Roll call! Places, everyone . . .

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Just to be very clear:  This is NOT intended to be any kind of guilt trip or anything close to it.

I just need to give an update on where everything stands with the Protecting Innocence Project, and make sure that I’ve gathered all of the information correctly.  I’m not a project manager by profession, and I’m lucky if I get the dishes done and laundry started and everyone dressed all in one day, so be patient with me as I try to get this whole thing up and running.  I still feel as committed to this project as I was in the beginning, and my excitement only grows as I get your help and input.  So thank you.

I’ve been using a site called GoPlanApp.com to help me organize the project and my master checklist is below.  A red dot means it is not yet complete, and a green dot means it is “checked off.”  Please look and see if your task is labeled correctly. If there is an asterisk by your name, it means that I have a question for you or some follow up to do, so watch for an email from me sometime today (hopefully).  Below the checklist, I’ll mention a few items that I could still use some help with, so if anyone is interesting in joining the P.I.P. team, just let me know (or if you’re dying to have a second assignment.)

Remember that the due date is a guideline.  I know this is a crazy time of year getting the kids back into school and starting to catch up on life in your “free” time.  Just do the best you can and let me know what to expect.    My email is dd.stephanie [at] gmail [dot] com.

(Some of you can’t even do your job yet because I’m still waiting on another assignment to get turned in so that I can give it to you for editing, development, etc.; I’ll pass things along as soon as I have them.  Don’t worry, I haven’t forgotten you.)

Inbox_full Development Delete

(#25)  View Edit Create Subtask Dele Design Site - David M
(#26)  View Edit Create Subtask Delet e First draft home page due 2009/09/09 - David M
(#8)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete Editing content– Mary
(#14)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete Forms–  Melanie J/hubby*
(#18)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete Sample letters — Becca due 2009/08/31
(#17)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete Sample letters — InkMom due 2009/08/31

Inbox_full Publicity Delete

(#2)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete Buttons– Becca
(#9)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete Search Engine Optimization– Lisaway and Greg*

Inbox_full Research Delete

(#5)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete ABC contact info- Advertising due 2009/08/31 –Joanne
(#24)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete ABC contact info- Programming due 2009/08/31 — Poppy
(#4)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete CBS contact info- Advertising due 2009/08/31 — Lisa B.
(#6)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete CBS contact info- Programming due 2009/08/31 — Jessie L.
(#12)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete Congressmen and Senators due 2009/08/31 — Motherboard
(#3)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete FCC regulations due 2009/08/31– That Girl
(#1)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete FOX and NBC contact information- Advertising due 2009/08/31 — Laura C.
(#22)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete FOX contact info – Programming due 2009/08/31 — Jenni
(#21)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete Frequent Offenders — Laurie due 2009/08/31
(#20)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete Frequent Offenders — Treasure due 2009/08/31
(#19)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete Helping Children after pornography exposure due 2009/08/31 — Kristina P
(#16)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete Internet filters due 2009/08/31 — Sue Q*
(#10)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete NBC contact info- Advertising due 2009/08/31 — Diane
(#15)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete Other related sites due 2009/08/31 — Mindy*
(#11)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete Parents Television Council due 2009/08/31 — Amy J*
(#13)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete How to get involved?
(#23)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete Research on effects of pornography due 2009/08/31 — Scripture Mom
(#7)  View Edit Create Subtask Delete Spiritual effects of pornography on children —  Shantel

Still up for grabs:

1.  Looking up some contact information on a list of companies I have who are frequent ad offenders

2.  Finding any sites that help parents rate/choose appropriate video and computer games.

3.  Finding any sites that help parents rate/choose appropriate movies/DVDs.

4.  Help me find if there are any organizations out there specifically gears towards dads:  fathers fighting pornography, etc.

5.  I would still like to gather links of more sites/organizations etc. that share the objectives of PIP (a collection of resources that you can use to complain and demand change when children’s innocence is threatened by publicly available images and media.)

You can claim a job in the comments section below.  If you don’t want the job, but just have a link or something to help out, feel free to leave that in the comments as well.

Again, thank you, thank you, thank you, to all of you who are involved in this project.  And please email me with any questions or if you have any concerns about your assignment or need me to clarify anything.

You rock! (I grew up in the 80s.  Deal with it.)