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John Powers

Not exactly to your questions, but...I was very impressed with the Malawian William Kamkwamba blog http://williamkamkwamba.typepad.com/williamkamkwamba/ Two months from first using a computer to writing a blog! He's got a "blog helper" in the USA. I'm not sure how that works, but the idea of blog helpers seems a good one. By the way William wrote me a nice email when I left a comment. That really imprssed me because his blog was deluged with comments.

Solkari Ekine owner of black looks http://www.blacklooks.org/ began encouraging women bloggers in Africa by recruiting blog helpers and then setting up Africa Women Blogs http://www.africanwomenblogs.com/

So not really help for your presentation, but I think this idea of helpers, or partners, is really good.

carla arena

Hi, Beth, I'm an EFL teacher in Brazil, and I'm always looking for way to keep the conversation flowing on a blog. So, here's my example of a great conversation that started about a Brazilian film and now has shifted to religion.
http://brazilandbrazilians.blogspot.com/2007/05/city-of-god.html

What I teach my students to keep blogging flowing? Every time you answer, finish with a question!

Beijos,
Carla

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