Rock the Cause is really working hard to be a role model for College students. I am glad they have found their voice.
- Kent Linder, Development Director, Open Arms of Minnesota
How many times have you found yourself conversing with friends and had them drop the name of a website, telling you that it’s “one of the coolest sites on the web”? Of those times, how often did you follow-up later on and actually visit that website? Taking things one step further, once you were on that website, how much time did you spend poking around, really figuring out what it was all about?
We humans can have particularly fickle attention spans, and when given the option, we’ll often choose summary over depth of writing. Yet who can contest that digging deep into a website can be a gold mine for education, enlightenment, and enjoyment if we only spend the time and attention needed!? Well, I’ve done just that with a little site called irockthecause.org, and however much I would prefer you pay the site a visit yourself, I know there’s a chance that won’t happen. So, I’m going to begin summarizing, and at any time you feel like leaving here and heading over there, you’ll be most welcome (but, come back later if you have the time.)
Some things I learned about Rock the Cause
Did you know?
posted January 27th, 2010 at 3:17 pm MN Rock