Just ran across a new site today after seeing a comment on Bill Gardners's Oncee@Blogger blog. By the way, if you're into blogging and facebook and in the Charleston area, you ought to check out the Charleston Area Bloggers facebook group.
So in response to the post Bill wrote about Sarah Winn's Gazette article on bloggers in Charleston, someone on behalf of WV State University wrote the following:
WV State University has jumped on board using a new social media outreach website. Through the Gus R. Douglass Land-Grant Institute's new interactive website, including podcasts and blogging, we want to hear from the public.
Calling all West Virginians to Join the Conversation!
West Virginia State University Gus R. Douglass Institute’s (GRDI) new and completely redesigned web site at https://grdi.wvstateu.edu is now LIVE. Once online you can make posts to the GRDI blog or even join online chats taking place with GRDI staff and administrators. We welcome you to bring your own personal insight and experiences to the table.
We have podcasts available to share with you on current topics from our Extension programs. And if audio is just not enough, you can also click on the Extension Matters logo and watch the monthly television show on live streaming video.
Normally I don't add quotes that long to any blog posts, but it's very well written and doesn't ramble. Plus, I'm really, really impressed with their site. Seriously - go check it out. They're embracing a lot of the newest and best of what the Web has to offer: blogs, podcasts, video, and more.