Friday, March 11, 2005

Friday Blogaround

With any luck and Blogger staying stable…

Green Voicemail is back from a long break. About time… uh, I mean, Welcome Back!

Let’s do the roll.

  • All Facts and Opinions reviews this coming summer’s bestseller.
  • archy has seen the effects of Balkanization.
  • blogAmY on who cares where terrorists get their weapons.
  • bloggg channels Letterman for a school meeting.
  • Chris and his wife face a tough choice.
  • Collective Sigh collects a big mention.
  • Corrente welcomes Riggsveda, who does a number on Bush’s treatment of justice abroad.
  • NTodd is back home.
  • Echidne alerts you to contact a congressman who would make criminals of women who suffer a miscarriage.
  • edwardpig details the lies behind the argument for Social Security privatization.
  • First Draft cites Jon Carrol’s insight into the impact of bloggers.
  • The Fulcrum bids adieu to Scooter.
  • The Gamer’s Nook finds someone with a drastic solution to the overabundance of subjects for Friday Catblogging.
  • Happy Furry Puppy on clean living according to the Koran.
  • iddybud sends best wishes and a poem to Elizabeth Edwards, who is recovering from breast cancer surgery (and I do the same for a colleague here).
  • Keith at The Invisible Library shares some software and some further thoughts on blogging in the library.
  • Jon at KTL on the future of the Wolfies.
  • Left is Right explains it all for you.
  • Bryant at MMAC says no one listens to liberals — at least that’s what AC says.
  • Michael muses on the difference between our Congress and the British Parliament.
  • Pen-Elayne continues her excellent series on blogging women.
  • Rick tells a fairy tale.
  • Rook’s Rant honors one of the old guard.
  • rubber hose applies the Heisenberg principal to a blogger in the White House press gaggle.
  • Scrutiny Hooligans finds that nobody likes the bankruptcy bill.
  • SoonerThought finds more evidence that Tom DeLay is not a nice person.
  • Speedkill takes apart a post on just how “liberal” columnist Peter Beinart is.
  • Steve Gilliard on the future of TiVo.
  • T.Rex on a story you might have missed — Saddam Hussein’s capture was staged.
  • Trish Wilson uses Monty Python to get to the truth — and it makes sense.
  • Wanda on the selective march of freedom.
  • WTF Is It Now?? found a cat who objected to not being blogged on Friday.
  • The Yellow Doggerel Democrat takes on Texas’s take on TAKS.
  • Happy Friday!