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Blogs Mentioned

A Little Pregnant. 2003–present. Julie. http://www.alittlepregnant.com

Apophenia. 1997–present. danah boyd. http://www.zephoria.org/thoughts

Arla blogs. 2005–present. Maja Møller, Jacob Nørgård, Tove Færch, Inge and Mikael Nørby Lassen. http://blogunivers.arla.dk

The Artful Parent. 2008-present. Jean Van’t Hul. http://artfulparent.typepad.com

Ars Technica. 1998–present. Ken Fisher (ed.). http://arstechnica.com

A Whole Lotta Nothing. 2000–present. Matt Haughey. http://a.wholelottanothing.org

Barbie. 2002–2003. Mattel, Inc. http://www.myscene.com/barbie/barbie_index.asp; no longer online; use http://archive.org to access.

Barq’s – the Blog with BITE! 2005–2007. http://thebarqsman.com

Boing Boing: A Directory of Wonderful Things. 2000–present. Mark Frauenfelder, Cory Doctorow, Xeni Jardin, Joel Johnson, John Battelle, David Pescovitz. http://boingboing.net

Brooklyn Tweed. 2005–present. Jared Flood. http://brooklyntweed.net/blog/

Chronicles of Dr. Crazy. 2006. Dr. Crazy (pseud.). http://crazyphd.blogspot.com

ClickNews! 2006–present. Lynn Terry. http://www.clicknewz.com

Daily Kos. 2002–present. Markos Moulitsas (publisher/founder). http://dailykos.com

Digital Photography Blog. 2004–2008. Darren Rowse. http://www.livingroom.org.au/photolog

Dooce. 2001–present. Heather B. Armstrong. http://dooce.com

Editor: Myself. A Weblog on Iran, Technology and Pop Culture. 2002–2007. Hossein Derakhshan. http://hoder.com/weblog

Engadget. 2004–present. Peter Rojas (ed.). http://engadget.com

ExperienceCurve. 2003–present. Karl Long. http://experiencecurve.com

Flowing Data. 2007-present. Nathan Yau. http://flowingdata.com

GapingVoid. 2004–present. Hugh MacLeod. http://gapingvoid.com

Get in the Hot Spot: Naked Travel Stories and Travel Tips. 2009-present. Annabel Candy. http://www.getinthehotspot.com

Get Real. 2003–2006. Steve Boyd. http://getreal.corante.com

Get Rich Slowly. 2006–present. J.D. Roth. http://www.getrichslowly.org/blog

Gizmodo. 2002–present. Brian Lam (ed.). http://gizmodo.com

GrandTextAuto. 2003–present. Mary Flanagan, Michael Mateas, Nick Montfort, Scott Rettberg, Andrew Stern and Noah Wardrip-Fruin. http://grandtextauto.org

jill/txt. 2000–present. Jill Walker Rettberg. http://jilltxt.net

Klastrup’s Cataclysms. 2001–present. Lisbeth Klastrup. http://klastrup.dk

Kottke.org. 1998–present. Jason Kottke. http://kottke.org

KottkeKomments. 2007-2009. http://kottkekomments.com

Kuro5hin. 1999-present. Rusty Foster (founder). http://www.kuro5hin.org/

LifeHack. 2005–present. Leon Ho (ed.). http://lifehack.org

Links.net. 1994–present. Justin Hall. http://links.net

Lonelygirl15. 2006–2008. Miles Beckett, Ramesh Flinders et.al. http://lonelygirl15.com

Matt Cutts: Gadgets, Google, and SEO. 2005–present. Matt Cutts. http://www.mattcutts.com/blog

Manolo’s Shoe Blog. 2004–present. Manolo (pseud.). http://shoeblogs.com

MegNut. 1999-present. Meg Hourihan. http://megnut.com until 2012, http://megnt.tumblr.com after 2012.

MegNut 2012-present. Meg Hourihan.

Metafilter. 1999–present. Matt Haughey (ed.). http://metafilter.com

Molly.com. 2003–present. Molly Holzschlag. http://molly.com

MotherTalkers. 2006–present. Amy, Elisa, Erika and Gloria. http://mothertalkers.com

Mr Smash Goes to Washington. Mr Smash (pseud.). Blog previously titled Citizen Smash, Lt. Smash, Indepundit. 2003–2006. http://lt-smash.com

MSTechToday. Unknown–2007. Brandon LeBlanc. http://mstechtoday.com [no longer active]

Narcissism, vanity, exhibitionism, ambition, vanity, vanity, vanity. 2001–present. Diane Greco. http://home.earthlink.net/~dianegreco until 2010, http://dianegreco.blogspot.com/ after 2010.

ntcoolfool. 2006-2010. Bryce Carter. http://ntcoolfool.livejournal.com

O’Reilly Radar. 2005–present. Tim O’Reilly et.al. http://radar.oreilly.com

Penelope Trunk. 2004-present. Penelope Trunk. http://blog.penelopetrunk.com

PeterMe. 1998–present. Peter Merholz. http://peterme.com

PostSecret. 2004–present. Frank Warren (ed.). http://postsecret.com

ProBlogger. 2004–present. Darren Rowse. http://problogger.com

Quantified Self: Self Knowledge Through Numbers. 2008-present. Ernesto Ramirez, Alexandra Carmichael, Kevin Kelly, Gary Wolf, Marcia Seidler and David Masten. http://quantifiedself.com

Read/Write Web. 2003–present. Richard MacManus (ed.). http://www.readwriteWeb.com

Rebecca’s Pocket. 1999–present. Rebecca Blood. http://www.rebeccablood.net

Robot Wisdom. 1997–present. Jorn Barger. http://robotwisdom.com

Scripting News. 1997–present. Dave Winer. http://scripting.com

She’s a Flight Risk. 2003–2006. Isabella K. (pseud.). http://shes.aflightrisk.org; no longer online; use http://archive.org to access.

Shiny Shiny. 2003–present. Katie Lee (ed.). http://shinyshiny.tv

Slashdot. 1997–present. Rob ‘Cmdr Taco’ Malda, Jeff ‘Hemos’ Bates, Robin ‘Roblimo’ Miller (eds.). http://slashdot.org

Stormhoek. 2005–2009. Hugh MacLeod et.al. http://stormhoek.com

Style Bytes. 2005–2008. Agathe Bjørnsdatter. http://stylebytes.net

Successful Blogging: For Small Business Owners and Writers. 2009-present. Annabel Candy. http://www.successfulblogging.com

Tales of a Bathroom Scale. Lori. 2002–2003. http://dietchick.blogspot.com

Tama Leaver dot Net. 2007–present. Tama Leaver. http://tamaleaver.net

TechCrunch. 2005–2007. Michael Arrington (ed.). http://techcrunch.com

techPresident. 2007–present. Micah Sifry and Joshua Levy (eds.). http://techpresident.com

The Blogging Nurseryman. 2005-present. Trey Pitsenberger. http://thegoldengecko.com/blog/

The Date Project. 2002. Anonymous. http://thedateproject.blogspot.com; URL since taken over by another blogger; use http://archive.org to access original blog.

The Dullest Blog in the World. 2003–2010. Anonymous. http://www.dullestblog.com

The English Cut. 2005–present. Thomas Mahon. http://www.englishcut.com

The Social Marketer. 2010-present. NM Incite. http://nmincite.com/blog

 

The Quantum Pontiff. 2003–present. Dave Beacon. http://scienceblogs.com/pontiff until 2010, http://dabacon.org/pontiff/ after 2010.

The Viral Garden. 2005–present. Mark Collier. http://moblogsmoproblems.blogspot.com (this blog was recently made invitation only)

Wal-Marting Across America. 2006. Laura. http://walmartingacrossamerica.com

We’re in Debt. 2006–present. King and Queen of Debt (pseud.). http://wereindebt.com

Where is Raed? 2003–2004. Salam Pax (pseud.). http://dear_raed.blogspot.com

Zen Habits. 2007-present. Leo Babauta. http://zenhabits.net

 

 

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