A Little Something for International Women’s Day, March 8th – The Sunday Re-Blog

I am published! A chapter, but that’s a good start. I think blogging’s been a good start for me!

Comparative Geeks

Maybe you’ve been following them, maybe you’ve been a part of the conversation. Maybe you just remember one of our most popular posts here and wondered what it was about. Well, last year’s Feminist Friday posts from here and other blogs have been published in an e-book!

The cover! It's a real thing! The cover! It’s a real thing!

You can find the book, available March 8, on Amazon for $0.99. They wouldn’t let us run it for free, so we’ve decided that any proceeds will go to a charity to be determined. There is also a free version available on Smashwords.

As an e-book, all of the links are active, so you can go from pages in the book to the original blog posts, where you can still like, comment, share – all the good stuff. If you have not engaged with these posts before, be prepared! Most of them had well over…

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Yes, Hashtags Are Helping.  Or: Why Shonda Rhimes Doesn’t Know What She’s Talking About (The Sunday Re-Blog)

Fantastic look at how social media can be used, and how it should not be discounted by people just because they do not understand it.

Also, this is a great blogger whom I highly recommend, and I’m not just saying that because she took my comments and edited them into her original post. Yay writers!

The Sunday Re-Blog – The Purpose of Education for #FeministFriday

I often cut in the text from one of my posts to re-blog it here, but this post is special. It is now the most-liked post on Comparative Geeks that has not been Freshly Pressed, and also has a poll with the most interaction, and the most comments for any of our posts.

As such, I would love if you read it for you to be able to read the conversation it sparked, and participate in the polls as well. As such, I present the link to the original post:

The Purpose of Education for #FeministFriday.

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