Scotty’s sent in this little picture and slogan. Any comments?
On the day that The Tap passes the million mark for Google page downloads (started count June 2010) it seems a good day to mention that I am collecting ideas for a new banner. The current one is outdated and refers back to the time I was writing on Eureferendum’s umbrellog, when Richard North was asking for eurosceptic writers to join him on eureferendum.blogspot.com
I read World Without Cancer about a year ago (February 2011), and from that moment on, my worldview was changed. Now I realise that I was writing in total or at least partial ignorance of how the world actually works.
Informed every day by researchers and experts who send in their ideas and suggestions to The Tap, I now see that ignorance of the majority is the key to the power of the tiny elite that controls the world.
I like the slogan ‘Tap Blog – where knowledge starts’. Mind you, there is always a better one to find.
‘where knowledge grows’?
It’s still very early days,and it’s great to get ideas like Scotty’s to widen the search. ‘Blog For Victory’ has a passion and a simplicity about it that appeals, but I wonder if new readers will find it so easy to sign up to such a message. It might be better to ask for a lesser first step.
Readership of Tap Blog posts is still brisk on beforeitsnews hitting 2500 page reads so far today.
Let’s hope we keep rolling!
Is victory our aim? Maybe it is.
What do you think?
Gillian replies –
Lots of interesting info. on your site so far this year.
I particularly enjoyed reading the stuff about the Queen’s wealth and power. Sent in by Wasp, I think?
Some of this info. I was already aware of but much of the detail was new to me.
This is the sort of thing they should be teaching children in school, rather than the lies they are currently being
taught. I know that will never happen of course! Not unless or until the ‘revolution’ anyway.
I like the slogan suggested by Scotty, i.e. ‘Blog for Victory’
I often wonder though just how much longer we will be able to exchange vital information on-line. Surely TPTB
must be concerned that we ordinary people are learning far too much? Although, I suppose the internet can also
be used by ‘them’ to feed us miss-information. Something of a double edged sword in some respects. I feel we should
be making contingency plans for if/when we are denied internet access. But don’t have a clue what form those plans
should take other than snail mail or pigeon post!