The blogsphere pause to “FREE BURMA” on October 4th

Some of you may have seen the news and know that the folks there are making a protest against the military Government. Monks are walking in protest and some had been clubbed till bloodied. Below is a photo of our Catholic News urging us to pray for peace.


Do you know that as bloggers, we can also play our parts?

Here’s what we can do:

1) Take part by registering your blog at FREE BURMA

2) On October 4th, we pause and make a post to FREE BURMA. It is the International Bloggers’ Day for Burma on the 4th of October.

3) Place the banner on our site

Free Burma!

1. Publish a posting (Bulletin Board, Forum, Blog, Social Network, Static Website…) on the 4th of October with the header: “Free Burma!”

2. Tag it if you can with “Free Burma”

3. Choose a grafic from our Grafics page and

4. Link to there your readers will find some informations about the campaign and Burma and a participant list which you can join. Even if you’re a webmaster of a bulletin board or social network you will find a special Group List to join.

5. Feel free to write any additional text you want

I hope bloggers will participate. Well, I know many of us blog for a living. Even if we cannot pause for a day, the very least is to make a post to bring awareness to our readers.

Go to Free Burma, sign up and get the links to the graphics.

Post Author: lilian

2 thoughts on “The blogsphere pause to “FREE BURMA” on October 4th


    (October 3, 2007 - 4:40 pm)

    I signed up my blog for that campaign two days ago. :-) i hope that they’ll finally gain democracy. it was the year of my birth the last time a nationwide protest like this was held in myanmar (1988). i’m so concern for them . :-(

    Wayne Liew

    (October 3, 2007 - 6:56 pm)

    Already participated in breast cancer awareness this month. Anyway, I will post about it tomorrow if I got a space in terms of time and contents.

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