OMG! I ♥ IBOL!

Several of you have made reference to sharing this stuff on Facebook, and Twitter, and blogs, and all that good stuff.  So, to try and make all that easier, I added a few more things to the server (who is now called Puppy), to make all that easier.

If you click through to read the full entry of something (where, for example, you also see the comments), you’ll now see “OMG!  I ♥ IBOL!” and then buttons to share things.  I put Facebook and Twitter up from, but there’s a share button with other links — like an option to email the page to someone.  IBOL is on Facebook, and has a pretty active and funny community growing there — and discussions (also new this year, with IBOL II).

People have been asking questions about what to send and what not to send, what’s appropriate and what isn’t — and that’s the type of stuff I think we can work through in the discussions.  So, swing by and say hello and join in the talks.  I’m trying to do my part to make this easier for us all — it’s my way of Giving A Little today.

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4 Responses to “OMG! I ♥ IBOL!”

  1. quiltdivajulie Says:

    Do we have a new button for our blogs yet?

    Gotta go get my boxes (have the addy – thanks).

  2. Sarah N Says:

    Can you send me the new mailing address?

    Thanks!

  3. Ellen Says:

    What language or languages are spoken in this locale? (Please excuse my ignorance!)

  4. IBOL Guy Says:

    Julie, in short, no. If you remember the fiasco from the last time, it’s something that obviously can’t be left to me — I am a utilitarian, not an artist.

    Ellen, the answer is Arabic. It’s the base language spoken across Iraq. It’s actually an Iraqi Arabic — much as if someone from California and someone from the East Coast and someone from London all speak English, but all speak very different versions (it’s a bit more than an issue of being the vernacular, but I think this illustrates the point).

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