I have been pondering for a few weeks how to approach this topic, but can never seem to get a good start. Today is the last time for me to try, so here goes:
Since I began this “blogging thing” in January 2010, there have been several blogs that I read every day and vice versa. Because of our interaction, I have become friends with the guys who publish Electicty (currently on sabatical) , Eclecticity Light, (The replacement) Cultural Offering, Anderson Layman‘s, and Live & Learn. We often communicate “off blog” and aside from David Kanigan, I have shared a few meals, beers and cigars with the others. Eventually meeting David is on my bucket list. There are others, like Pat Guanciale who I have met though the others.
We all know things about each other that few others know. When needed, we are good listeners and we humor one other. I value our friendships, which without the Internet, would never have come to be.
There were blogs that I started reading every day, but then for some reason, stopped as they just weren’t as relavent to me as they once were. I know that the converse is also true. People who often left comments on or “liked” most of my posts have been silent for months/years. They have moved on….or died, maybe?
An ever-changing menu.
One could make a full time job and work overtime at discovering new sites to frequent. The offerings are quite literally, endless…. and there is only so much time in a day to be able to devote to being online.
As time goes on, I continuously find new blogs and some of them have become daily/regular reads. Some are informational, some inspirational, some just fun to visit.
Here are 10: I will resist the urge to tell you what I like about each of these and let you discover for yourself. Most of these are published daily. Those that are not, are worth waiting for.
Of course, if that wasn’t enough, there is always Kurt’s “The 25 Blogs Guaranteed To Make You Smarter”
I have spent about three hours preparing and editing this… it’s time to get back to Saturday.