Weblogs - Category
Weblogs Related URLs: - Have your say on the latest UK news from entertainment to current affairs or just chat with other Brits on the message board. - Being a recounting of my journalistic adventures concerning Iraq - Bits about technology, books, publishing, and miscellany from the author of several computer books. A display of customizable headlines from hundreds of sites. And mice. - documenting the Elian Gonzalez story. - Daily updates on the Internet and its social and public policy implications useful websites, political/ cultural musings. From David Brake a UK-based academic (PhD researcher @ the LSE), Internet consultant and journalist. - All the news that's fit to ridicule. - All kinds of odd and interesting news on the web. - My writing on politics, Rilke, some photography and other little web projects. - Weblog with general and internet news. - A collection of blogs on different topics by Eric Snowdeal.
- International news and current affairs. - Daily roundup of interesting sites, sounds and stuff as netcasts, newscasts, and noisecasts. - News, opinion, and discussion critical of the Bush Administration. - Schwartzreport is a daily publication in favour of the earth, the inter-connectedness and interdependence of all life, democracy, liberty, and things that are life affirming. It also warns readers about actions, and events that threaten those values. Stories have been vetted for accuracy by either a significant peer reviewed research journal or, at the least, a major journalistic publication. - Community based news oriented weblog. - Dr. Andrew R. Cline's weblog about the rhetoric, propaganda, and spin of journalism and politics. - Speckz.com is your portal to everything computer related! - Watchdog weblog covering the American media. - Constantly updated news, current events, analysis and punditry from a decidedly conservative, sarcastic and educated perspective. - Liberal weblog commentary on the environment, politics, technology, culture, and periodically, space colonization. - News, commentary and fun things found on the Internet. - A news weblog, with a bit of politics and culture thrown in, written by a DC-based libertarian-conservative Republican. - Dedicated to discoveries, trends in the humanities, sciences, travel news, x-treme sports, martial arts, alternative, meditation, technology news, culture, sport news, special news. - Opinion on politics and technology. Also the Opinion Roundup, a handy summary of the opinions of editorial pages, pundits, and politicians. - Random comments on events of the day. - Magnus Bernhardsen is an anti-war, anti-EU, left-wing Norwegian who writes mostly about politics. - Watching the Junta in the White House and other stories of note with stagehand Scott Supak, backstage in Hollywood. Features links, quotes, pictures, and free stuff. - Political analysis and other daily rants. - Original commentary and analysis focusing on public policy, international relations, sex roles, crime, education, and medicine. - A weblog about business, economics, law, politics, and current events - nothing about cats. - Another small attempt at disseminating progressive thought. - Musings on politics, California, water, and otherwise. - News that Greg Bender thinks relevant, mostly computer/hardware/software news. - Daily odd ball and political news with an active forum to discuss current events. - Weblog with links to news stories of interest, plus commentary. - Book reviews, general rants and a daily quest to find the answers in life. - News analysis with an emphasis on labor and progressive politics. - Weblog offering Internet marketing news, press releases, product announcements, statistics, tips and commentary. - News on sale leaseback transactions, lease financings, and the sale of single tenant net leased real estate investments worldwide. Weblog editor: Patrick R. Mickey. - A Libertarian-Democratic leaning Californian-turned-Pennsylvanian college student's weblog. Covering politics, sports, religion, politics, entertainment, and politics. 100% organic, PABA-free. - A reality check for news coverage of military issues. - An acerbic, satirical, outraged and occasionally outrageous look at news, politics and miscellaneous oddities. - The weblog of a liberal, humanist, ex-military pilot. - Weblog about law, politics, sex and Philadelphia, written by an anonymous kinky liberal lawyer. - UFOs, extraterrestrials sightings and news. Other paranormal and unexplained news. - Political and philosophical commentary from a classical liberal (in the U.S. that means conservative) viewpoint. - Canadian conservative weblog that publishes daily commentary on political events in Canada. - Funny and cool video clips. Televisions skits, cartoons, jokes and humor. Flash games and cartoons, tons to do. - Posts on current events and culture, focused from an economic perspective. - A newsletter and website that covers all the news from politics to pop culture, from Jerusalem to JLo. It's your dinner party prep. - Glenn Reynolds' weblog offers opinions on current events, as well as humor and personal notes. - Keeping watch on the collision of conventional rights (such as free speech) and the internet, and researching new expressions of those rights. - Interesting news and statistics in media, business, technology, and life in San Francisco. - Political and current event commentary by author Jim Freeman, an American citizen living in the Czech Republic. - Steve Gosset, a veteran of print and broadcast news, now watches the industry from the sidelines and assess news coverage and content. Offers opinions on a wide range of topical items. - Sample the thoughts of Mitch Cohen, a writer and political media analyst working out of Mississippi. Also links to an online archive of his editorial pieces previously published in a variety of newspapers. - Views and stories from a retired globetrotter. Multilingual ex-expat blogs from Copenhagen. Also offers pictures, comments and essays on news items from the surrealism of European immigration to China's HR crunch. - Mark S. Choate provides an insider's look at the conflict between old media and new. Includes a resume and regular updates covering business and technology issues. - Opinions of author and syndicated columnist Charlotte Laws covering topics involving philosophy, politics, law, education and current events. Particular focus given to animal rights, and environmentalism. - Dan Kennedy blogs about the press, politics, technology, culture and other passions. - Forum for news discussion community. Also lists topical items about which people can comment. - Derek Willis largely focuses on journalism and computer-assisted reporting. Deals with how reporters can use spreadsheets, databases, mapping and statistical programs to make stories better. - San Diego media critic shares his views on popular culture and current news stories. - Personal observations of Dr Simon Howard, a British public health doctor. Deals with UK current affairs, politics, book reviews and humour. - Syndicated columnist Charlotte Laws shares her views on philosophy, politics, law, education and current events. Gives particular focus to animal rights, and environmentalism. - Current events and commentary, updated multiple times daily. Provide feedback to stories listed. - News offered with a unique, quantitative approach to editorial policy. Link at the footer of each story explains the formula as to how article's length was set proportional to the estimated number of lives affected. - Create an account and submit original news and items from other sites. A collaborative, non-profit project. - Funny, bracing or important posts by the house-bound Gary Farber who offers his views on news, politics, the media, history, science, and science fiction. - Left, green and radical perspectives on news and current affairs. Comments aims at "raising the political temperature". - Covering politics, current events, technology, and items that catch Tyler's eye. - Freelance writer, editor, and consultant in based in Washington, DC, comments on grammar, word choice, and the business of writing. Also deals with the topics of international development, defense news, finance, and leisure. - Conservative journalist's analysis of current events and politics. - Providing small journalistic forum and tools for contributors. Multilingual site claiming to be a platform for free thinkers globally. - Tracks issues in online journalism. Covering trends, providing analysis and creating tutorials for journalists. - Headline links about news on blogs and blogging collected from diverse media sources worldwide. - Comments and links about international, national and Tennessee-related events. Covering politics, religion and other topics from a conservative viewpoint. - Mickey Kaus follows developments in politics, advertising, business, and the media. A Slate weblog. - Offers syndicated columnists, blogs and news stories with moderated comments. - London-based Irish journalist, Tom Griffin, offers news, analysis and opinion. - Deals with the intersection of media, technology, and social networking. Includes schedule of Tish Grier speaking engagements. - Deals with current trends in online journalism. Also includes personal observations about life in Scandinavia. - Encourages activism in business, education, environment, health, science, technology and travel. The work of John Fitzpatrick. - Contains journalism on international issues, the humanities, and technology. Written by a professional journalist and poet. - The work of Andy Riga, a reporter and occasional political writer at The Gazette in Montreal. - Covers topical and controversial news, with a prime focus on Barbados. - Journalist Vin Crosbie, Dorian Benkoil, Bob Cauthorn and professor Ben Compaine share their views on the fate of media, its misguided attempts to harness new technologies, and where it lost touch with reader interests. - Commentary and critique of topical events. Andrew Lee's summary of various news events, plus links to the full stories. - A pair of twenty-something writer-journalists writing about current Philippine news and issues. - Blogging site with dozens of contributors, covering aspects of the news business from a citizen journalist perspective. - Covers news, politics, sports, business and entertainment items - with a tinge of Indianesse. - Artist Shea Holliman comments on news stories of interest to him. - Includes commentary and advice for charities and non profits hoping to achieve social change. - This site features original articles on such topics as current events, politics, and controversial, contemporary issues and interests. - Marty Davis comments on print, broadcast and online news. - Musings from the newsroom and beyond by Yoni Greenbaum, an experienced and award-winning newspaper and online journalist. - A pop culture blog that takes a dim view on celebrity fawning, media and power. - Commentary about topical events and personalities. Has an emphasis on following news in India. - A personal view of Ian Lind from the newsroom of the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, which is at the center of a precedent-setting legal battle over the antitrust limits of newspaper joint operating agreements. - Delivering opinionated media to opinionated people. Welcomes submissions. - Comprehensive listing of the newspaper's blogs, organized by subject. Includes archives of no longer current blogs. - Buck Macklin's weblog information, news, and links to assorted websites. - Explores the topic of online community journalism as being today's alternative mode of news coverage. - Thoughts, notes and headlines about news reporting, personal and community journalism on the Web. The name refers to the author's view that weblogging itself is the "other journalism" mode of the modern era. - The eclectic views of Seattle Post-Intelligencer columnist, Brian Chin, a senior online producer and a native Seattleite. Covers technology, politics and social trends. - Daily commentary on news, politics and pop culture from columnist Joy-Ann Reid. - Critical observations from a journalist keeping an eye on all media, especially print and broadcast. - News of interest to the interested: The good news along with the bad, and especially the ugly. - Bloggers comment on Times articles and writers. Tracks postings that cite published articles. - Ed Kemmick of the Billings Gazette, provides a collection of raw ruminations and cogitations. - Latest stories and commentary. - Vanity Fair contributing editor blogs about politics and current events. - Links to noteworthy journalism from around the web, from the UK online news service of the year. - General news blog from some of the staff at the British newspaper. Includes mobile, gallery and audio posts, along with podcasts and RSS fees. - Starting point to a set of news stories providing introductory information about all aspects of blogging. - Team weblog from the British newspaper's news team, augmented with dispatches from their journalists around the world.
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