i clicked the link, briefly gave a look-see to what came out, and liked the design. i'm still trying to make heads and tails of what a blog is, though, and why you called attention to the idea of a bohol bloggers society or whatever. my understanding then is that members are needed.
ms isles, thanks for the brief visit. to be upfront, i only have a basic knowledge on blogging. gi-oido ra naho pinaagi sa pagbasa-basa sa ubang blogs and on how to create one.
kahibawo na siguro ka nga ang blog was the shortened 'web log', which is really just an online journal that someone keeps. if you have a personal blog, then it's like an online diary of your life; instead of keeping it to yourself you broadcast it to the whole world to read.
there are many types of blogs e.g. travel blogs, lifestyle blogs, political blogs and etc. at the moment, i'm hooked on Raissa Robles' political blog (http://raissarobles.com
as to the bloggers network i mentioned, bunga ra ni sa akong kahimtang karon isip naa sa layong dapit. uhaw kos mga impormasyon about bohol. tinuod, i get to read about bohol history through jes tirol's column in Bohol Chronicle. but what about, for example, nature conservation work in Bohol. sa naa pa kos Cebu, I used to be updated because i get to visit Bohol doing R&D work in collaboration with NGOs and LGU.
nihit ang mga blog about Bohol nga naay substance. ang kadaghanan personal blogs, which is offputting to read most of the time.
i admit usa na kos nag-blog nga dili updated pirmi 'coz i'm spreading myself too thinly. blogging is more of a hobby, which sometimes compete with my work-life balance.