Best Blogs



  1. Paperback WriterWriting Pro since 1998
  2. Top 100 Educational BlogsOnline Education Database (OEDb)to help ambitious or prospective students
  3. Truth OutHelp bring real news to those who need it.
  4. Arts and Letters DailyPhilosophy, aesthetics, literature, language trends, breakthroughs, ideas, criticism, culture, history, music, art, disputes, gossip
  5. Phone ScoopNews, reviews, and the best info about phones
  6. Bloglines Where users can subscribe, create, manage and share news feeds, blogs and rich web content from across the web
  7. Open SecretsThe Center for Responsive Politics is the nation's premier research group tracking money in U.S. politics and its effect on elections and public policy. Nonpartisan, independent and nonprofit, the organization aims to create a more educated voter, an involved citizenry and a more transparent and responsive government. In short, the Center's mission is to: inform, Empower, Advocate.
  8. Gear Fire Focus on student college life. Gearfire is a student productivity and organization blog, bringing you tips for academic success. It is a productivity-focused blog, but with a focus on students and college life. Gearfire was founded in December of 2006 by Geoff Ruddock, with the help of Jordan Slaman. In late 2007 we converted from a blog to a multi-author content hub, allowing university students from all over to share their knowledge and wisdom with others, and get paid to do it. We now have a large group of contributors ranging from high school students to current college students to post-college students, all of whom share their wisdom on how to do well in school.

Writing a Blog!

  1. If you ever wanted to write a blog, here is an excellent site for learning how to create a blog.
  2. "Blogs, also known less commonly as web logs, are a very simple style of website where articles are posted regularly in an easy to find, easy to navigate main page.
  3. New articles push down older ones, creating a streamlined content source where regular visitors can access the same homepage and see regularly updated content.” Matthew Kaboomis Loomis is the owner of Build Your Own Blog. Connect with him onGoogle+andTwitter


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