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Wednesday, April 6, 2011

2:46 Quakebook and Interview With Roberto De Vido


Have you heard about this yet?  2:46 Quakebook.  I hadn't either, until I just read my friend Grace's blog post over at liberal sprinkles.   

Blogger and Twitter guy, Our Man in Abiko  conceived the idea of pulling together an immediate book of over 300 stories from survivors of Japan's Earthquake/Tsunami disaster.  You can download a copy, or buy the book.  Please read all about it, and check out liberal sprinkles by CLICKING HERE.

Grace has interviewed Roberto De Vido, the guy who helped Our Man in Abiko get the book published.  There is a lot of background information on the project, and she did a wonderful job on this post.

To give her a well deserved shout-out, Grace has the neatest and most interesting things on her blog.  Her articles are very well researched, and Grace has been doing some other great interviews too.   Way to go, Grace!


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7 comments:

liberal sprinkles said...

Kathy, just to clarify, Roberto managed the project but the idea came from a blogger known as Our Man in Abiko!!

thanks for posting this!
Grace

liberal sprinkles said...

oh my I caught your post again as you were editing it. Thanks for making the change and thank you so much for the sweet compliment!
best wishes,
Grace

Gloria (The Little Red House with the White Porch) said...

Nice of you to do this post for Japan's suvivors. You are a good person, Kathy.
Best,
Gloria

RYCJ/Author, Publisher said...

Yes, indeed, a great post!
~ R

Arkansas Patti said...

This just proves there is no such thing as an original thought. This morning I was thinking about Euan Craig who is a marvelous writer that lives in Japan and has an amazing blog. I was going to suggest he do exactly what has all ready been done. Not only am I not original, I am late.
I will definitely check that site. Thank you.

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Hi Everybody ...

Glad you enjoyed this post. Patti, I have his blog on my sidebar under Helping our Japanese Friends. That is a coincidence, due to all the bloggers that could have been there. Grace found him too.

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