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Today is Blog Day, a day for bloggers to highlight some new and interesting blogs that they have found. Here are five blogs that I have been checking out lately. Enjoy!
Innovation, Africa and the environment: These are not topics that you often see together, but Juliana deftly covers news and insights about the environment and the African continent.
Index cards are for more than making flash card. Jessica Hagy posts an index card a day with a chart or diagram for a funny take on the world. The blog is a fun source of daily amusement, and I believe that she has a book out as well.
Milena Thomas is a fellow blogger through the Brazen Careerist Network. Her blog covers insights about her life and her view of politics through a libertarian’s eyes. We don’t agree politically, but I love having my views challenged occasionally.
Sarah writes on her blog about the nexus of information technology and social change, an intriguing topic to consider. I found her blog through the new Changeblogger Ning site that Britt Bravo started.
See some gorgeous pictures from around the world and learn about various social causes, all in the same site. Collective Lens promotes social change through the medium of photography, promoting awareness and providing a window into the lives of the millions of people who live on less than $2 a day.
Want to participate in Blog Day? Here are the instructions.
I wanted to give a personal welcome to new readers here who found me through change.org. I was surprised and delighted to find out that I was this week’s featured changemaker. I have recently joined change.org, and it is a wonderful way to connect with other changemakers all over the world. If you are reading this, and have not joined change.org yet, I would recommend that you sign up.
I have added a list of popular posts below for a quick tour of my blog. You can contact me through email and a number of social networking sites by visiting Contact Me.
Thanks again for reading!