calling all expat bloggers in germany

Are you a blogger? Do you blog in English? Are you blogging from Germany but are originally from somewhere else? Then you’re probably an “ex-pat,” a term that refers to a person who has expatriated or left his or her country of birth. If you are an ex-pat, and you answered yes to all of the questions above, then you’re eligible to attend this year’s WEBUM (Whiney Expat Bloggers Unmissable Meetup).

If you’re an expat blogger, you can read more here. (Here being another website that I write for. Yipeekiyiyeah.)

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Thursday April 01st 2010, 7:19 am 5 Comments
Filed under: conspiracies,expat life,germany

5 Comments so far. Please leave a comment.

I’ve always wanted to meet you in person. Did you go to the Munich meetup last year? I missed it. Hope to see you at the next one, wherever it is.

Comment by ian in hamburg 04.01.10 @ 7:48 pm

I’m with Ian. I’ll vote for Frankfurt so that I get the chance to finally meet The Gorilla.

Comment by Snooker 04.06.10 @ 4:06 pm

Huzzah! I’m excited to meet the both of you. How grand it will be to finally have a real human being in front of me, instead of just a computer screen.

I didn’t go to the Munich meet-up. Just heard about this at all a few weeks ago.

Comment by clickclackgorilla 04.06.10 @ 5:48 pm

I missed Munich, too. I hope to make it this year for sure.

Comment by ian in hamburg 04.18.10 @ 7:50 pm

Hallo Nicolette,

ich bin Journalistik Student und plane gerade meine Abschlussarbeit – ein Radio Feature. Ich bin über einen Artikel auf FAZ.net auf dich aufmerksam geworden. Ich würde dich gerne für mein Feauture gewinnen und würde mich freuen, wenn du mir deinen Kontakt schicken könntest.

mfg
Damien Berlinka

Comment by Damien 11.22.10 @ 6:19 pm




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