Blogjune 2013

Blogjune is an annual event during which the brave and foolhardy among us attempt to blog daily during the month of June.

Anyone can join in so long as you have a blog. Your blog can be a personal one, a group one, even an organisational one…

We don’t usually have a theme for the month so it’s entirely up to you what you would like to blog about.

Many of us are on Twitter, and we use the hashtag #blogjune.

I thought I’d try and collect and collate all your blog details. I’m running out of time this morning, but I’ll publish another page later this week with all your details – just to help you keep up with your reading and commenting.

UPDATE 1:34pm. It appears this form is working only intermittently. I have only received two submissions to date! 🙁
I will need to take a look at it when I get home from work. If you would like to join in you are welcome to email me in the meantime (flexnib at gmail), or ping me with your details on Twitter.

UPDATE: 9:10pm. I’ve fiddled, updated the plugin I’ve used to generate it, and tested the form several times. Each time it’s sent me through my details. I can’t find anything wrong with it 🙁
Please do try resubmitting your data if you sent it through earlier. (I’ve only received regos from @lor_rahh and @katejf, and thanks Michelle McLean for emailing me directly 🙂 )

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5 Responses to Blogjune 2013

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  2. Catherine Hocking (@c_hocking) says:

    Great idea – looking forward to seeing a list of great blogs. It will also be useful as I tackle #commentJuly!

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  5. My 3 post for June is in! Hope I can keep it up! I have started to blog for ANZ 23 Mobile Things, which was suggested by my partner in ILN, and will be doing it there!

    Thanks for the initiative!

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