As envisaged United Thought Blog has undergone some cosmetic treatment. And it has found a new home: you can now find it at www.unitedthoughtblog.org. I hope you all enjoy the fresh look and the improved possiblilities for interaction and participation will be appealing to many.
Do make sure to look out for the next posts with a special call for Christmas charity to come up shortly…
As you all have been able to see: there has been some substantive activity in the meantime and I am glad that the interest in the blog is continuously picking up. Thanks a lot for that! I will do my best and improve the functionality and in particular interactive elements of the site shortly.
Some of you have been looking for an e-mail subscription option, which I am working on. In the meantime, please feel free to send any mails and subscriptions to email@example.com. I will then be glad to get back and/or add you to the mailing list.
Thanks a lot – I will be looking forward to your further feedback, input and discourse contributions!
For a number of years I have had the idea to create a platform for the exchange about topics which are of relevance for many of us (relatives, friends, acquaintances, passers-by and interested persons in general). The first idea was to create a platform for the exchange of study theses to actually bring these often forgotten pieces of hard work to an audience.
Now I have had the opportunity to gain some experience in the field of international politics and I know that many of you have intelligent thoughts and a lot of knowledge that should be shared – just like I am often exposed to international politicaland cultural information which sometimes constitutes a substantive add-on to the general public debate and which I would love to share every once in a while.
Let’s make use of this potential and the technical prerequisites at hand to commence the informed dialogue!
I am looking forward to all possible sorts of inspiring contributions from thoughtful people all over. Let us try and fill some voids of the regular public discourse – and with joy!