Thursday, March 27, 2008

On the Baha'i Internet Braintrust: Uncovered!

After months of patiently pounding away at their keyboards and staring at their screens, the legions of Baha'i Views staffers operating in the dimly lit backrooms of Central Headquarters have finally gotten behind the curtain. With this post the results of their collective efforts can now be shared. The Baha'i Internet Braintrust has been uncovered.

And you know, all this time we thought they were operating in secret, and what have we discovered? The Baha'i Internet Braintrust has a blog, for gosh sakes, for all the world to read. -gw

What we’d ideally like to have from a web presence. In our wildest dreams. IF we could do it all -
• Give Baha’i Youth an identity
• A kickass introduction to the Baha’i Faith (videocollage)
• Spark a spiritual conversation / engage in a newdialogue about God
• Spark a spiritual revolution, a youth movement
• Bring the focus to the core activities.
• Make the core activities cool
• Give Baha’i Youth a community, an identity to beproud of
• Use Baha’i arts celebrities to inspire
• Focus on creativity and arts as relates to spirituality
• Become an epicenter of Baha’i arts and spirituality
• Facilitate action and service
• Make spirituality cool

{"The man behind the curtain," uploaded on November 6, 2007 by drurydrama on flickr, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 Generic}

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