Thursday, January 20, 2011

Six Creative, Progressive Blogs You Should Bookmark

In 2011, "bookmarking" has become one of the lesser-used browser features. Instead of digg-ing and subscribing and all that, old-fashioned bookmarking is a great way to avail yourself of great blogs!

Let's examine 6 unique blogs, beginning with HumanistLife ::: here's a snippet from a recent post about BBC's Human Planet TV series, that kinda reminds me of blogging, social networking and the digital era
"Uniquely in the animal kingdom, humans have managed to adapt and thrive in every environment on Earth. Each episode takes you to the extremes of our planet: the arctic, mountains, oceans, jungles, grasslands, deserts, rivers and even the urban jungle. Here you will meet people who survive by building complex, exciting and often mutually beneficial relationships with their animal neighbours and the hostile elements of the natural world."
I mean the part that says "survive by building complex, exciting and often mutually beneficial relationships" applied to online life, if 0's and 1's constitute "life"...

Michigan Telephone blog ::: use Google Voice for both incoming and outgoing calls using a regular telephone... Even if you're not a genius Edison type, articles like this one will give you ideas... and more ideas...

For those searching for ways to improve the online experience, Lisa Irby's 2 Create a Website Blog is a fascinating read, chock full o' marketing and blogging tips that are within anyone's reach. And if you think there's no room for naother blogger, you haven't bumped into Onibalusi Bamidele! Oni was able to build a successful online business that rakes in about $3000 online every month!

Larry B is your go-to-guy if you're into social networking... and these days we're all pretty much "forced" to be active on at least twitter if not facebook, or vice-versa! ONLINE SOCIAL NETWORKING is what it is... a direct connection to what's driving the social sites. I can't think of a good reason I wouldn't visit this blog every single day!

If you kinda like Dave's "humble little weblog" - as he puts it, you'll also like Aldon's Orient Lodge. Very eclectic! He covers CT while DL covers NY... interesting!

If you are seeking friends or comrades-in-arms, there's a new player gaining much recognition in recent weeks: BlogFrog!

1 comment:

Larry Brauner said...

Thanks Dave for your friendship and support.

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