Reaching Out to the World

Welcome. I see you’re from Earth. That’s great, because I want to have visitors from all over the world. So, here’s what I’d like to do. It’s my Reaching Out to the World Project.

CIA_WorldFactBook-Political_world.pdfI’m sure you’re from somewhere on that map. Well, I’d like you to do a few simple things for this project. It’s really easy.

First, leave a comment on this post saying which country you’re originally from.

Second, share this post on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, Reddit, and so on. Reblog if you like.

Third, and this is optional, tell your international blogger friends about this post, and ask them to leave a comment.

Easy, isn’t it?  I’ll update the countries that are represented here in a list below. I’d love to see blogs from all over the world. Everyone has a unique perspective. So, if you’re interested, then leave your comment and share this post. I’d love to see how many countries we can get. Thank you!

Countries so far:

  • Australia
  • Canada
  • Denmark
  • France
  • Germany
  • India
  • Ireland
  • Norway
  • Portugal
  • South Africa
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
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129 thoughts on “Reaching Out to the World”

  1. Reblogged this on Top of JC's Mind and commented:
    Geography is one of the many interests of blogger Jay Dee of “I Read Encyclopedias for Fun.” He has started a fun thread to bring in visitors from all over the world. Join the fun! Visit, comment, and share, share, share!
    – JC

  2. I’m from Portugal, read a comment of yours about stats on some blog, got into yours, decided to follow your posts, and it’s up to you to figure it out where my country is… 😀

  3. Reblogged this on Motivation for today's REALITY and commented:
    1st: United State, Tennessee to be exact
    2nd: I re-blogged this post and shared on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, so far.
    3rd:To all the readers of this post please do something positive after reading it. Don’t forget to leave a comment.
    Lastly, keep sharing with others. I wish the author of this blog is able to learn things that he never imagined.

  4. Reblogged this on Wick Burner Attacks and commented:
    Go help out Jay Dee populate his world map – it’s a bit Anglo right now, so all you web-log type people in Ukraine, France, Venezuela, Singapore, Malaysia, Namibia, Philippines, Chile, Brazil, etc., etc., – go and add your country of origin to the map. Go on!

      1. It’s been screaming hot out here in the Arizona and we haven’t had much in the way of monsoon. It’s more like none-soon. However, there’s nothing wrong with our Planet’s climate. Sure sure…

        1. We’ve actually been cooler than before here. Was incredibly hot and humid up until the middle of last week. Now just cloudy, humid, and not very hot, but still hot.

  5. Well hello there old bean, another jolly old blogger from England, don’t ya know (and other national stereotypical linguistic idiosyncrasies) it’s an honour to be part of your project.
    I shall share and reblog momentarily.

      1. Hm… Jay, you got me there, because that is the big question of my life. Where do I belong?
        What’s coming next won’t make it easier. I do not identify, I’m a stray.
        I spent equal time in Romania and in Austria. Take both. Cause that’s what I do.

  6. I am from India. But reading you now from Nigeria, Africa.
    We are a web magazine for children and teens and your blod appears interesting. It would be nice to share and/or collaborate on some articles sometime if that interests you as well.
    Congratulations for the nice work here !

    1. Thank you. Glad to have you visit and comment. I hope things are going well for you in Nigeria. And of course, children and teens are very important for our future. As a parent and teacher, I feel we need to do everything we can to ensure they have a bright future.

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