ATTN: Bloggers

We have a couple of global events coming up.

First, from Listics:

One Web Day

OneWebDay: September 22

. . .

Then, via problogger:

Blog Action Day

Both of these look challenging, fun, and possibly even worthwhile. I'm giving them some thought.

Other blogging items to think about:

FromBlog Sisters we have
The W Magical List of Women Bloggers. Now, it's possible to get weary of this issue, and we do have several 'lists' of women bloggers -- but it's tough to not welcome a new one. Besides, it gives me an excuse to post an updated version of this:

The Carnival of Feminists | She-Blogger-she had the experience of an older woman, the morals of a liberal -- and all of the internets for her wanton playground!

where are the women bloggers

where are the women bloggers

where are the women bloggers

where are the women bloggers

where are the women bloggers

where are the women bloggers

where are the women bloggers

where are the women bloggers

where are the women bloggers

where are the women bloggers

where are the women bloggers

[She-Blogger graphic by tild~. I orderedthe mug. I couldn't help myself.]

I have more.

. . .

Go toWatermark
to read the whole post.

[I'm having difficulty formatting this post -- the images, at least in preview, insist on aligning right, which is not what I want. I'm going to go ahead and post, just to see what it looks like.]

ADD A COMMENT

In order to comment on BlogHer.com, you'll need to be logged in. You'll be given the option to log in or create an account when you publish your comment. If you do not log in or create an account, your comment will not be displayed.

Menu