Ultimate Blogrolls

Over at GalleyCat, MediaBistro’s publishing blog, Ron Hogan has posted his “ultimate blogroll” — the five blogs he can’t live without — and he was nice enough to list Whatever as one of them. See, folks: Bribery works! He’s also soliciting ultimate blogrolls from other folks, and since you’re other folks, you can participate. Head over to GalleyCat, click on the e-mail link (it looks like an envelope), and let him know which four or five blogs you’d rather die than not read. Since he’s already noted Whatever, you should skip this one and give love to others. Because I already know you love me, man. Thanks. I totally love you too.

10 Comments on “Ultimate Blogrolls”

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  2. Because I already know you love me, man. Thanks. I totally love you too.

    Hey HEY. Keep things cool in front of the kids, man. I mean, what about those Bears, eh?

  3. My blog reading is heavily weighed toward gizmos and projects I’ll never undertake (Engadget, hackaday, Make), and tech/kewl standards (Slashdot, BoingBoing), but the one blog that remains on my list even though it hasn’t been updated since last April is Kathy Sierra’s “Creating Passionate Users” at http://headrush.typepad.com/creating_passionate_users/

    There isn’t a single post there that isn’t brilliant on design, marketing and systems in general. There should be a special place in hell — and before that, San Quentin — for the guy who made the death threats against her.

    My feedreader isn’t especially good at cartoons, but life would be much greyer without Unshelved http://www.unshelved.com and Girl Genius (http://www.girlgeniusonline.com).

  4. All I can say is Whatever belongs on a list of best blogs. In fact, when I recommend it to people, I always tell them that your blog is more entertaining than most people’s novels.

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