Triberr 1.2: Rockstar Bloggers and Chatlanians


Triberr is an invite-only social platform that empowers bloggers to be curated AND to curate other bloggers via Twitter. Once you get your invite into a tribe and set up your account, your reach of your blog post is automagically multiplied by the Twitter reach of all the members of your tribe. You can also create and build your own tribes – after you get your first invite.

Obviously, the best tribe for you on Triberr is the one that fits (more or less) with your level of reach, insight, content, capacity for connection, and ambitions.

Rockstars and Chatlanians

Rockstars and Chatlanians is a tribe for bloggers who want, who create and who sustain meaningful conversations – the kind of interaction that will take us out of the filthy gutter of ordinary aspirations and that all too human lifestyle of envy, contempt and jealousy.

It is a tribe for badassery. For bloggers with a fire in the belly. Stars in their eyes. And a double fist full of words. Ideas. Insights. Story. Dreams. Aspiration.


In the Kin-dza-dza galaxy, there is a dystopic planet called Pluke. It’s a dog-eat-dog world. If you ever end up there, you’ll want to test positive as a Chatlanian. Bring blinking leds, clean water, boxes of matchsticks and a white cotton suit. Yellow trousers are optional.

You’ll have to pass the test to get into our tribe. It’s pretty simple and harmless. We’ll shine a little light on you and your blog. If you’re a Chatlanian, you’re in. It’s that simple.

The orange light tells no lies.

Apply here. Don’t forget to give your name, rank, and blog URL.

You’ll get an answer immediately. Or within five business days. Whichever comes first.


Rockstars and Chatlanians are expected to:

  1. Rock their blogs.
  2. Connect in a meaningful way with their fellow tribes-people.
  3. Read, like, and rock the comments on the blogs of fellow tribes-people.
  4. Retweet (RT) the savvy tweets of their fellow tribes-people.
  5. Comment and like the savvy Facebook posts of their fellow tribes-people.
  6. Give liberal doses of love to their tribes people on Naymz, Linkedin, and other sites.
  7. Do good. Contribute. Advance the tribe in order to advance our aspirations.


Our membership goal is 100 tribe members. That could take time. Not everyone is a Chatlanian. Fewer are rock star material. It’s going to cost cashola every time we grow the tribe. Members will be required to pony up.

We’re going to make a website/blog for the tribe. Let’s call it a wog. Together, we’ll define what that wog will do for us.

Last but not least, we’re going to do amazing things, together. Because it’s not enough to want to do amazing things. We make amazing things happen.

Are you ready to unleash the rockstar blogger in you?

Apply here. Don’t forget to give your name, rank, and blog URL.

Other blog posts about Triberr

1. Triberr by JackB

2. Extend Your Social Media Reach With Automagical Triberr by Marcus Baker

3. Triberr – A New Way to Participate in a Tribe by Stacy

4. Triberr: How I Increased My Reach To Over 300,000 (And Growing) by Jason Yormark

5. A Better Way to Reach: Triberr by Paul Flanigan

Stan Faryna
16 May 2011
Bucharest, Romania

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About Stan Faryna

Mr. Faryna is the founder and co-founder of several technology, design and communication companies in the United States and Europe including Faryna & Associates, Inc., Halo Interactive, and others.

Stan Faryna served as a Global Voices author and translator. Global Voices is a non-profit global citizens’ media project founded at Harvard Law School’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society, a research think-tank focused on the Internet’s impact on society.

His political, scholarly, social and technical opinions have appeared in The Chicago DefenderJurnalul NationalThe Washington TimesSagarSaptamana FinanciaraSocial Justice Review, and other publications.

Mr. Faryna also served as editor-in-chief of Black and Right (Praeger Press, 1996), a landmark collection of socio-political essays by important American thinkers including U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.


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6 Responses to Triberr 1.2: Rockstar Bloggers and Chatlanians

  1. adrianklein says:

    by far the most awesome tribe on @Triberr a place for rockstars

  2. Adrian Klein says:

    I joined Rockstars and Chatlanians tribe on #Triberr – a rockstar give friendship and props out of a bottomless cup

  3. osakasaul says:

    Can’t wait to hear how your tribes are coming, and hare ideas on what works and what doesn’t in dealing with people coming ito the Triberr family.

    • Stan Faryna says:


      I love your untamed passion and restless enthusiasm for new and greater accomplishments. I know that you can do amazing things. Let’s build a Triberr community that is unstoppable in amplifying and sharing voices – great and small. Let’s do this together.

  4. Thanks so much, Stan, to include me in this amazing Tribe. I love the concept behind the tribe and I will do my best to uphold its virtuous and badass standards!

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