I guess these blogs kinda shows just really cool bloggers do with
their personal space. Its either that or I just can't seem to put them
in any other category :p But they're all interesting blogs.
Reading blogs can be addictive. Especially if you read the comments
and trackbacks. And then they lead to ezine articles, web sites,
The New 'Usual Suspects'
Blogs that every blog seem to link to...
"A directory of Wonderful things."
You'd have better luck following its RSS feeds daily; this collective
blog creates new posts at an average rate of six per hour. For twenty-
four hours a day. And they're all "wonderful things"
Tech columnist John C. Dvorak goes off-
topic. I always loved his stuffs, I've been reading his columns from
since the first time my dad got me a PC
Magazine subscription back in junior high; way back from the very
former professional full-time web designer and graphic designer. Now a
full-time professional blogger. Kottke has been featured in
Wired, though I've known about him for a while back before then. I
think it was from a Boing Boing post featuring his oppinion on the
copyrighting of Girl Scout campfire songs (link to specific post
One of the two big gadget blogs
One of the two big gadget blogs
One of the big two US law blogs. Its also one of the first famous
blogs, gaining notoriety sometime after 9/11, becoming the first of
the 'Warbloggers,' sites which argue in favor for the US's war on
terrorism. The site has been referred to by Wired as the
blogfather. It gets a lot of hits anyway.
Wil Wheaton dot
Get real. Seriously, you don't know Wil?
One of the big two US law blogs. It
is left wing to Instapundit's right wing. I think. Yeah well, you
US citizens can explain this whole left-right thing better than I
Though interesting, not too many specific links to them. Though I
think they get a lot of hits anyway. I think.
By John Kuraoka aka. Long John Silver (ARRR!!!). An
advertising-free weblog covering the world of advertising. Discovered
through Shallow Thoughts. Wish he'd
make an RSS feed, though...
A godawfully-big & messy site of a
Hobo (I'll try to dig up a link to a more
definitive explanation of the term) travelling the world.
Senator Becker and Judge Posner
began their blogging career guest-blogging at
Lawrence Lessig's blog. Obviously
they got addicted.
Justin Frankel, creator of WinAmp, Gnutella, and the JesuSonic CruzFX
Dougal Gunters is one of the developers of WordPress. He blogs about
lotsa things webby. Not just PHP scripts and stuffs.
Kevin Sites (yes that's his name; its not a
misspelling of Kevin's site) is a freelance war reporter. His writing
is great. I've posted about him before.
First got acquainted with him when I stumbled into his home page,
mrlizard.com. I was attracted
to his talk about 'liberal anarchy.' If I'm not mistaken, Lizard SF
is also his legal name. When he stopped actively adding articles to
his home page (due to his new hobby of blogging at Xanga) sometime
around 2001, I stopped visiting his site. I only recently visited
back, and it turns out that he has managed to make some
interesting posts on his 'new' blog...
Winds of Change.NET
"Liberty. Discovery. Humanity. Victory."
"Half zine. Half blog. Half not good with fractions."
The Old Guard
I think they were here from the beggining of blogging, way
back in '94... Let's see if I can find some more...
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