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Friday, March 11, 2011

Who's Where in Zentangle blog-Please read if you are interested

Pass the word, please-the Who's Where blog now has listings (28 so far).
I believe I have posted all the people who have already asked to be added to the blog.

I changed my mind a lot concerning layout and what to post. Please check to see if you are listed and if I need to make any corrections. You can find the blog at http://whoswhere.blogspot.com/.

If you want any changes, please email them to me at WhoWhereZentangle@gmail.com.

The Search gadget doesn't seem to be working, but I'm trying to fix that.

If you aren't listed and want to be, please:

1. go to the blog

2. open the START HERE... page -- http://whoswhere.blogspot.com/p/start-here.html

3. Copy the list on the page into a text editor (word, notepad, etc)

4. Fill in the information you want listed. You can delete the labels for the things you don't want (for example, if you don't have a blog or website, just delete BLOGs/WEBSITES.)

5. Email the filled out information to: WhoWhereZentangle@gmail.com.

NO links will be posted. This is to avoid spammers. If you edit your link and emails to use [at] and [dot], I'll post them..


  1. My Dear Lady,

    This is a knock your socks off idea and endeavor. I hope it doesn't cut into your tangling, because that is the first thing I look for on Flickr in the AM!

  2. *sniffle* I'm not in there! *choke* I'll email you tonight....

  3. Getting the blog up cut into my commenting time a bit, but I'm hoping it won't do that often.

    Christina, I'm not adding anyone until they ask to be added. Some people might view it as an invasion of privacy these days, so I'm taking the path of least resistance! Otherwise, you would been one of the first added!

  4. Absolutely brilliant! I'm with Marguerite (who says it perfectly)... it's a "knock your socks off" project. And beautifully put together too. If you need a hand with maintenance at any stage (if it gets to be so big it is cutting into your tangling time, for example) I'm happy to volunteer some extra time (eg. converting submitted URLs to non-clickable link formats and then sending the completely copy/pastable plain text info back to you). Hugs-a-lot, Kit