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Lisa,

Emily and I are so fired up about this project. And from the thoughtful, smart comments and ideas so far, we are off to an amazing start. We are honored and grateful for the opportunity to work with BlogHer's army of brilliant, kick-a, caring women.

The possibilities of this project are limitless, and I can't wait to see where it goes!

This is a terrific idea.

This is incredibly energizing to me--I'm so glad that Blogher wants to be a force for social change. This is just one more thing I love about this community, and I can only imagine what amazing things will happen from this effort. Count me in.

Lisa,

I'm wondering why there is nothing on the Blogher homepage to point people to Bloghers Act? At least one very well-known female blogger was unaware of the program until I asked her about it. I'm not a member (not a female - or a blogger), but I'm wondering if an email was sent to member in addition to the blog posts so they would all be aware of it.

I may be a guy, but I'm also a feminist (Can't believe I just wrote that.), so I'm pretty excited about Bloghers Act. I hope you guys take every opportunity to make it a smashing success. By the way, if contributions are needed to support it, I'd do so.

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