Sep 01 2008

MyLife: Happy Blog Day from Currents

Published by at 6:41 pm under Uncategorized

I already posted my fave five tech blog links over at Techvibes, but as those who know me are aware, I’m more than just a tech geek. Fact is, I’ve got geekiness to spare on a wide range of topics. Hence, my (somewhat belated) listing of blogs I’ve been reading this summer:

Terry Glavin: The straight-talking conscience of the left, bestselling author and intellectual icon. Not true what they say about him living in a heavily armed compound with a 50-metre statue of Kim Jong-il on remote island off Canada’s west coast.

Random Thoughts of a Student of the Environment: A knowledgeable green-friendly blog by a social media fanatic who can speak seven languages and out-Twitter pretty much anyone you know.

Covenant Zone: A trio of Vancouver-based political activists in blue scarves take on political correctness, islamofascists and John McCain’s increasingly dubious choice for VP.

Dust My Broom: A great read from a Conservative uber-blogger any day of the week. NOTE FOR NEW READERS: No, I’m not a card-carrying Conservative. Yes, I do think the current leadership of every federal party in Canada other than the Conservatives is inept.

Boing Boing: A directory of wonderful things, and proof that your blog can be about nothing in particular and still get a ton of traffic.

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5 responses so far

5 Responses to “MyLife: Happy Blog Day from Currents”

  1. Darceyon 01 Sep 2008 at 7:02 pm

    Thanks very much for the kind words!

  2. Raulon 01 Sep 2008 at 7:47 pm

    Thanks SO much for your kind words, Jonathon! See you soon as I get back to Vancouver! :)

  3. Terry Glavinon 02 Sep 2008 at 5:22 pm

    Back at you, Jonathon.



  4. Larry Yatkowskyon 02 Sep 2008 at 5:40 pm


    Too much “Blue” is not a good thing. :>)

  5. jnarveyon 02 Sep 2008 at 6:52 pm

    Thanks for reading, y’all. Hey Larry, as soon as the Liberals bring on Ignatieff instead of Dion, we can talk about me changing this season’s colors…

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