Hello, I am the most passionate user and developer and documentor of Habari in the world.

Why am I called Habari Wank? In Swahili, “wank” means “big big fan,” so every time you come to my blog it’s like “What’s up, big big fan?” I also registered it to prevent any awful blogs like this one from starting. The only way we can truly triumph over our enemies is by silencing them.

Just a little background on myself, I was originally a user of Blogger, then Greymatter, then Blogger again, then Movable Type, then b2, then b2evolution, then Dotclear, then Google Blogger, then Squarespace, then Typo, then Textpattern, then WordPress, then LifeType, then Wheatblog.

But more recently, I started off on WordPress, where I was drawn in by the promises of free stuff without having to contribute back. Then, as the fabled Shuttle was taking off, I looked into the sky and saw the like. Several hours later when my eyes recovered, I volunteered. I was not worthy at the time.

Then I saw the light that was Inksmith. Look at all those faces, it will be a success! Khaled, my idol, posted about it. I put my email in the announcement list, and I wait to this day for news of the great coming.

Finally one day I was stumbling drunk through the streets of New York, and I found myself in the 24-hour Apple store clicking blog to blog wistfully and thinking about ending my sad, rejected existence. Finally, I came across a blog post by the great Chris Davis. I have written about this day in my autobiography already. It spoke of a new world, one where we would crush the oppression of WordPress, free ourselves from reliance on MySQL, and bring to the people a project that WAS NOT the same as all blogging software out there, because it was MADE OF PEOPLE! They said anyone was welcome, and finally I had found my place. I had been accepted by the same people who had rejected me before! I was worthy!!

Here I stand before you, no longer alone, but united in the coming a new age of blogging technology which will make all other things which attempt to use the letters B, L, O, or G tremble in their Birkenstocks. WE ARE HABARI!

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9 Responses to “About”


  1. 1 that girl again January 11, 2007 at 8:37 pm

    Are you going to provide a pronunciation guide for ‘wank’ or appeal to a native speaker of fandom to record one for you?

  2. 2 habariwank January 11, 2007 at 9:09 pm

    I pronounce it with a long K.

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