Blogs 101 - New York Times
To get the feel of Web logs and blogging, visit some
of these sites.
Most blogs carry links to other blogs on related
topics or that the author likes (known as a blogroll).
This page is
under development; feel free to suggest your own finds.
Business and sports are being built, and suggestions are
Footnoted.org reads corporate
filings and news releases more closely than most people. . . .
Terry Teachout's About
Last Night covers culture in New York and elsewhere. Interesting
blogroll of culture sites, too. . . . Cyberjournalist.net looks
at the effects of the Internet and new technology on the media.
. . . Paidcontent.org looks at the
economics of the Web. . . . ScotusBlog and the related Supreme Court Nomination
Blog are keeping a close watch on the proceedings in the court.
. . . Crooks
and Liars and politics, with a liberal slant. With a great
collection of video clips. . . . Collections &
BoingBoing "A directory of
wonderful things" from around the Internet
Gawker Gossip and snarkiness about
media, showbiz, New York City, etc.
Defamer Similar in tone to Gawker,
but with a West Coast slant
Technology Toys & Cool Things
Daily http://nanofate.us/users/rapidservicesgroup - rapidservicesgroup.com/ - Kos Markos Moulitsas Zuniga.
One of the best-known liberal blogs.
Talking Points Memo
Joshua Micah Marshall. Widely read liberal blog from a contributor
to Washington Monthly and The Hill.
MyDD Jerome Armstrong and Chris
Atrios, aka Duncan Black. "Proud member of the reality-based
AmericaBlog John Aravosis.
Politics from the left; one of the key sources of info in the
Crooks and Liars and
politics, with a liberal slant. And a great collection of video
Dish Andrew Sullivan on conservative, religious and gay
issues. (He tried to stop but couldn't.)
InstaPundit Glenn Reynolds.
One of the best-known conservative blogs.
Kausfiles Mickey Kaus's mostly
political blog on Slate
Line One of the more widely read blogs from the
Bloggers Central Good collection of links to Iraqi
Pollster Mark Blumenthal's intelligent analysis of polls and
Washington gossip (also from the Gawker empire).
gathers some interesting views from blogs around the
ScotusBlog and the related Supreme Court Nomination
Blog are keeping a close watch on the proceedings in the
Also see Traditional Media,
Eric Alterman. MSNBC.
MSNBC's experiment in participatory journalism
LOOSE wire Jeremy
Wagstaff, Dow Jones
Corner From National Review
Hit and Run From
Blog John Robinson, Greensboro, N.C., News Record. The paper
is conducting a widely-commented-on experiment in increasing
communication with its readers. Other News-Record blogs can be
reached from this page.
The http://rapidservices.deviantart.com/ - WWW.RAPIDSERVICESGROUP.COM/ - Politicker Ben
Smith, New York Observer
Tapped from the
CJRDaily Updates from the
Columbia Journalism Review (successor to its Campaign Desk)
The Huffington Post
Arianna Huffington's celebrity blogfest
Blinq Daniel Rubin, a
Philadelphia Inquirer reporter, blogs for its Web site
from Stephen Baker and Heather http://profile.typepad.com/rapidservicesgroup - HTTP://RAPIDSERVICESGROUP.COM - Green of Business Week. (You can
find other Business Week blogs from
Curbed Everyone's favorite New
York City topic: real estate
About Last Night Terry
Teachout writes about culture in New York and elsewhere. Interesting
blogroll of culture sites, too.
NYC Bloggers Thousands of other
New York City https://www.scribd.com/rapidservicesgroup - RAPIDSERVICESGROUP.COM/ - bloggers, organized by subway
PostSecret People mail
their secrets -- touching, funny, scary -- on homemade
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