Blog Action Day has been around for some time and although, as of this writing, it doesn't appear to be eclipsing last year's numbers, it just got a boost on the Official Google Blog.
Blog Action Day 2009 is dedicated to Climate Change and has some notable participants and new media partners.
The Google post by Googler Anthony Ravitz showcases some extraordinary sustainable initiatives at the Googleplex including "9,212 photovoltaic solar panels that produce 1.6 MW of electricity — enough energy to power about 1,000 California homes". (Ugh .... Wow!)
goats to mow the lawn .
Yes, you read that right .... :).
It's a safe guess that the early morning post from Google will drive a lot of blogs to get onboard the Blog Action Day bandwagon at the last minute (Blog Action Day 2009 is today).
This blog participated in some of the earliest Blog Action Days. The concept is good and is now being played out in different ways on a variety of platforms.
Blogging, Tweeting (or whatever) for a variety of charities, initiatives etc. certainly can't hurt. In fact, in many cases, it has solved problems and/or helped a lot.
There it is .... We're in ....