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Blogs Mentioned

A Little Pregnant. 2003–present. Julie.

Apophenia. 1997–present. danah boyd.

Arla blogs. 2005–present. Maja Møller, Jacob Nørgård, Tove Færch, Inge and Mikael Nørby Lassen.

The Artful Parent. 2008-present. Jean Van’t Hul.

Ars Technica. 1998–present. Ken Fisher (ed.).

A Whole Lotta Nothing. 2000–present. Matt Haughey.

Barbie. 2002–2003. Mattel, Inc.; no longer online; use to access.

Barq’s – the Blog with BITE! 2005–2007.

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

Brooklyn Tweed. 2005–present. Jared Flood.

Chronicles of Dr. Crazy. 2006. Dr. Crazy (pseud.).

ClickNews! 2006–present. Lynn Terry.

Daily Kos. 2002–present. Markos Moulitsas (publisher/founder).

Digital Photography Blog. 2004–2008. Darren Rowse.

Dooce. 2001–present. Heather B. Armstrong.

Editor: Myself. A Weblog on Iran, Technology and Pop Culture. 2002–2007. Hossein Derakhshan.

Engadget. 2004–present. Peter Rojas (ed.).

ExperienceCurve. 2003–present. Karl Long.

Flowing Data. 2007-present. Nathan Yau.

GapingVoid. 2004–present. Hugh MacLeod.

Get in the Hot Spot: Naked Travel Stories and Travel Tips. 2009-present. Annabel Candy.

Get Real. 2003–2006. Steve Boyd.

Get Rich Slowly. 2006–present. J.D. Roth.

Gizmodo. 2002–present. Brian Lam (ed.).

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

jill/txt. 2000–present. Jill Walker Rettberg.

Klastrup’s Cataclysms. 2001–present. Lisbeth Klastrup. 1998–present. Jason Kottke.

KottkeKomments. 2007-2009.

Kuro5hin. 1999-present. Rusty Foster (founder).

LifeHack. 2005–present. Leon Ho (ed.). 1994–present. Justin Hall.

Lonelygirl15. 2006–2008. Miles Beckett, Ramesh Flinders

Matt Cutts: Gadgets, Google, and SEO. 2005–present. Matt Cutts.

Manolo’s Shoe Blog. 2004–present. Manolo (pseud.).

MegNut. 1999-present. Meg Hourihan. until 2012, after 2012.

MegNut 2012-present. Meg Hourihan.

Metafilter. 1999–present. Matt Haughey (ed.). 2003–present. Molly Holzschlag.

MotherTalkers. 2006–present. Amy, Elisa, Erika and Gloria.

Mr Smash Goes to Washington. Mr Smash (pseud.). Blog previously titled Citizen Smash, Lt. Smash, Indepundit. 2003–2006.

MSTechToday. Unknown–2007. Brandon LeBlanc. [no longer active]

Narcissism, vanity, exhibitionism, ambition, vanity, vanity, vanity. 2001–present. Diane Greco. until 2010, after 2010.

ntcoolfool. 2006-2010. Bryce Carter.

O’Reilly Radar. 2005–present. Tim O’Reilly

Penelope Trunk. 2004-present. Penelope Trunk.

PeterMe. 1998–present. Peter Merholz.

PostSecret. 2004–present. Frank Warren (ed.).

ProBlogger. 2004–present. Darren Rowse.

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

Read/Write Web. 2003–present. Richard MacManus (ed.).

Rebecca’s Pocket. 1999–present. Rebecca Blood.

Robot Wisdom. 1997–present. Jorn Barger.

Scripting News. 1997–present. Dave Winer.

She’s a Flight Risk. 2003–2006. Isabella K. (pseud.).; no longer online; use to access.

Shiny Shiny. 2003–present. Katie Lee (ed.).

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

Stormhoek. 2005–2009. Hugh MacLeod

Style Bytes. 2005–2008. Agathe Bjørnsdatter.

Successful Blogging: For Small Business Owners and Writers. 2009-present. Annabel Candy.

Tales of a Bathroom Scale. Lori. 2002–2003.

Tama Leaver dot Net. 2007–present. Tama Leaver.

TechCrunch. 2005–2007. Michael Arrington (ed.).

techPresident. 2007–present. Micah Sifry and Joshua Levy (eds.).

The Blogging Nurseryman. 2005-present. Trey Pitsenberger.

The Date Project. 2002. Anonymous.; URL since taken over by another blogger; use to access original blog.

The Dullest Blog in the World. 2003–2010. Anonymous.

The English Cut. 2005–present. Thomas Mahon.

The Social Marketer. 2010-present. NM Incite.


The Quantum Pontiff. 2003–present. Dave Beacon. until 2010, after 2010.

The Viral Garden. 2005–present. Mark Collier. (this blog was recently made invitation only)

Wal-Marting Across America. 2006. Laura.

We’re in Debt. 2006–present. King and Queen of Debt (pseud.).

Where is Raed? 2003–2004. Salam Pax (pseud.).

Zen Habits. 2007-present. Leo Babauta.



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