Brad wrote this morning about an interesting take on tech blogging.
Too many people writing about solutions, but not enough people talking about the problems.
At the same time, two people sent me some info on this Sunday's DC rally for Darfur.
I'm a bit cynical about these types of political rallies because I feel like its all about complaining about the problems, but not too many people have actual solutions. Where's the ten step plan for fixing the atrocities in Darfur? I'll get behind a reasonable solution, but I haven't seen any.
Maybe we should get the tech bloggers to bring their 85 calandaring solutions together to come up with one solution for Darfur...
...and then get the political protesters to work on pointing out what the everyday problems in the tech world that the average person needs solving.
I'd love that. Web based, AJAX world peace... and protesters outside Amazon with little "No walled garden" signs.