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TheFabGiver: Passionista

"Do what you love and the money will follow." Or so the saying goes. Today's featured twitterer is drumming up lots of money for charity by getting people to put their money where their hearts are. TheFabGiver, also known as Karyn Brianne, does it by making "giving" look good and by following her passions- charity and style.
In her blog for the Examiner, she reports on all the ways ordinary people and big companies are helping out fellow citizens by giving their money, time and services. On her personal blog, she tirelessly keeps readers informed about creative ways to give back and lays out stylish products to support various causes.
Brianne also helps women and girls with HIV/AIDS as a co-founder of The Red Pump Project. Keep on keeping on, TheFabGiver. We see you, girl. Consider yourself backed by the BlackTwitterati.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/Thefabgiver
Blog: http://thefabulousgiver.com/
Examiner Blog: Examiner.com

We're Back!

Get ready for more power profiles and semi-discovered gems on the Twitters. After a brief tussle with the powers-that-tweet over our username, we're back in business with lots of goodies already in the can. Apparently, we nabbed the name BlackTwitterati just before Twitter disallowed usernames containing "Twitter" and recently found ourselves unable to do anything but tweet from our Twitter homepage. The longstoryshort is that we can keep BlackTwitterati on Twitter and make some of the changes we want to our profile. So, be on the lookout for new material this week. And keep those emails and tweets coming!

ChanelleCarver: Literacy 'n' Poverty

-by guest blogger Kim Spight
What happens when a seven year old ambitious goal-oriented dreamer becomes an adult and commits to changing the world? You get Chanelle Carver and her non profit organization, Literacy 'n' Poverty Project, a startup nonprofit organization that works to alleviate poverty and improve adult education worldwide.

Chanelle gained her passion for non profit work from an early age and continued this through her college career. As she began to learn more about non profit organizations and social enterprises, she realized that she was always a social entrepreneur.

Twitter gives her organization a platform to educate and build relationships with current and new supporters and has allowed the organization to receive support from volunteer bloggers and writers. Having an online presence has allowed the organization to build a blog following for the MakeSocialChangeAReality.com blog. The blog is about educating and empowering others to make social change a reality in their own unique ways by giving others the opportunity to learn about social issues and uncover the necessary resources that will allow them to create change, the kind of change they can believe in and execute.

Find Chanelle and her organization at http://twitter.com/chanellecarver and http://twitter.com/lnpproject.

About today's contributor: Kim Spight is a new writer who is working on becoming a more frequent blogger at her own blog lattethenthoughts.wordpress.com. Also find her on Twitter as @girly1121.

AbiolaTV: High Definition

AbiolaTV is the Twitter name of a true Jane-of-all-trades. As a novelist, talk show hostess, blogger, and celebrity interviewer, this New Yorker is juggling several mediums simultaneously and making it look like so much FUN.
Her background makes her uniquely qualified to report on everything from urban happenings to haute couture. Abiola Abrams grew up in what she calls a "suburban ghetto" in Queens County, but attended an all-girls prep school on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Then, she decided to make her mark on the entertainment world at the age of 15, after getting her big break from rap figure Ed Lover at a block party on the other side of town.he age of 15, . So, needless to say, she knows her way around Gotham. Today, she hosts and produces "The Planet Abiola Show" on Blackplanet.com while making appearances on BET and VH-1. She's also the author of the new novel "Dare".
Her favorite topics are dating, shopping, celebrities and nightlife. At anytime you can find her sharing the details of her hectic life - whether on TUMBLR, her official site, her blog, Twitter, Flickr, Glam Media or (see below) her Youtube channel.

Planet Abiola: http://www.blackplanet.com/planetabiola/
Twitter: http://twitter.com/AbiolaTV
Blog: http://www.abiolaabrams.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/abiolaTV
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/abiolatv

Computer Giveaway by MochaDad

Just in time for the back-to-school rush, MochaDad is giving away TWO Hewlett-Packard computers. The prizes are one HP dv6t laptop, an HP Mini 110 netbook, and a customized Timbuk2 bag. What do you have to do to win this nice bundle? Simply submit a comment on his new review blog describing a teacher who impacted your life. MochaDad and wifey will choose the winner. The contest ends August 30th. Find out more HERE. You will kick yourself if you miss this.

TheRootBuzz: A Busy Bee

If a newbie to Twitter asked you for five "follow" recommendations, who would you name? One of our must-follows would definitely be TheRootBuzz. Jonathan Pitts-Wiley is the writer behind the the Twitter account and a section of the Washington Post-run The Root.com called "Buzz". He focuses on people, cultural events and entertainment causing a buzz on the web. At TheRootBuzz, you can't ask for a better roundup of what Black folks are talking about along with snarkalicious commentary. But beyond that TheRootBuzz is witty and irreverent with jaw-dropping regularity. Makes you wonder if his bosses are paying attention. And even if they aren't, we are.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/therootbuzz

Alter ego: http://twitter.com/pittswiley

Website: http://www.theroot.com/buzz

DeBerryandGrant: Daring Duo

Authors around the globe are trying to harness the reader-grabbing power of Twitter. Those who are having difficulty should take some tips from DeBerryandGrant, also known as the bestselling writing duo Virginia DeBerry and Donna Grant. Followers are rewarded with tweets that are funny, irreverent and delightfully off-topic. In short, they see the big picture, not just their corner of the universe.

Of course, as their longtime fans know, DeBerry and Grant are two of the most successful black writers today. They first made a literary splash with their novel Tryin' to Sleep in the Bed You Made back in 1996. Since then, they've written nearly half-a-dozen other novels about love and the pitfalls of modern living. Their most recent novel, What Doesn't Kill You, is nominated for best fiction for an African American Literary Award and at least two of their books are being turned into movies.

They're best friends who have been writing together for years while living in separate states. We think it's fair to say that their situation put them on the information super-highway earlier than many other authors. We're just happy to be able to read the little nuggets they drop on Twitter.

Website: http://deberryandgrant.com/

Twitter: http://twitter.com/DeBerryandGrant

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/DeBerry-Grant/36992085874

Blog: http://twomindsfull.blogspot.com/

MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/twomindsfull

ElonJames: Double Duty

ElonJames is the founder of the comedy production group "The Brooklyn Comedy Company". But anyone who dipped a toe in his Twitter stream today also knows he can be dead serious. As we've discovered, having those two sides can be very handy.
When the political stakes are as high as they are these days, you aren't going to find many people who can tell you what's going on in the world and have a sense of humor about it at the same time. But ElonJames manages to pull it off without sticking to anyone's script, which is usually the sign of a thinking person. Afterall, what is the point of being a blogger if you can't smooth go off sometimes?
But like most performers, he does his best stuff on-screen. People are still talking about his controversial BET Doesn't Care About Black People. As one Huffington Post commenter said, "It's comedy, but it hit the nail on the head." We're sure Elon has heard that before. Just take a look at his Black vs Black vid below about the media's attempts to pit African-Americans against one another:

Need more? It isn't hard to find ElonJames. He's everywhere you want to be, so check him out.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/elonjames

Blog: http://thisweekinblackness.com/

Website: http://elonjamesisnotwhite.com/

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/bccofilms

Huffington Post page: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/elon-james-white/

Facebook: http://www.networkedblogs.com/blog/this_week_in_blackness?ahash=28c251f7be733b18a9ed9b670ae9e5f2

Black Love Lives With "Happily Ever After"

Didn't we tell you that members of the Black Twitterati were constantly doing big things? Didn't we admit breathlessly that we were hearing about new projects from our honorees almost faster than we could post them? We featured @lamartyler right here back in February. Now his latest project is ready to be released and along with his wife they are set to prove that Black love lives!

The founders of the popular site BlackandMarriedWithKids.com have created a documentary called "Happily Ever After" that goes inside real black marriages to show positive images of marriage and parenting in the black community. As Lamar told us, "We didn't like the images that portrayed us so we created our own."

Topics discussed in the film include the portrayal of marriage and parenting in the black community, the Obama effect and the importance of parenting. The documentary will be released straight to DVD on August 4th 2009 but will premiere in Washington, DC "One Night Only" on Thursday, July 30th at the historic Avalon Theatre. Find more information about the premiere HERE and check out the trailer below:

Film Site: http://www.happilyeverafterthemovie.com

FB Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/happilyeverafterthemovie

DigitalSista: Ladies First

DigitalSista is one fearless warrior. She works just as hard off-line as she does online. Her mission? To close the gap in the digital divide and make sure women benefit from the leaps in the latest technology. She's also the founder of Digital Sisters/Sistas, a non-profit organization that uses digital media and technology to help under-served women and children.
She has several Web properties but her Twitter stream is where she does most of her best stuff. As the ultimate micro-blogger, she focuses on technology, social media, gadgets and politics. Earlier this year she was
nominated for a Shorty Award
, honoring the best content producers on Twitter.

We're told DigitalSista also rocked BlogPotomac last month when she spoke about social media and blog politics alongside some real heavy-hitters. Definitely add her to your must-read list!

Twitter: http://twitter.com/digitalsista

YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/digitalsista
Blogs: http://www.womenwiredin.com/
LinkedIn Group: WomenSuite

Inside Full-Figure Fashion Week

With the Essence Music Festival, the Fourth of July celebrations and all of the other happenings over the last weekend, we want to make sure the Black Twitterati gets the details on one other event. On Twitter this morning, we heard from a lot of blogging fashionistas about Full Figure Fashion Week which climbed to a grand finale over the weekend. We invited the Curvy Fashionista a/k/a MarieDenee to tell our tweeps all about it. (More dazzling profiles from the BlackTwitterati.com staff coming later this week!)

Take it away, Marie!
- by MarieDenee

Full Figured Fashion Week ended on an amazing high note. The energy that flowed throughout was contagious as people stepped onto the red carpet, to those who sashayed in their fabulous frocks to attend!

As the biggest self proclaimed fabric and fashion snob- a girl loves her Chloe, Dior, and Marc Jacobs, Full Figured Fashion Week’s finale brought something different to the scene… You see, all of those designers who I mentioned above, do not cater to my curves, although they fashionably accessorize them, from my jewelry, shoes, and handbags!

What the finale brought was different interpretations of Spring's casual, evening, party, daytime chic, and artistic to the forefront for the Curvy.Confident.Chic. Fashionista- or those who aspire to be. Now not every piece would I fashion, but I did have some favorites!

Jewel Shannon

Robert E. Knight

Qristyl Frazier Designs

Big Girls United (B.G.U.)

Monif C.

All photos Courtesy of Richard Lew Photography

What is going to be even more exciting, as this is the first for the Full Figured, this fashion week only tipped the iceberg of innovative, edgy, contemporary plus size designers out there! Those in attendance brought it- and brought it to some who did not even know they existed. What the finale show and the Fashion Week did was make many aware of the fashions that are available and bring attention to those designers out there, a platform to display to the world what they can do for our curves!

Keep it Curvy.Confident.Chic.

More Plus-Size Fashion Links:

Vibe Magazine: It's a Wrap

As former media people, it's tough to watch the newspaper and magazine industries go up in flames. Today Vibe, one of the country's last urban music and entertainment publications, became more kindling on the fire. The magazine announced it is closing its doors, a move which we're told was a surprise to some Vibe staffers. More information here.

Vibe was started in 1992 by Quincy Jones, who later sold the magazine. Since then, many talented writers and editors have passed through its doors. We wouldn't be the least bit surprised to see several of the latest staff members doing big things in the near future.

The photo in the top left corner shows Vibe's premier issue, featuring Treach of Naughty by Nature.

Michael Jackson Tributes Via the Web

Stars have been paying homage to music icon Michael Jackson since his sudden death last week. Thanks to the internet, people around the world are seeing those tributes are turning them viral. And some of them are really very heartwarming. We thought we'd forgo our usual weekly activities to show you just a sampling of the most popular ones.

Stevie Wonder remembered Michael Jackson with two touching tributes over the weekend. The second one included singer John Legend.

The BET Awards show on Sunday night is receiving mixed reviews. (Be sure to read PittsIndeed's Dear BET: What the F^@k Was That? ) But it also gave us a very classy tribute from Maxwell and personal stories from the O'Jays.

JNez: Father's Day

What took us so long to get to JNez?
He had already caught us checking him out. So, why no JNez piece on Black Twitterati until now? Our answer: It wasn't Father's Day weekend until now.

JNez does warn you right off the bat that his tweets may not be everyone's cup of tea. But, of course, his uniqueness turns out to be his greatest strength. Daily he struggles with depression, HIV/AIDS, relationships, and accepting his sexuality. But the most important part of his life is unmistakable: Fatherhood.

As many of us have discovered, being a parent shows you what you're really made of. So, while we may marvel that JNez regularly cares for his two daughters (and is currently taking care of a 3 month old nephew) in the midst of personal struggles, it's clear that children are the light of his life. He puts it best himself when he says, "You all know that despite my issues, fatherhood is very, very good for me."

JNez is the kind of blogger we all want to be when we grown up and are no longer afraid what people think. His ability to express inner turmoil and put himself "out there" is completely unmatched and last year it won him the 2008 Black Weblog Award for Best Personal Blog. His online journal makes you question yourself about how much of your iceberg is above the water. Some posts are pure poetry. No, really- in the form of a poem, and always with a twist at the end.

Through it all, though, this is a witty guy! We've watched him whip his rhyming skills and sense of humor into a handful of funny lines (like one "biting" verse called "Greedy" ). He excels at tossing out shiny coins that keep us coming back, because everyone knows Dad's pockets are always full of goodies. Happy Father's Day, JNez!

Twitter: http://twitter.com/jnez

Blog: http://thirtydaes.com/nisbett/

ClumpsOfMascara: True Colors

Both men and women complain about the time it takes them to groom themselves and get out of the door in the morning. But for two years now ClumpsOfMascara has been making beauty and style fun for her readers. As we've said before, you have to hand it to the real beauty bloggers who are trying out dozens of products at a time so the rest of us don't have to. ClumpsofMascara is one of the most exciting to read because she has maintained her enthusiasm. From lipgloss to nail polish, she has truly done it all. Her blog is a bright, friendly place we hope to visit for many more years to come. Happy Anniversary to Brittany and the crew!!!!

Twitter: http://twitter.com/ClumpsOfMascara

Blog: http://www.clumpsofmascara.com/

BlackCanseco: Knocks It Out of the Park

"Inflation no chance
To increase finance
Bills pile up sky high
Send that boy off to die

Oh, make me wanna holler
The way they do my life
Make me wanna holler
The way they do my life
This ain't livin', This ain't livin'"

BlackCanseco is one of those Twitterers you really have to try to get to know in order to see his big picture. At first glance he's a blogger of culture, music and politics. But dig a little deeper and you'll find he has a definite angle: It's time to "get out from under".

If you think BlackCanseco hasn't been where you are - maybe working in corporate America, maybe being underpaid or overworked, maybe finding out that you aren't running a race but spinning in a hamster wheel, maybe learning that the good fight is sometimes just a myth - think again. He's the author of Knock the Hustle: How to Save Your Life and Your Job From Corporate America, which talks about his former life as a writer for Chicago ad agencies. The life experiences that gave birth to the book also spawned the material BlackCanseco's followers have access to everyday. You have our permission to join the crowd. You just might learn something.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/BlackCanseco
Blog: http://www.hustleknockin.com/
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/hadjihustler

ReneeJRoss, also contributed to this piece.

CandiceNicolePR: Serious Business

Who says you can't use Twitter to conduct business? For months now, we've been watching people like CandiceNicolePR wheel-and-deal through social media.
Working at Black Entertainment Television might be enough of a challenge for most 20-somethings. But CandiceNicolePR is simultaneously branching out by running her own public relations outfit and blog. She's also a contributor and consultant to online magazines. On any given day, you can find her networking with publicists and designers or giving the lowdown on up-and-coming music artists. But she does it all with no hard sell and no demands. She's one more person who is keeping the "social" in social media. Keep your eye on her!

Twitter: http://twitter.com/CandiceNicolePR

Blog: http://candicenicoleinthecity.com/

Our Top 10 Twitter Tools

Unfollowing: It's what's for dinner.
Well, not really. But getting a more targeted Twitter following is all the rage right now as social media enthusiasts become less enthused about having thousands of un-engaged followers. There are literally hundreds of tools designed to help you navigate Twitter and measure your success at getting in touch with the right people. But let’s take a look at just 10 free Twitter tools that could streamline your Twitter stream and keep you from swimming against the current.

1) If you don’t mind having your Twitter habits analyzed, MrTweet could help you build a valuable following rather quickly. It recommends people for you to follow based on your network and recommends you to other people. In addition, it collects statistics about the frequency and popularity of your “tweets.”

2) Do you want to find out what other Twitterers in your network are doing or talking about in real time? Sure, you could scroll through various user accounts or do a search by topic LIKE... A... NOOB. But, the more efficient way is to use a Twitter client that keeps track of search terms and functions as a dashboard. TweetDeck presents your Twitter account as a personal browser. It shows all of the people in your network, conversations going on between them, and replies to your messages. You can even respond to tweets right from TweetDeck, without opening another window for Twitter.

3) Twhirl also tracks Twitter conversations about you or any topic you’re interested in, but it doesn’t take over your entire computer screen. While TweetDeck helps you to listen to what’s being said, Twhirl makes it even easier to get in on the conversation. For example, it sends your tweets to ping.fm which redistributes those messages to other social networking services like Facebook, Friendfeed, and Seesmic.

4) Everyone wants to create posts that “go viral”. That’s one reason why tracking URLs is a huge part of social media networking, particularly when you have a message to promote. Twitt(URL)y not only tracks the Web addresses people are tweeting in real time, but ranks them according to popularity. You can even create a Twitt(URL)y profile that will allow the service to track the URLs in their tweets and measure the popularity of each one.

5) If you don’t necessarily need your URL-tracking in real time, Tweetmeme can provide much of the functionality of Twitt(URL)y in a bright, more user-friendly format. It tracks the most popular URLs on Twitter in five-minute intervals, and lays them out as stories.

6) Want to manage your reputation online? Tweetbeep is one reliable way to track any mention of your name, your competitor’s name or the name of a product. It’s like Google alerts for Twitter, in that it gives hourly updates through e-mail alerts. It also goes a step further in allowing you to expand your brand by putting out feelers for projects and networking opportunities.

7) Eventually, you’ll need to find out if you’re doing enough to engage your followers on Twitter. This will require some metrics, but many of the best tools are free and readily available. Twitterless, for example, will notify you when someone stops following you. In addition, it will graph out your follower history on Twitter to help you find out why you’re gaining or losing followers.

8) By now, social media enthusiasts realize that quality trumps quantity when it comes to followers. A good following is made up of people who communicate frequently and remain engaged. If you need a little more information about the people who are responding to you and your message, you might want to consider the statistics tool TwitterFriends. It shows you how many people you interact with and identifies the valuable people with whom you have the most conversations.

9) A location-based Twitter service like NearbyTweets is a must for anyone interested in planning offline events or targeting users by geography. It can group followers by location, help to initiate relevant group discussions, and monitor local buzz about a company or product.

10) Finally, now that your Twitter account is clicking along, let's take this show on the road with Twitter mobile tools. Depending on your device, Twitterific, Twitterberry, Twitterfon, Tweetie, and UberTwitter will allow you to keep up with what’s happening on Twitter through your cell phone or Blackberry even when you’re not in front of a computer.

Here's the most important part of this post: What Twitter tools are you using right now? Do you like the way they work or do you wish there was something better? Which ones have you been thinking about trying?

Corvida: Professional. Blogger.

Some people are good bloggers, some are extremely tech-savvy, and others are social networkers. Still others manage to do it all with stunning ease. Corvida has the know-how to get your Web property going, drop tips on increasing your reach through social networking, and then package it all so that you can take it on the road via your iPhone. People who say the phrase "professional blogger" is an oxymoron just haven't met the right individuals.

In her early twenties, Corvida has already been called one of the most influential women in technology by Fast Magazine. She's the editor of the Mr. Tweet blog, as well as the co-founder of both EverythingTwitter.com and The SocialGeeks Roundtable Podcast. She has also worked her magic for ReadWriteWeb, The Industry Standard, TechCrunch, and Mashable .

What's refreshing is that Corvida doesn't let her connections determine her direction. She still gets genuinely excited by finding an inspiring bit of technology. But she expresses other emotions - like burnout - stemming from the pressure to keep up with all things 2.0. Despite blanket advice about how often bloggers should publish, Corvida recently made the decision to post only when she had something interesting to say- and it's working for her. We couldn't find one useless piece of drivel anywhere on her site or Twitter. The lessons we take away from this young sister? Do your own thing and do what you love.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/corvida

Blog: http://shegeeks.net/

Podcast: http://thesocialgeeks.com/

MoutonNoirWines: Urban Flavor By The Glass

Real quick. How many winemakers have street teams in New York City? Suffice it to say, not very many and maybe only one. But, as far as we can tell, there aren't many wine hustlers like MoutonNoirWines - also known as Andre Mack. He gets the word out about his "distinctive garage wines" in ways that are unique to young urban entrepreneurs.
First some background: Mack first became interested in wine while working in the restaurant trade. Just a few short years later, he had worked his way up to head sommelier at a four-star restaurant in New York and he eventually became the first African-American to be named “Best Young Sommelier” by Chaine des Rotisseurs. He founded Mouton Noir Wines in 2004 and began selling his bottles to popular restaurants.

Today, he’s often featured in publications such as Black Enterprise and Food & Wine Magazine. He drums up street level support through wine-tastings, Mouton Noir paraphernalia, a street promotions and the internet. In a relatively short amount of time, he has been building up an army of wine-lovers on Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace. Mack not only does a bang up job of promoting his own wines, he's also willing to talk about other people's beverages - including beer!- and even a little history about wine-making. Looking for the perfect bottle to accompany the perfect meal? It's worth sending him a tweet to see if he can spare some time for a recommendation. Just tell him the BlackTwitterati sent ya.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/MoutonNoirWines

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mouton-Noir-Wines/

Blog: http://www.moutonnoirwines.net/blog/

PumpsAndGloss: Keeps It Popping

It's a joy to see people using social networking and having a good time doing it. PumpsAndGloss does a great job of keeping the "social" part in the equation. Despite being a busy mom, wife and beauty blogger, she maintains meaningful connections and engages followers on a daily basis. It's no wonder she's a favorite on Twitter's "follow Fridays". Many of us have to work at building a rapport that allows us to promote our interests while remaining human. But for PumpsAndGloss, it appears to come naturally. Her blog is a very entertaining mix of beauty tips and personal experience. Like all engaging bloggers she isn't afraid to put herself out there, use herself as a guinea pig and then take pictures of it all. But don't be surprised to find her throwing current events, faith and sex into the mix as well. Drop her a tweet and you'll see what we mean.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/PumpsAndGloss

Blog: http://pumpsandgloss.com/

Classic Hip Hop on Twitter: Rebirth of Click?

Speaking of music...
It's no longer a mystery what your favorite old school/classic/golden age hip-hop idol is up to. There's a very good chance he or she is on the Twitters. Normally studying music celebrities on Twitter isn't usually very helpful for regular folks who don't have "real world" fame. But something very interesting is happening right now in the way these rap pioneers use social media to connect with fans and each other. What we're finding out is that most of them are still on the scene in one way or another, and many of them are still making good music. Find out for yourselves. Below is a list of the classic hip-hop stars (and we did stretch this a bit to include some interesting folks) who have been active recently on Twitter. After thorough investigation, we're pretty sure the following tweeps are the real deal (we left off the ones we weren't sure about):


Could be him:

Anyone we accidentally left off? Let us know in comments and we'll kick them up on the list.

Ultramagnetic: FuseBoxRadio

Her syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast was founded back in 1998 while she was an undergrad at Rutgers University. Her show is a mix of new and classic hip hop, along with soul music from around the globe. But before you assume that FuseBoxRadio is only about the music, check her Twitter stream, blog and podcast for a barrage of political topics and social commentary. Who was all over the Swine Flu outbreak, the ongoing Somali pirate developments and AFRICOM? It was FuseBoxRadio.

This is a great example of expanding your reach by using social media for reasons other than direct self-promotion. Thousands of shows that started out on AM/FM radio are being broadcast on the internet right now. But not many are able to branch out beyond their original audience. FuseBoxRadio manages to stand out by using social media properly and by being multifaceted at a time when it's so much easier to dumb it down. Catch her transmissions wherever you can.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/fuseboxradio

Podcast: http://fuseboxradio.podomatic.com/

Blog: http://www.BlackRadioIsBack.com

Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/fuseboxradio
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