Blogging for a cause – GlobalVoices Advocacy

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Global Voices Advocacy - Defending Free Speech Online

 

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2 Responses to Blogging for a cause – GlobalVoices Advocacy
  1. Jure Cuhalev (Zemanta) Reply

    Thanks for spread a word about a good cause! I’ve added your vote the Blogging for a cause tally: http://bit.ly/b4cvotes so you can keep track of progress yourself. Now make sure to get your friends blogging as well! We’ll be giving money to top 5 charities, that means you have very good chances at raising money for your cause!

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  2. David Reply

    I find that Facebook and Twitter have sort of become my olutets for those many random thoughts that fly around in my head and have nowhere to go. Also the ‘moments’ that happen throughout a day or week are shared more on Twitter/FB than on my personal blog. I’ve gotten away from writing there atm, but I’m not sure the blame can be entirely laid on the doorsteps of twitter and facebook. I’ve always gone in cycles with my blogging. Sometimes the ideas flow faster than I can blog them and I post almost daily, and sometimes I got nuthin’ and the blog goes quiet for a while. I’ve been like that since well before twitter/FB came along.

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