For centuries, the Roman Forum, or “Forum Magnum” as the citizens of the ancient city called it, was the center of Roman public life. It served as a site for triumphal processions and elections, was the nucleus of commercial affairs, and more importantly a venue for public speeches. The teeming heart of ancient Rome, it has been called the most celebrated meeting place in the world, and in all history.
In the same spirit, this Forum Magnum of the new world attempts to create a venue where ideas can be shared, random thoughts communicated, observations revealed and secrets disclosed.
All in long form.
If the mark is hit, you will have left feeling a little bit better. Better informed perhaps. Maybe even enlightened. But most of all, entertained.
If not, no matter. The contributors certainly believe we have something to say.