Some blogs/sites are specifically set up to grab trending topics from social media and post about them. Examples would be MSN Now and Newswhip. Do you know of others?
BlogFilter: Is there a reliable directory of blogs? [more inside]
Is there a MeFi-like site that deals exclusively in academic writing? [more inside]
What are the best MeFi-, Robotwisdom-, Agonist-like weblogs from Germany and in the German language ? A previous thread gave me some links, but i do not care for them and they were not in the same league as the blogs mentioned above.
Blogs that teach? [more inside]
What are the best weblogs? [more inside]
Can anyone recomend any good weblogs on MMORPGs? [more inside]
I'm told that my weblog's atom feed is broken: according to feedvalidator.org this is because 'my feed appears to be encoded as "utf-8", but my server is reporting "US-ASCII". Is it advisable that I should persuade my server to report an 'utf-8', ecoding, and, if so, how? [more inside]
What's the point of fake blogs? [more inside]
I've been reading a lot of Hunter S. Thompson lately, and have become addicted to his "Gonzo journalism". Can anyone reccomend any weblogs, online zines or young authors that display that kind of brazen, muckraking writing style?
So… which weblogs are the in A-list?
I'm looking for a very simple self-hosted blogging/CMS tool. Are there any that don't require a database or CGI on the server?
Can anyone recommend a decent web host whose cheapie package will support the cgi magic that is Moveable Type? I'm about to start a new Moveable Type blog and I'd like to host it in the $0-$5 per month range. I don't need a lot of web space. I don't want to use Type Pad's "Basic" service, because of the features it lacks. Is there a MT-equivalent of Blogspot? Apache on *nix would be preferred. [more inside]
Blogging application that includes line-numbering? I'd like to publish content for peer review, in chonologic blog format, with automatic line numbering, so that people can comment, by line number, on my writing. Obviously, the line breaks and numbers have to be the same for everyone. AfterDinner.com offers this functionality, though it isn't really a blogging application. I'm a veteran Blogger user, and willing to do a little bit of creative coding (eg: light hacking of Moveable Type). Any help?
Who is on your A-list? I'm looking for something new to read -- what are your favorite, visit-every-day-for-sure blogs?
Anyone here have any experience with Noah Grey's Greymatter weblog system? I'm trying out a few systems for a site I'm working on, and everything went fine until I tried to post a reply. [more inside] [more inside]