It's Blogroll Amnesty
There is no doubt in my mind that we have come a long way since our last celebration of Blogroll Amnesty Day. Here is last year's B.A.D. post -- check it out.
What a long strange trip it has been, and continues to be.
For some background, Jon Swift chronicles the origins of this festive celebration, and skippy chimes in as well.
For those of you who are unfamiliar, Blogroll Amnesty is a concept of peace and harmony that encourages the highlighting of lesser-read blogs. Several of the blogs that I mentioned last year have since become extinct. However, a couple are still around -- and I still read them:
The Absurd Report
The Rude Pundit
New additions for 2009:
C. Alyson Love
Brown Man Thinking Hard
d r i f t g l a s s
Shots On The House
Simply Left Behind
The American Boy
Viva Chuck Todd/Viva Rachel Maddow
[if I missed a blog that you think that I should have included, comment freely]
Please visit each and every one of these blogs daily. I know I do!
Happy Blogroll Amnesty to all of you!
02 February 2009
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