Ooh, look: travelling scholarships to the Faroe Islands! I’d love to go there some day. No, I don’t think I’ll come up with a project suitable to apply for these travelling scholarships, but maybe you’d like to go spend a few weeks studying blogging in the Faroes or something? The grants are for students or young scholars, and the deadline is March 15.

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  1. H?•kon

    While you’re promoting trips to the Faroe Islands I’ll take the opportunity to promote a very small corner of the Open Directory: The section for web sites in “F??royskt”
    http://dmoz.org/World/F%c3%b8royskt/

    If someone with good writing skills in this language applies volunteers to be an editor at the Open Directory it’s much appreciated. 🙂

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