If I have forgotten to greet you since you joined this web site, publicly I like to say; welcome to all new and future BrooWaHa contributors, subscribers and evaluators.
The New York edition has now grown to 71 members, the membership and fan club is constantly advancing right along side of each online journalist due to great compositions, excellent topics and even among on going debates. This web site is becoming extremely popular and eventually there will be no room available on the BrooWaHa servers to accommodate everyone’s electronic digital work. It is great however that this site is adding something positive to communities all across the nation, in addition it also extends to other countries for example, London, India, France, and Canada. In such a short time this website has shown strategic growth and systematic progress as it continues to establish itself, with plans of planting other segments in new locations in many parts of the world. Excellent administrative ideas surely had to be implemented in order to maintain the kind of growth that we are experiencing within BrooWaHa, and I am sure that it required an outstanding business team in order to get it up and running.
BrooWaHa’s managerial focus is now looking to upgrade the site so that it will be more inviting for new people to join this website and more comfortable for Old veterans to maintain their membership. I also like to say welcome to our new editor David Cohn (known as Digidave at Broowaha) I realized from his credentials that he will be a great addition to the BrooWaHa online team, who will also be around for a very long time.
In addition along with a new team member we now have a new interface: this comes as a backdrop to BrooWaHa’s ingenuity and online team effort. The writing interface has been changed utilizing new tools like italic, empowering writers to create bullet points, add links to your editorials and also a spell-checker for your articles, this is a wonderful addition which saves a lot of the freelance journalist time editing their work. And from what I can gather from Sir Ariel’s network email, BrooWaHa will be unleashing a new feature called "Call for Contributions", which are network stories petitioned by the editor concerning specific subjects and the aim is to write as a network to recover the most information about any particular topic that the editor decides on. A most fascinating idea, presumably there will be rules that we all may have to follow but that is to be expected.
Obviously this is a great time to join BrooWaHa as these new and exciting changes are in effect I am certain that all of us here at BrooWaHa have the same sentiment as we welcome all new writers, visitors and those who just want to read and rate our work. You’ll find that it’s a marvelous feeling to have your work published so quickly, to actually see it up in lights, it gives you the ability to be heard and allows your point of view to finally be recognized throughout the world. So we must continue to write, debate, applaud, and criticize our way to a better online freelance environment.
As we start the New Year with great expectations, 2008 in my vision will build a celebrated online community for people who enjoy reading, and who are lovers of the written and spoken word. We as contributors may not always agree on every issue and we may not agree on our methods of production but we can agree to disagree as long as it continues to build BrooWaHa .
Thanks to the BrooWaHa team and Special thanks goes to Ariel Vardi, (Founder) for a creative concept and a great job.