I'm very interested in websites/blogs that aggregate a whole bunch of sources and present the most interesting, influential and informative writing on the Web. Help me find some more? [more inside]
What are your favorite books or websites about Philadelphia or heavily involving Philadelphia? Both historical or modern.
A friend of mine recently deleted her Google account, but she didn't know this action would also delete her Blogger blog. How can she recover it? [more inside]
Recommend some bike commuter blogs [more inside]
I've decided to make some big changes in how I live. Things like exercising more, eating better, dressing nicer and so on. Things are going pretty great now, but I am looking for some useful reading (magazines, books, websites, blogs) to help me stay motivated and generate ideas. Further info... [more inside]
Blogs about regional junk food and snacks? [more inside]
Is there a web site which recommends the best writing on the net on a periodic basis? [more inside]
Are all blogs linear scrolls or is there someone out there who presents entries differently (allow for shuffling of posts or presents it like iTunes presents your selection)? [more inside]
Can anyone point me in the direction of blogs about succeeding in college and grad school? Bonus points if they're geared towards professionals working 40+ hours a week, instead of coaching teenagers through the nuances of dorm life. [more inside]
I'm finding out that years of obsessive RSS reading, Twittering and 24-hour news broadcast watching have turned me into someone with a very low attention span when it comes to other, long-form media (movies and books). I'd like to divorce myself, to a degree, from the world of instantaneous news and commentary - partly to relax a little, and partly to devote more time to reading literature, philosophy, religious books, etc. Problem: my career is in political social media strategy. [more inside]
Help me cheer up my wife! She's just started a new job (her first out of grad school) as a clinical therapist at a methadone clinic. Tell me about blogs or testimonials I can print out for her in a "Oh, THAT'S why I put up with this shit" vein. [more inside]
BlogFilter: Is there a reliable directory of blogs? [more inside]
What's the best way for a non-computer oriented person to tap into the blogosphere support network for help with her ADHD child? [more inside]
My friend is applying for clinical psychology postgraduate study at the end of this year and she would like to make sure she is well read on relevant books (nb. not text books) and blogs etc before the interview. Can anyone reccomend any books, websites or blogs that would be good for my friend to review prior to her interview?
Can my blog about estate sales get me in trouble? [more inside]
I am looking for personal blogs written by dads. [more inside]
What are some interesting blogs that touch on both the language and culture of a country? [more inside]
What are some good Anglophile blogs? [more inside]
How can I create an online HTML form poll, preferably for free, wherein the list of multiple choices can grow when users decide to add to the list of choices? [more inside]
I have become addicted to a certain website (RSS feed actually) that makes snarky criticism about major advertising campaigns. Can you recommend other similar blogs? Everytime I google for keywords based on their domain I get (nonsurpirsingly) very spammy results. [more inside]
Since I'm moving to Baltimore in July, I'd like to get a handle on some good blogs by Baltimoreans. Content does not necessarily have to be Baltimore focused, but that would be nice too. What sites should I be reading? [more inside]
What are good blogs and resources for MLIS students? [more inside]
A group of East African bloggers I follow have recently begun circulating the Honest Scrap Award — a sort of informal bloggers' award-slash-meme — among themselves. I thought they had created it, but a quick Google search shows that it's been around since at least December of 2008. Does anyone know where or why it started?
Are there any tools to make Blogger commenting easier (posting links, etc.)? [more inside]
What are some good blogs for surprising/absurd/historically interesting facts? [more inside]
EducationFilter: How do you use wikis, blogs and social media in the classroom? [more inside]
Wanted: Your favorite comics blogs! [more inside]
Looking for indepth online. Where do you go for indepth analysis and information? The online versions of most Current Affairs print magazines are known to me. I want more Glenn Greenwald, Daily Beast; Andrew Sullivan or Informed Comment. What are the best blogs out there for political and international analysis; not neccessarily UScentric? For instance where do I find out more about the convoluted craziness of Iran or Eritrea? There are a lot of highly intelligent, inquiisitive people around these parts; where do you go to find out what the informed opinion for your interests are? Please don't limit this to just political or current affairs; the best of anything is always worth reading.
Who leaked the Downing Street "smear scandal"? [more inside]
How much is my website worth? [more inside]
How to attract readers to blogs? [more inside]
I sometimes like to read webcomics or blogs from the first post. I could use history or bookmarks each time, but any other way to have a simple set-up so I don't lose my place?
Tell me all about your favorite intelligent professional or casual medical blogs/articles somewhat in the vein of Atul Gawande. [more inside]
Am I imagining things or has there lately been a surge of right-wing opinion dominating the forums of popular sites like digg and reddit? [more inside]
What're the OTHER political video blogs? [more inside]
In search of website, blogs, etc that keep up with federal and state (specifically NC) policies that affect families with children with developmental and physical disabilities? [more inside]
Are There Good Blogs About The Statistical Programming Language, R? [more inside]
Offline blog reader? I've backed up my blog into an XML file. I'd like to read it offline. Open Office has XML support but this is not an efficient solution. There are online solutions--importing the xml file into a new blog, for example--but I'd just like to read while offline from the xml file. Is there a program that will permit this?
Is there a MeFi-like site that deals exclusively in academic writing? [more inside]
Which famous Internet pioneer regretted the anonymity of the Internet? [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?
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]
Having trouble getting promotional traction for new webservice, despite being an avid blog reader, possibly because of split audiences. Any suggestions? [more inside]
Help me find this site: it is a popular(?) blog with complete chronological integration with the author's twitter account and other social networks. The author MAY be some sort of PR guru or something. I remember so little about the site that googling proves to be unsuccessful. [more inside]
Recommended Oscar live blogs, twitter etc? [more inside]
What is the preferred order of comments in a blog? Oldest on top, or newest on top? [more inside]
How can I cut down the amount of time I spend reading daily blogs yet still find the stories I feel are interesting and keep everything streamlined and organized? [more inside]
I really love reading blogs written by wealthy people. Do you have any to recommend? [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.
What is a good source of online etiquette for cross-medium self-promotion? I'm thinking someone might be going over the line, but I want something to back me up so it doesn't seem like I'm just overreacting. A member of an e-mail list I subscribe to posts about her/his blogs over frequently, to the point of always posting whenever there is a new entry up. I'm through ignoring it, and more than one person has suggested to him on list that if people wanted to read her/his blog that they'd do it. I'm not sure she/he is getting it. However, I can't really find any good sources for this sort of netiquette - I'm finding things only related to blogs or to e-mail lists, not both. I'd like something to point to if I (or others) choose to reach out to her/him.
I want to read some blogs by runners and people training for triathlons. [more inside]