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Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Top Blogs According To Feedster: II

  • Spacefem - There's information on feminism and women's rights. Has a forum that will provide you hours of entertainment. This site is whatever you want it to be.
  • Metafilter - is a weblog that anyone can contribute a link or a comment to. A typical weblog is one person posting their thoughts on the unique things they find on the web. This website exists to break down the barriers between people, to extend a weblog beyond just one person, and to foster discussion among its members. The privilege of posting links to main page comes after posting a few comments and being a member for at least a week. This lag is built in to allow new members to get used to the place and to understand what other members consider good links.
  • Autoblog - do you like cars? Then this is the blog for you. A blog covering the auto industry with test drives and commentary on articles from other sites.
  • Gawker - your daily source for Manhattan media and gossip. Gawker, reporting live from the center of the universe.
  • Digital Photography Review - where you'll find all the latest in digital photography and imaging news, reviews of the latest digital cameras and accessories, the most active discussion forums, a large selection of sample images, a digital camera buyers guide, side-by-side comparisons and the most comprehensive database of digital camera features and specifications. We believe in quality, original, unbiased content.
  • GigaOM - is a Broadband weblog edited by Om Malik, senior writer for Business 2.0 magazine in San Francisco. This weblog is devoted to broadband and its impact on our lives.
  • Reason Online - is updated daily with articles and columns on current developments in politics and culture. It also contains the full text of past issues of the print edition of Reason. Reason Online is entirely free.
  • TechCrunch - founded on June 11, 2005, is a weblog dedicated to obsessively profiling and reviewing new web 2.0 products and companies. In addition to new companies, we will profile existing companies that are making an impact (commercial and/or cultural) on the web 2.0 space. TechCrunch is edited by Michael Arrington, who also writes a companion blog, CrunchNotes.


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