World Directory of ADR Blogs celebrates its second anniversary

ADRblogs.com celebrates its second anniversaryWork has been so hectic lately that I almost missed an important milestone.

On June 5, the World Directory of Alternative Dispute Resolution Blogs, a site that I developed from a project I began in 2005 to track and catalogue ADR blogs world-wide, celebrated its second anniversary.

Today ADRblogs.com lists 146 blogs from 25 countries, representing conversations across the globe about mediation, negotiation, and conflict resolution in languages that include English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, French, Romanian, Danish, and Turkish.

Here is a random sampling:

To see more, and to immerse yourself in the global marketplace of ideas that is the ADR blogosphere, no passport is needed. Just go visit ADRblogs.com. To browse through the headlines of the blogs in its catalog, visit the World Directory of ADR Blogs Reading Room. Submissions, by the way, are always welcome.

8 responses to “World Directory of ADR Blogs celebrates its second anniversary

  1. Congratulations, Diane. It’s a great resource. I’d be interested in knowing how many readers you’ve attracted over the past two years.

  2. Good job! Looking forward to the third anniversary!

  3. A big congratulations to you, Diane! In today’s WWW (when the first two W’s seem to mean Wild and Wooly), your directory is not only helpful but also vital.

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  5. Hallo Diane,

    ich gratuliere ganz herzlich auch aus Deutschland! Toll, dass es Deine Internetseite gibt, die so viele Mediationsinformationen aus aller Welt vereinigt.

    Viele Grüße
    Marcus

  6. Diane Levin

    Thanks, everyone, for all your good wishes!

  7. Hello Diane

    happy birthday from France ! I’m confused to be late. I beg your pardon here:

    because this directory is essential and a very great idea !

    congratulations

    best regards
    dominique

  8. Diane Levin

    Dominique, merci beaucoup! Please don’t apologize for being late. I am so pleased you stopped by to offer your best wishes. It’s always a delight to hear from you.

    Thank you so much for the birthday greetings from France!