History Commons Groups

February 26, 2009

Grant Recipients Rockin the Commons

Now that’s what I’m talking about.


Three of our recipients are busily adding entries, kicking butt, and, no doubt, gnashing their teeth while they learn the system. Excellent. The other four are preparing to jump in; expect lots of new entries by new contributors over the next few days and weeks.

Maybe this is a bit juvenile, but I know I was secretly thrilled at the first entry I had posted. Why not do a little justified backslapping?

Veteran readers, if you’ve ever had an itch to become a History Commons contributor, now’s a great time to do it. There are seven new contributors all learning the ropes together, and hopefully helping one another in the process. You can be part of this “next wave” of Commons contributors, taking the site into the new millennium. Join this band of information activists today.

U.S. Military Veterans Afflicted with Asbestos-Related Illness

Filed under: community,US Military — Max @ 9:32 pm
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Allen Dutton, the Veteran Liaison of the Mesothelioma Cancer Center, recently sent me a piece for posting. He, and I, hope it will raise some awareness of the severe health problems faced by our veterans due to asbestos exposure. I am pleased and proud to give Allen the rest of this space.


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