It’s been just about two weeks since we launched the Manifesto. How time does fly!
The Manifesto has been all over the place! Today’s update is a wild flurry of all the places and people who have mentioned it and helped us pass it on. We’ve had over 2,000 downloads – about 1/500 of our goal. That’s a really awesome start!
Begin wild flurry:
We scored our second appearance on Daniel and Rennie Quinn’s Ishmael community site, in the News and Info section. We hope to continue community-building and -sharing with them, since so many of our founding ideas are based on their work. Yay!
Johnny B. Truant made us cry with his post about bridging the gap between the mainstream and the freaks.
Our darling friend Michelle Russell talked about healing the psychological damage caused by the control paradigm in her blog, Practice Makes Imperfect.
Sarah Marie Lacy wrote a moving, manifesto-inspired post about creating art that awakens the mind, moves the heart, and stirs the soul.
Hayden Tompkins of Through the Illusion posted about how to be unNormal.
Mark Silver of Heart of Business wrote a touching post about what the Freak Revolution Manifesto has to do with the Twilight books, and for that matter, Harry Potter.
Bob Poole wrote about how the manifesto is representative of a paradigm shift, and how we can heal the world, one person at a time.
We did an audio interview about the manifesto with Nathalie Lussier, the Raw Foods Witch; that was super fun!
We appeared on the DefyTheBox radio show with Leah Schapiro, wherein we chatted about communication, relationships, and other related and fun stuff.
We did an awesome and entertaining video interview with John Haydon, too!
And then, Gala Darling, Hacker News, RowdyKittens, ξFin, meaning.com, paradox1x, Synchropocalypse, The Writer’s Coin, The Oriel, Peef and Lo, Tahnee,
Suburban Guerilla, a blog in Slovenian – at least, I think it’s Slovenian – and several others have all helped spread the word as well. Woot! Thank you!
And Twitter is still all a-twitter about the manifesto, too!
We’re off to a rollicking beginning, and we are extremely grateful to everyone who has helped and continues to help us reach our goal of 1,000,000 readers! We can’t do this without you.
Can you suggest other places that would be good to share the manifesto?