So, I asked Google this question, but all it turned up were a few outdated lists full of broken links. Here goes: I know that life in widely-beloved cultural centers like Portland (and San Francisco and New York, etc.) has been examined in minute detail by millions of bloggers writing from those cities. I'm looking for interesting blogs written by folks who are based out of the Phoenix area. [more inside]
Where online would French-language bloggers hang out? [more inside]
What are your favorite community blogs? [more inside]
How can I deal with bloggers uploading pictures of private events? [more inside]
How much do I pay a freelance blogger? [more inside]
What's the best way to ask bloggers to promote a nonprofit fundraising event? [more inside]
How do we politely approach a Blog or Blogger and ask if they would be so kind as to review our e-commerce store....thus essentially promoting it? [more inside]
Help me find some thoughtful conservative writers or bloggers to follow. [more inside]
If a blogger has a blog post "reprinted" on Alternet, do they generally get paid? (And if so, how much?)
Bloggers: Help me not annoy you. [more inside]
What are the biggest/most influential political blogs on the Internet? [more inside]
BlogFilter: I found the blogfarms too confining for my blog, but I miss the social features. Is there any way to duplicate this for my self-hosted blog? [more inside]
I'd like to hire one, or maybe two, bloggers to keep my subject-specific weblog updated while I go on vacation (two weeks only). Is there a website that hooks up bloggers with potential clients for this purpose?
I'm looking for examples of well-known bloggers who are married and each has a blog (like Heather from Dooce and her husband Jon with Blurbomat) or for a blogger who seems to share a great deal about her/his marriage with their spouse's knowledge and apparent blessing. Any ideas? Thanks.
What was the name and site of the girl a couple of years ago, who claimed to be terminally ill, but was just making it up for the sake of her blog?
If the site is down, does anyone know the details?
After reading hundreds of blogs (Why, oh why?), I’ve come to the conclusion that a big number of the people who write about their own financial situation, explicitly or indirectly tell of how broke they are; Like Jim Anchower
, many describe low wages and bad jobs, job losses and unemployment, crashing bills, life in apartments with roommates who don’t care and having a hard time paying rents & bills, etc. I understand that the real median household income in 2003
was $43,318 (US), and I know that times are hard for most people. Still, is the average blogger poorer than the average person?
I'm a TypePad user, moving to Movable Type. I know that MT is much more powerful, but out of the (virtual) box, it is lacking in a lot of the cool features (book lists, photo albums, blogrolls) that TypePad has built in.
What's the best place for a n00b like me to go to start bringing MT into line with what I had in TypePad? I've been slogging through the MT Plugins site, but if there's an even easier guide out there, I'll gladly admit I'm an MT loser and just paint-by-numbers!
What are some Republican good blogs, nothing too reactionary, that are worth adding to my feed reader? Thanks.
I need to find written transcripts of the speeches given at the Democratic National Convention. I know the speech texts are being given to the press in advance, 'cause a number of the bloggers have mentioned getting them, but I can't seem to find a central spot on the web where they're being published. I've found Howard Dean's on Democracy For America - anyone have any idea where I can find the rest? (The DNC wasn't any help
So I am sick of livejournal, and I want to start a blog independent of any form sites. Also, I am interested in learning to create backends and architecture for sites similar to Mefi. Where should I start? What languages? Perl? Bear in mind, my own programming experience is limited to a fairly fluent grasp of HTML, which I know isn't really programming at all. Tips?
What blogs (and specific postings) belong in our upcoming Best of Web Writing
book? [more inside]