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Protecting Bold Voices

I'm Noha Atef, a blogger from Egypt. I've been blogging on since 2006, reporting horrible torture crimes and violence against innocent citizens. … Read More»

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Women Writers Using Male Pseudonyms Online

This post at relates how some women bloggers are finding success using male pseudonyms online … Read More»

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VOF MONTH 1 (Internet helps cut cost)

Twenty eight year old OluwaTosyn Bucknor, also called Tosyn wants to make sickle cell disease an ailment people can talk about instead of one they are ashamed of. … Read More»

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VOF Week 3: (My Two Cents)

Blogging is big. It often feels like EVERYBODY has a blog, and almost every major nonprofit organization (at least in the U.S.). And why not? … Read More»

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VOF Week 3 “Blogging : Laying it bare”

Blogging for me is wearing your heart on a sleeve. It actually depends on how much of you want to share with the world. … Read More»

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VOF Week 3: (To blog or not to blog ... that's the question)

I still remember that time when I was living in Spain for the first time in 1997, when the newspapers used to offer “workshops” to teach how to use Internet. … Read More»

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VOF Week 3: (Blogs- A Mixed Bag)

I started a blog in December 2007 and was pretty consistent with it for almost year. … Read More»

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VOF Week 3: (Perfectionist Fear in the Blogasphere)

Challenges and Barriers to Blogging … Read More»

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VOF Week 3: (The Born Again Blogger)

My main challenge to blogging has been my perception of it; namely, that it is a vast community in which to amplify one’s own naval-gazing. … Read More»

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