This week on


Dear readers: Am I going to see you on TweetChat this week? If not, why not? Are you looking forward to reading Kim’s essay on the myth of the “angry Black woman”? Do you think commercials for blogs are silly? ;)

I’d love to hear from you…

14 Responses to “This week on”

  1. Rasheem Pugh Says:

    Hello Aliya!! how are you Queen… i like that hair style on you,very nice! you look good..! Well i hope all is well and i will now join twitter…lol i am doing something very big,that im gonna need your input,story or something… im doing an award show called ( SAVE THE ARTS AWARD SHOW) and fund raiser for the SAVE THE ARTS CENTER, March 20,2010 Greensboro NC, Carolina Theater. This is the first award show that will award Painters,Sculptors and Architects!!! We will soon have the worlds surport on such a rare event.. and i am current swamp with calls and marketing people and others daily… im working on a web-site as we speak,the proto type award will be in hand june 27th… i want to promote on your site or blog,or whatever,lol… also i will be in nj in a week or so.. and maybe we can meet…

  2. jay1 Says:

    that’s really cool. you’re an inovator. i’m biting this idea fyi.

  3. Cinemabitch Says:

    Looking forward to hearing about the angry black woman. As long as the content is on point a commercial makes sense.

  4. Katura Says:

    Commercial–great idea.

  5. Smilezzpretty Says:


    I am anxiously anticipating the piece concerning, “angry black woman!” With all that we’ve endured it will be interesting to see what plights Ms Soullful will be bringing to light!

    God Bless

  6. Alisha Says:

    I am loving this vid! I can finally put a voice with the words! It’s kinda like listening to a song that’s never released from an album, yet you already have in your head how the video will look. I’m looking forward to the Tweetchat. I can’t lie, I think I fell asleep for the last one. The most interesting post for me will probably be about your new assignment and how social media played a part in that. I’m still not seeing the benefits of Twitter (I need a tutorial).

    Cute hair, btw. Happy reading (and learning), folks!

  7. Robyn Says:

    Love this. (And loved the “Angry black woman” by Kim with the hands and grunt. lol)

  8. Yolonda Says:

    Loving it & looking forward to reading MORE

  9. fireanddesire Says:

    Absolutely not silly. Commercials are made to advertise and seek viewership. If someone is seeking to generate an audience, whether for a movie, an clothing store, or a toy -why would it be silly? Clever, yes.
    Silly..not at all.

  10. Michael Says:

    I love this, and yeah, I kinda want to bite it, too. LOL.

  11. Jackie H. Says:

    @Michael, me too…and I WILL be biting…haha

  12. la negrita Says:

    Yaaaay! Can’t wait for the guest blog. :-D

  13. Ebony Says:

    I must say I am definitely intrigued……am I an angry black woman……hmmmmmm lol

  14. Andrea Says:

    Love, love, love this, Aliya. Super smart and chic.

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