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Have you "liked" Viva la Feminista?

I decided it was time to start a fan page for Viva la Feminista. Not because I think this is the biggest and most awesome of blogs, but I know there are far more of you out there then I care to admit. That's my modesty peeking through. As I consider my 10th blogging anniversary, VLF is just over three years old and with this PhD thing, I'm not posting as much as I use to, I'm trying to do a few things to help keep us all in touch.

I also know that there are some of my Facebook friends who do like to read my stuff, but not everyone. So instead of feeding VLF RSS to my personal Facebook profile, I'm going to feed it to the VLF fan page.

I know it may seem strange, but I don't think I've ever promoted VLF over at Facebook. I guess it's because my whole point of joining Facebook was to connect with students in my program. Then after Zuck left everyone and their dog join Facebook, I walked a fine line between being me and being the director of a my office. Last year I started to move students over to my office profile. I'm still trying to make sure all that need to be moved are moved. I also am friends with people who just want to be connected to me, but I'm pretty sure, based on things I've posted at Facebook, would rather not be inundated with my blog posts. Thus the weird divide.

Anywho, head on over to Facebook and like this blog. I'm going to try to post a featured blog post when I can. I did today, so head on over and see what I loved reading today. Thanks!

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