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fabio is in the building

Brayden

Good news for the orgtheory enthusiast or even casual follower! Fabio Rojas has agreed to join our organizational-minded cult blog permanently. Omar, Teppo, and I are glad to have him join forces with us in promoting all that is organizational.

And with Fabio secured as a blogger, we are inching closer to fulfilling Jeremy’s plan to take over sociology and institute a blogocracy. Get your posters and bobbleheads now, before it’s too late.

Written by brayden king

September 14, 2006 at 2:37 pm

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  1. Good news – as orgtheory gets larger and larger I hope you don’t mind if I take out the names and just point to the brand quality.

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    Tina

    September 14, 2006 at 3:57 pm

  2. Fabio – great to have you!

    (Brayden: You might consider adopting an alias for purposes of the blog – specifically given Jeremy’s comment).

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    Teppo

    September 14, 2006 at 3:57 pm

  3. Welcome Fabio! Brayden gave you a most appropriate Elvis welcome, but I’ll say you deserve a more contemporary hip hop welcome:

    Fabio is in da’ house! Raise the roof…

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    Omar

    September 14, 2006 at 4:53 pm

  4. I was wondering what all the joyous screaming was I heard on the streets of Harvard at 4:38pm, but I realize now it was people reading this post as it just came online.

    I’m serious about the future of sociology being in the collective hands of the blogging sociologists. We need a Contexts story.

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    Jeremy

    September 15, 2006 at 1:24 pm

  5. […] A little bit of bugfixing was necessary, but now, everything is up and working on sozlog again :-). In the meantime, orgtheory has grown larger: Teppo Felin and Brayden King have set up a mercedes among sociological websites and were joined by Omar Lizardo. Now, Fabio Rojas has moved into their blog house, too. I delivered my congratulations already, take the opportunity an point the outstanding quality and also introduce Driedsage by Jeff Larson and What would Durkheim Do? by Timothy Shortell, two more very interesting sociological weblogs. Bamblog is up and running again, too! […]

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