Happy Blog Day

I was taking a look at Technorati to see what’s new and saw that BlogDay2006 was the most popular tag. Remember years ago when one had to be a programmer and learn HTML to create Web pages. Web 2.0 has certainly changed things! Now anyone can create a blog and say just about anything.

Since the BlogDay site is down (for the moment), I was able to find the details for today’s festivities from A Mama’s Rant.

  1. Find five new blogs that you find interesting.
  2. Notify the five bloggers that you’re recommending them on BlogDay 2006.
  3. Write a BlogDay post today with a short description of each blog, and a link back to each one.
  4. Add a “BlogDay 2006” Technorati tag and/or link back to Technorati BlogDay 2006 page.
  5. Link to BlogDay website (which at the time of this posting, isn’t working)

So here are my 5 blogs for BlogDay 2006:

  1. LifeHacker – Computers make us more productive. Yeah, right. Lifehacker recommends the software downloads and web sites that actually save time. Don’t live to geek; geek to live.
  2. NetFamilyNews – Kid-tech news for parents. Welcome to the official blog of the SafeKids/NetFamilyNewsletter.
  3. Cool Cat Teacher Blog – Teaching content with new tools, enthusiasm, and belief that teaching is a high calling.
  4. 43 Folders – Personal productivity, life hacks, and simple ways to make your life a little better.
  5. Cats Me if You Can – A must for any cat lover or hater for that matter!

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About Lori Reed

Lori Reed, coauthor of Workplace Learning & Leadership: A Handbook for Library and Non-Profit Trainers, is a learning and communication strategist with more than twenty years experience in learning and development. A 2009 Library Journal Mover & Shaker and a 2010 "One to Watch" for paralibrarians, Lori graduated cum laude from East Carolina University with a Bachelor of Science in Communication. Lori is a certified Synchronous Learning Expert and a North Carolina Master Trainer and has traveled across North America speaking about libraries and training.

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