Friday, March 4, 2005

Friday Blogaround

The latest edition to the blogroll is Suburban Guerrilla.

Here’s my picks to click from the The Liberal Coalition.

  • Natalie has a review of Michael Frayn’s Democracy, now playing in Japan.
  • Chris reviews satellite radio.
  • Collective Sigh on the sneezin’ season and remedies for it.
  • The Farmer at Corrente replaces Friday Cat Blogging with something entirely different. And I mean entirely different.
  • Echidne on the limits of conscience.
  • The Gamer’s Nook says that timing is everything at ChoicePoint.
  • Happy Furry Puppy cares about apathy.
  • iddybud on the mirage of the democracy dominoes in the Middle East.
  • Kick the Leftist on the lastest road rage.
  • Make Me A Commentator recalls the legend of blog creation.
  • Michael with the lowdown on downloads.
  • Pen-Elayne is celebrating the writing of women bloggers. Or is it bloggers who are women?
  • Rick goes to dinner.
  • Rook’s Rant finds that experience teacheth naught.
  • upyernoz promotes hiring one of our own (see below).
  • Scrutiny Hooligans profiles Frank Luntz, the Republican purveyor of snake oil.
  • Sooner Thought on how the bankruptcy law could screw the seniors.
  • Speedkill has more on sex-ed silliness.
  • Steve Gilliard on the Republican attempt to capture Kos.
  • T.Rex on the outrage of federal footwear.
  • First Draft on the return of the O-Man.
  • The Fulcrum notes the passing of 1,500.
  • The Invisible Library on the crushing of creativity.
  • The Yellow Doggerel Democrat deconstructs Scalia.
  • Trish Wilson joins me in the writing zone.
  • Wanda on the future of Social Security.
  • archy opens the Carnival of Bad History.
  • blogAmy joins the CafePress society and opens up a shop of Geek Chic stuff. (By the way, she’s not the only one…)
  • Bloggg blushes.
  • edwardpig on the coming crackdown on blogging. (PS: He’s looking for a job…)
  • NTodd has some kool pics to sell you.
  • This will be my first weekend in a long time where I will have nothing scheduled other than to join Trish in listening to the writing muse. Bobby Cramer awaits.