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#B4JO: Blog for Jordan Day - 2011 - يوم التدوين للأردن

  • By: Qwaider

  • On:Saturday, March 05, 2011 12:17:01 AM
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    It's that time of year again, and believe it or not, almost a year ago we had our Third Blog for Jordan day and three years since the first Blog About Jordan day. Those were the most amazing events I ever had the honor in participating in. I couldn't have felt any more Jordanian Pride than those days. The amazing festive atmosphere where everyone participated with great enthusiasm, it was just exhilarating.

    March is is the month of Blog for Jordan day. March 12th is next week and in the ocean of turmoil the region is sailing in, I am confident that apart from this event being so spectacular even more than the previous years, I believe it's going to be more relevant than ever.

    "This blog is proud to participate in Blog About Jordan day activity"

    To help you get the badges, I've setup this page, feel free to wear proudly on your blog

    On twitter, you can follow the hashtag:#B4JO

    FAQ:

    Q: Do we have to be Jordanian?
    A: No, everyone is welcome to Join in on this effort

    Q: Does it have to be a positive article?
    A: No, you can voice your criticism if you prefer. You can ask for change. You can demand action.

    Q: Why 12/3/10?
    A: Nothing major happened on this day, so we might as well claim it for writing about Jordan. And the "123 - Jordan" is quite nice

    Q: Who's behind this effort?
    A: You, me and everyone. This is too great of an effort to be monopolized by a single person

    Q: Why is Qwaider doing this?
    A: I'm proud to be Jordanian. I'm a member and a citizen of this society. Nothing more

    Q: Is this a popularity contest? Am I going to win anything?
    A: Yes, and no. We're all competing to do our best to serve this society. Everyone will win the gratitude of the every Jordanian.

    Q:How can I support this effort?
    A: There are many ways you can help. You can simply blog about it. You can add a badge (Badges are HERE ). You can support in the round up effort, or you can simply support people working hard to bring this wonderful event to everyone around the globe.

    Q: Any tips for posting?
    A: Yes, Use the hashtag #B4JO as the first Tag in your article.
    You may combine other hashtags related to your article like #ReformJO, #JO etc

    Other tips, check here

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    • manal y
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    • On: 3/8/2011 5:01:03 PM
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    wow u'r still alive, why did i stop reading your blog?!!!!!, i cant even remember...hmmmm im not sure should i welcome you back or welcome myself back ;)
    • #2
    • Qwaider
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    • On: 3/9/2011 5:42:48 PM
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    Welcome back Manal, it's been a long time.
    I've not been as active as the good old days. Work, life, family and a million other things took most of my time.

    But I'm still around, and I'm happy to see you back. You were always among the best.
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    • Madi
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    • On: 3/14/2011 9:41:05 PM
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    Dude, this takes me back to history! I think I should get back to blogging.
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    • Qwaider
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    • On: 3/14/2011 10:59:21 PM
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    Get back to blogging, you've been missed man!
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    • Nabil
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    • On: 4/6/2012 11:17:34 AM
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    By Nabil Abdallat
    i have never thought that in Jordan and as Jordanian you are not allowed to work with Royal Jordanian if you are over 49 years or if you say bad things about the French.

    in other country you can take the Management of the company to court for being discriminated against even you you were Jordanian.

    it is too bad to be age discriminated in my own country, i was forced to early retirement to make Jordan a land of opportunity for foreigners, after all, it is my fault because i should have known better that being Jordanian in Jordan has no chance, and i should have Swiss, English or Lebanese passport (or wife) to get a job.

    when a VP tells you that we need your experience but you are 49 and 8 months old, and the chairman needs a business plan to justify hiring you because of your age.

    and when the Head of HR gives you an appointment at 11:00 AM, but meet with you at 12:00, and keep asking you about some french people, which has nothing to do with the whole interview.

    i think the people i met that day were very incompetent, and when you see incompetents people in high position you stop wonder why the company lose money, it become clear to you that personal attitude over come professionalism.

    this just a sample of what might a Jordanian face in pursuing of decent life.
    You too can have your Memories Documented

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