You never heard of it. Neither me, so I really don't know that much about it. This one on Oahu just started on a whim when I could go Night Clubbing and enjoy some nice a Live Music. So the fact remains that no one really knows, but many of us are making the effort to define ours, especially since at one point I was getting close to deleting it. We are getting a few readers now and the feedback is going to count.
"We are still masters of our fate, all of us. We are still captains of our souls."
A dancing blog may be a personal diary - a daily pulpit - a collaborative space - a political soapbox. It may be a breaking-news outlet - a collection of links - our own private thoughts and even memos to the world. Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus, all in one, but much closer to home, us on Oahu, the reader/dancers, as a smaller group and in a more personal manner. I offer the platform, then it is up the reader to take it or leave it. The decision is completely up to them.
"My Favorite Things" by Andy Williams
Our dancing blogs are whatever we want them to be. There are thousands of them, in all shapes and sizes, so there are no real rules. In simple terms, a dance blog is a dance web site, where we write stuff on an ongoing basis. New stuff shows up at the top, so our visitors can read what's new. Then they comment on it or link to it or email us. Or whatever and it is all up to them, no requirements, no commitments. In this blog we have two distinct groups, the listeners and the dancers and they get along just fine.
"You can see some terrific 'movers' to that good live music on all our
dance floors, every night of the week on Oahu."