"Because in Cyberspace, no one can hear you scream."
Friday, October 07, 2005
Editor's note: Can life and blogging mix? This author is hoping that is the case, as blogging has become more than a simple outlet or a hobby--it's practically a way of life! (okay, it doesn't pay the bills so that last part might have been an exaggeration)
With a federal exam to study for and an upcoming business trip out of state (these are becoming way too frequent--but the hotels are nice) this blogger will be taking a break from posting for about a week and a half (will be returning on the 18th of October. In the mean time, here are some recommended sites that may interest a reader.
- Highly Recommended: Hyscience, Cao's Blog, ID The Future and UN Dispatch are blogs presenting unique view points in their respected areas. Also Pro Blogger and Social Security Choice are must reads as well.
- International Views: Gateway Pundit, Kinshasa, The Black Kettle, Publius Pundit and Winds of Change will keep you in the loop on what is going on around the world. An honorable mention would be the Committee to Protect Bloggers, a great organization if you own a web log.
- American Politics: Where would one begin on this? There is Hugh Hewitt and Instapundit of coarse, but Blogs for Bush, Patrick Ruffini, Polipundit, Michelle Malkin, Alpha Patriot and a host of others out there, too many to actually name off (Google IT if you need more).
- Middle East-Islam: For those who have an interest in Mid-Eastern affairs-Islam, check out Israpundit, Muslim Wakeup!, Michael Yon, Iraq the Model, Jihad Watch, (as well as their sister site Dhimmi Watch) Regime Change Iran, Friends of Democracy, Israelity and Counter Column (just to name a few).
These are just a few of the sites that this author reads daily, and would recommend them to others (it may be wise to acquire an online feed reader in order to stay "up to date" with these blogs, such as Bloxor.com). which this author uses).
If anyone needs to contact this author, the best way to communicate would be through Gmail, Gtalk or Orkut (via the scrap book of coarse) and if you need a clue on the screen name, email name, etc., it should be listed on the sidebar (note: die spam bots, die!). Shalom! Be back in ten days!
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