Blogger Journey

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On Wednesday we took a new step on the long journey that began earlier this month.  Eleven participants, including seven authors of blogs, met in what we playfully call, “Café Blogger.”  We began with the article from Andrew Sullivan, “Why I Blog?” and the questions outnumbered the certainties learned from our brief experience on the Internet.

We discussed the call for the contest, A Virtual Island, whose grand prize will be the laptop I won in the Bitacoras.com contest.  Someone suggested that idea of inviting all the bloggers of the world who would like to drop by the weekly meeting we’ll be holding throughout the year.  We invite them, also, to collaborate with manuals, books and programs for this exchange of information.

The presentations made so far and the related articles can be read here* temporarily, until we have the new website ready where everything relating to the Blogger Journey will be posted.  Those who want to submit their own articles can send them to my email—use the one through the portal Desdecuba.com—or to the email address of the journal Convivencia (Coexistence).

Translator’s note:
The articles for this project will be translated as time and resources allow (resources being volunteer translators… if you want to help… speak up!  There’s an email address in the sidebar.).  In the meantime, the links will be to the Spanish language articles.

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3 thoughts on “Blogger Journey

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  2. CIRO TE VEO FLAKITO, PELO POETA, Y CON EL PALO EN LA MANO. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU ALL. YOUR MY SHINING LIGHT IN CUBA.

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