Wednesday, August 31, 2005

100 blogs in 100 days




The books you read and the people you meet will determine where you are five years from now ...

I am impressed with how the blogging community is coming together to dispense critical information with the plight of the homeless and displaced in the aftermath of the Katrina Hurricane.

As I read the various blogs, I also get a sense of the goodness of people from the various diversity of blogs out there in the blogosphere.

So taking my cue from others on the web, I want to read / visit 100 blogs in 100 days - it's simple - I don't have access to an recreational vehicle to traverse the country or the world, but I want to visit 100 blogs in 100 days starting tomorrow September 1. Just send a comment with a recommendation of the blogs that you read and why I need to visit, including your own - I promise to visit, stay a while and like a good guest, write about my visit and thank you via email and a link for your hospitality. In fact, I'll create a 100 day sidebar with a link of all the blogs I visit.

Please no porn, spam, rants, politics and angst - I looking for "GOOD NEWS" blogs that reveal what's going on in your life, your dreams - because I want to capture your thoughts that inspire, affirm, encourage, build up and speak life!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

A few of my favorite:

www.kottke.org: pioneer of internet blogging - great collection of hyperlinks

www.trixieupdate.com: a cool approach to a father's keeping track of quantitative data associated with his newborn baby girl's life

Also, any of the blogs listed by Times as the "50 best":
http://www.time.com/time/business/article/0,8599,1072872,00.html

My personal favorite is dooce.com
www.boingboing.net: a "directory of wonderful things" indeed

Anonymous said...

oh me! oh me!

http://blog.iamnotashamed.net

I don't know why really, I think you'll enjoy some of it though.

Op-Prime said...

I have to let you know that you inspired me. I just started a new blog that I think fits your criteria so while there isn't much there, at least you know you inspired another to start an uplifting site.

http://ops-treasures.blogspot.com

Kerry Woo said...

Thanks Michael for the nice words - Good to visit you on Day 1 - with your long commute, there is a lot of good in the world - don't let it pass you by!
Kerry