BlogJune drawing to a close

53/365: 30 days has September, April, June and November. From Tim via flickr CC

53/365: 30 days has September, April, June and November. From Tim via flickr CC

Here at the ILN, we’ve been a little bit slack about reading and commenting on the posts others are writing as part of Blog Every Day in June. However, as June draws to a close, we’d like to encourage you to get out there and support the participants as they get themselves through this last week of the challenge. From experience, the last week is by far the hardest, so we feel the least we can do is cheer loudly from the sidelines this week. In no particular order, here’s a few of the posts we’ve visited today:

Leaps and bounds, from New York via Melbourne

In which I reflect on my online course, from Walking upside down

Blog June Day 22, from Catalogue this!

Would you have tea with me? from Salinafix

Digital haves and have-nots, from Karen’s 23 mobile things

Have you been visiting BlogJune participants? Or are you participating yourself? Share great posts you have seen, or perhaps your struggle to get over the finish line in the comments! As always, you can join the conversation on twitter using #interlibnet and #blogjune so others can follow along.

2 comments

  1. Hi guys! I so wanted to accept the challenge of commenting on one post at least every day! I was so committed the first 20 days and then the world collapsed. I didn’t even have the time to scoop any posts, let alone to comment. Hopefully, I will find some time during the weekend to review all that has been posted under #blogjune, because for the past week, I haven’t been posted of anything 😦

    1. We hear you Afroditi! We started out well too… although we didn’t last for 20 days before falling by the wayside. I think congrats to you for keeping up the reading and commenting for as long as you did πŸ™‚

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