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Question of the Thursday

Filed By Alex Blaze | May 03, 2007 8:56 AM | comments

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What blogs do you like reading? Besides Bilerico, of course.


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David Wene | May 3, 2007 1:57 PM

1. For Local LGBT news/entertainment/politics: Bilerico www.bilerico.com

2. For a Conservative view of national/internation events: The Daily Dish www.AndrewSullivan.com (Andrew Sullivan)

3. For local LGBT politics: Advance Indiana www.AdvanceIndiana.blogspot.com (Gary Welsh)

4. For Indiana moderate Republican news: First Republicans Forum www.firstrepublicans.typepad.com (Chris Douglas)

5. For Indiana politics: Indiana Barrister www.IndianaBarrister.com (Abdul Hakim-Shabazz)

I was hoping more people would answer this one, David, since I'm trying to get a sense of what's popular with our readers. But it's nice to know that we come out on top w/ you :)

I personally like Feministing, Dailykos, the huffington post, the consumerist, the editorialist, americablog, the comics curmudgeon, tapped, the g-spot, the MoJo blog, and pam's house blend a lot, enough to read every day. I also have a long rss feed to read every day with a whole bunch of regularly and non-regularly updated LGBT blogs to keep up.

Thanks David. We can feel the love. :)

I have 24 Indiana blogs in my RSS feed that I make sure to keep current on. I also have 16 national or topic-specific blogs in my RSS feed that I try to get to once a day. About the only ones over there that I actually get to each and every day though are Town Called Dobson, Joe.My.God., and The Dilbert Blog. (They publish less than 5 posts a day!)