Open Borders Day will be held on Sunday, March 16. Given the global nature of the website, celebration starts at the beginning of Sunday, March 16, GMT+12, and ends at the end of Sunday, March 16, GMT-12. That gives us 48 hours to celebrate the day.
We’ve collected a link of stuff to give people an idea of how the site has evolved over the years.
If you’re new to the site …
Tracing the site’s growth
- Site story describes the story of how the site grew internally (including the addition of each new blogger).
- External coverage lists main external coverage of the site, starting from launch till now.
- Open Borders Facebook data traces how our Facebook likes increased over the last two years.
- Open Borders the website: penetration with Internet libertarians, a blog post by Vipul Naik, February 10, 2014, about the site’s popularity with Internet libertarians.
The most popular site content
This stuff has been popular in the past, so it’s a good place if you’re looking for stuff to share. The stuff is not necessarily representative of the rest of our site.
Other stuff to check out
PS: If you’re interested in writing for Open Borders, check out our potential guest blogger contact form (you might want to read this blog post for some context).
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