Calling all Educational Bloggers who're on Blogspot

Extrasolar planet WASP-11b/HAT-P-10b

Turkey has put a ban on Google's Blogspot and our readers there are (temporarily) unable to read our posts.

If you're an educational blogger, would you like to join me in circumventing this ruling by becoming a contributor on an emergency Posterous blog?

Here's the site:
http://emergencyblogspace.posterous.com/








Details
If you use blogspot (not EduBlogs, Posterous, WordPress etc) and you would like to keep your Turkish readers in the loop (as no doubt along the merry way of life, they'll be other countries which arise with similar bright ideas) then zap me with a quick Tweet/DM  (or email me at kalinagoenglishblog at googlemail dot com) ~

I'll check out your blog, check that you are a serious blogger* and if you are, I'll make you a contributor. 

Then all you'll have to do is add a "share on posterous button" on your desktop and after posting on your own blog, you can send whole or partial posts to this site so our Turkish readers aren't left out in the cold...

Join me!

Karenne

* No edubloggers with less than 10 articles - sorry, it's not personal, just have to make sure you're not a scam-artist as they do exist
** Obviously if you're an Edublogger in Turkey using Blogspot, just drop me a line.


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