I swear, the TU blog page is growing faster than anything. Turn around, and new people are joining the blogfarm. And that’s a good thing. New voices, new ideas, new concepts.
That being said, I’m pleased that there are new people joining, just as I’m pleased that there’s still the veteran community and independent TU bloggers still busting out great blog posts every week.
Want to read ten great blogs this week?
Sure you do!
Let’s get this listing started, shall we?
- Stephanie Snyder’s “A Professor’s Wife” blog, “Focus on the Coke Bottles.” (Read this first.)
- Hadder Nagah in the “Muslim Women” blog, “Not in My Name; all acts of Terrorism are Not Religious.“
- Rob Hoffman’s “Hoffman Files” blog, “Bored at work? So’s Marv Albert!“
- David Kalish’s “The Ruminator” blog, “Our 3.6 degrees of separation.“
- Bryan Huba’s ‘Cat’s Pajamas” blog, “Icebergs in the ocean.“
- Megan Willis’ “East Hysteria, N.Y” blog, “Statue of Liberté visited; faith in humanité restored.“
- Frank Robinson’s “Eternal Optimist” blog, “Deep Down Dark: The Chilean Miners’ Rescue.“
- Sonja Stark’s “PilotGirl” blog, “Cultural highlights at the Russian Awards Dinner.“
- Lawrence White’s “Field of View” blog, “Gun lobby liars, profiteers and cowards.“
- Sara Rose Wheeler’s “Roaring Twenties” blog, “Holiday Traditions: Pajamas.“
There’s so many community and independent blogs worth reading in the TU blog portal, you will have a great time enjoying each and every one of them. Start with these ten, and then continue forward.
And if you enjoy what you read, let these bloggers know that you do enjoy their work. Leave messages on their comments page. Follow them on Facebook or Twitter if they have accounts. And most of all… enjoy reading what the TU’s collection of independent bloggers have to say.
Because they enjoy saying these things for you.