Dear C4SS Supporters,
This week I’ve submitted 10,068 Center op-eds to 2,764 publications located across all seven continents on Earth. We’ve had a dip in pickups, but it’s an expected dip due to not many submissions last week:
- “Year of Upheaval, Year of Upping the Stakes,” by Darian Worden, ran in the Deming, New Mexico Headlight on January 9.
- The Baltic Review published Kevin Carson’s “A Year of Wonders — and Another to Come?” on January 10.
- David D’Amato also made the Baltic Review (published in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Germany) with “Secession: The Instrument of Dividing Authority,” published today.
I expect to see a surge in pickups for next week given our higher level of submissions this week, and we’ll try to keep’em coming!
This week’s pseudo-random reciprocal blogospheric link love goes out to Newsflashes and Ideas, worldwide hippies, and United Liberty.
While I have your ear … um, eye … whatever, let me mention a few ways you can support the Center’s work (aside from sending money, which of course we like very much and which you can do by clicking the big silvery “Support the Center!” button on every page at c4ss.org).
Every C4SS article includes a set of “social” buttons. Sharing our articles via Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, etc. puts them in front of more eyes. That’s helpful in virtually every way, and costs you nothing but a few seconds of your time.
If you’d like to support the Center financially, but at a lower level than is typical for online donations, we’ve got a new solution. Every post and page on the site now has a “Flattr button.” Click it for more information on how you can stretch a buck a month or whatever to cover contributions to any number of sites you like through the use of “micropayments.” We appreciate your penny, nickel or dime, if you’re not up to a larger contribution … but we’ve only just now found a way for you to efficiently get that smaller amount to us.
Have a great weekend!
Yours in liberty,
Center for a Stateless Society