A couple weeks ago I asked you and the Have Fun * Do Good Facebook group for suggestions for Changebloggers, people who are using their blog, podcast or vlog to raise awareness, build community, and/or facilitate readers/listeners/viewers' taking action to make the world a better place.
You all sent in a ton of great suggestions and many of you are interested in meeting up in some way.
Below is a list of your Changeblogger suggestions, plus a few of my own.
In terms of organizing a way for Changebloggers to meet and connect, what do you think the next steps should be? Should it be virtual, or in person? In one place or multiple? A conference or unconference? Lemme know and keep adding to the Changeblogger list in the comments of this post, by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or using the tag, "changeblogger".
Update 5/25/08: Based on an idea by Tim Zimmermann of Change/Wire, I started a Changeblogger Facebook group as a place for folks to connect and organize.
Update 7/14/08 SocialButterfly has created a Changeblogger wiki where you can list your blog, Twitter feed, etc.
All Day Buffet: Full on GOOD
A Million Ideas for Peace
The Bamboo Project
Barriers, Bridges and Books
Blogging on Purpose
Change / Wire
Fake Plastic Fish
Future Leaders in Philanthropy: FLiP
Gaia Community blogs
The Giving Hands
Make Something Happen
Public Sector Marketing 2.0
Pulse and Signal
The Serendipity Factor
Social Media for Social Change
So What Can I Do?
TED talks (video)
Tri to End Homeless
Up with Women (they've requested help with improving their blog)
*Changeblogger Lists & Directories*
Best Green Blogs
BlogHer's Blogroll of Social Change and Nonprofit Blogs
Corey Pudhorodsky/501c3Cast's Bloglines
Bloggers Unite (online)
Carnival for Change (online)
We Media Conference (face-to-face)
Big Carrot's Blogging for a Cause