More women are entering the blogosphere -- satirizing, sharing and reaching a key demographic They can be snarky, satirical, nurturing, idealistic. They can be shy, fiercely guarding their anonymity behind monikers like 'PittGirl' or 'Agent Ska,' or bold, like Justine Ezarki, a k a 'iJustine,' who, with the help of her camera phone, enables readers to follow her virtually every hour of the day.Women have always had a big place on the internet, if you know what I mean.
Daddy blogging has been a big joy of mine. Really, most of this was via email discussion groups.
There is a Daddy and parenting event on Sunday at the Science Center. Search for Fatherhood. Hope to see you there. I'm not sure how it fits with the bodies exibition.