6:42:00 PM, Blogger TheRep said...

Sign me up.

At Wednesday, August 23, 2006 9:31:00 PM, Blogger Dave Oatney said...

I believe you have to sign yourself up, as you have to create youe own password.


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