Friday, October 31, 2003

Blogs Have Been Added to Blog Directory



There's been a few more new blogs added to BlogsCanada's Directory of Canadian blogs. There are over 6,770 blogs in our database.

Today, I posted a couple of short entries at Officially Unofficial. One was a link to a cute game: Does Your Blog Own You?. The other was about craigslist.

Thursday, I posted a blog entry in Officially Unofficial about the imposter Riversbend vs the real Riverbend.

Wednesday, I posted something in Officially Unofficial about Sony pulling a Quebecois terrorism segment from a newly released video game.

Tuesday, I posted a blog on a Forbes.com feature on the marijuana industry entitled, "Marijuana - Canada's Top Agricultural Product"

Monday, I posted a blog entry in response to negative articles about the Canadian system of health care coming from California.

Friday, I blogged about blogging in the news. I mentioned the Evan Williams interview, Blogrunner and Weblogs, Inc. and how each are making news.

Thursday, I had a few small blog entries on US intelligence failures, a media ban on showing dead US soldiers returning from Iraq and the future of blogs.

The day before, I blogged on the recent incident that saw a US university student easily foil so-called tightened airport security and a huge effort that is apparently underway to find a smoking gun (or cigar, maybe?) in Howard Dean's closet.

The day before the day before, I blogged about the fact that George H.W. Bush has awarded a major honour to one of his son's most bitter critics, Senator Edward M. Kennedy. I also had entries on American Social Hygiene Posters, Injured Iraq War Veterans Get Substandard Care, Marines Charged with POW Abuse and Hinterland Who's Who.

The day before that, I posted a couple of entries at Officially Unofficial. The first was about Boston Globe editorialist, H.D.S. Greenway's op-ed piece, "Will the US one day regret its post-9/11 excesses?" The second was about General Jerry Boykin's racist remarks concerning Islam.

The day before that, Officially Unofficial concerned an article by Naomi Klein. Writing in The Nation, Klein tells how Canada is attempting to implement a World Trade Organisation (WTO) initiative to get affordable AIDS-fighting drugs to Africa. The article is also carried in The Guardian.

The day before that, in Officially Unofficial, I blogged about Shirin Ebadi, The Iranian human rights activist who recently won the Nobel Peace Prize.

The day before that, Officially Unofficial had entries regarding the Guantanamo prisoners, Matt Welch's recent National Post article, Walter Cronkite slamming the US Patriot Act and the Vatican's claims that condoms do not prevent HIV.

The day before that, I posted several blog entries. One was about the unfortunate death of Canadian media mogul, Izzy Asper. Another concerned the criticism that Paul Martin is getting from oppostion MPs for acting too Prime Ministerial. The third was about Goeorge W. Bush's new blog. The fourth was about the defenstration of a couple of Moroccan schollboys.

The day before that, I didn't post a darn thing.

The day before that, I posted a 600 word article on the Perseus Blog survey that's making so much news.

Before that, I posted a blog about Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien and his remarks about decriminalized marijuana.

Before that, I blogged about the Ontario election and refered to an amusing cartoon by John Fewings. I also mentioned an excellent article on blog writing Dave Pollard's, How to Save the World.

Then, I blogged about an article in the Sydney Morning Herald on the war in Iraq. Some lively discussionis happening in the comments section.

The day before that, I blogged about the ongoing discussion happening in a previous post.

Before that one, I blogged about blogging. My blog entitled, Big Boys Buying Blogging Businesses, concerns the AlwaysOn Network and Weblogs, Inc.

Before that, I spouted off on Dick Cheney, war-profiteer. Maybe his lies will finally be exposed.

Earlier, I blogged on the Converse Loaded Weapon Controversy

An earlier Officially Unofficial blog concerns Adrienne Clarkson's trip. It also discusses the idea of neglected blog comments sections and how to draw attention to this often interesting content.

Then there was, Headscarf Issue Rearing its Ugly Head, dealing with the controversy concerning the wearing of the hijab by Muslim women in Europe.

You might also want to check out my blog for a couple of days ago entitled, No Questions to be Asked on Clarkson Trip. There are some comments happening there, too.

The comments are heating up on my blog entry entitled, US Soldier Kills Rare Tiger in Baghdad Zoo.

The BlogsCanada homepage underwent a redesign on October 20. The new page is actually a blog. The top entry will be changed frequently to reflect changes and additions in the Blogs Canada site. We've also added some new tools and resource sites to our resources section.


To reiterate the motive behind this post and this Blogger blog, this is one of a series of blog entries that are intended to shamelessly promote BlogsCanada by testing a theory floated in Jim Elve's blog, BlogsCanada: Officially Unofficial, entitled: "Blogger as Flogger". The theory is that a blog which exists for the sole purpose of plugging another blog can have a positive effect on the plugged blog's standing on search engines and in blogging ecosystem-type indices.

Thursday, October 30, 2003

New Blogs in Canadian Blogs Directory



Blogs Canada has added more new blogs to BlogsCanada's Directory of Canadian blogs. There are over 6,770 blogs in our database.

Today, I posted a blog entry in Officially Unofficial about the imposter Riversbend vs the real Riverbend.

Wednesday, I posted something in Officially Unofficial about Sony pulling a Quebecois terrorism segment from a newly released video game.

Tuesday, I posted a blog on a Forbes.com feature on the marijuana industry entitled, "Marijuana - Canada's Top Agricultural Product"

Monday, I posted a blog entry in response to negative articles about the Canadian system of health care coming from California.

Friday, I blogged about blogging in the news. I mentioned the Evan Williams interview, Blogrunner and Weblogs, Inc. and how each are making news.

Thursday, I had a few small blog entries on US intelligence failures, a media ban on showing dead US soldiers returning from Iraq and the future of blogs.

The day before, I blogged on the recent incident that saw a US university student easily foil so-called tightened airport security and a huge effort that is apparently underway to find a smoking gun (or cigar, maybe?) in Howard Dean's closet.

The day before the day before, I blogged about the fact that George H.W. Bush has awarded a major honour to one of his son's most bitter critics, Senator Edward M. Kennedy. I also had entries on American Social Hygiene Posters, Injured Iraq War Veterans Get Substandard Care, Marines Charged with POW Abuse and Hinterland Who's Who.

The day before that, I posted a couple of entries at Officially Unofficial. The first was about Boston Globe editorialist, H.D.S. Greenway's op-ed piece, "Will the US one day regret its post-9/11 excesses?" The second was about General Jerry Boykin's racist remarks concerning Islam.

The day before that, Officially Unofficial concerned an article by Naomi Klein. Writing in The Nation, Klein tells how Canada is attempting to implement a World Trade Organisation (WTO) initiative to get affordable AIDS-fighting drugs to Africa. The article is also carried in The Guardian.

The day before that, in Officially Unofficial, I blogged about Shirin Ebadi, The Iranian human rights activist who recently won the Nobel Peace Prize.

The day before that, Officially Unofficial had entries regarding the Guantanamo prisoners, Matt Welch's recent National Post article, Walter Cronkite slamming the US Patriot Act and the Vatican's claims that condoms do not prevent HIV.

The day before that, I posted several blog entries. One was about the unfortunate death of Canadian media mogul, Izzy Asper. Another concerned the criticism that Paul Martin is getting from oppostion MPs for acting too Prime Ministerial. The third was about Goeorge W. Bush's new blog. The fourth was about the defenstration of a couple of Moroccan schollboys.

The day before that, I didn't post a darn thing.

The day before that, I posted a 600 word article on the Perseus Blog survey that's making so much news.

Before that, I posted a blog about Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien and his remarks about decriminalized marijuana.

Before that, I blogged about the Ontario election and refered to an amusing cartoon by John Fewings. I also mentioned an excellent article on blog writing Dave Pollard's, How to Save the World.

Then, I blogged about an article in the Sydney Morning Herald on the war in Iraq. Some lively discussionis happening in the comments section.

The day before that, I blogged about the ongoing discussion happening in a previous post.

Before that one, I blogged about blogging. My blog entitled, Big Boys Buying Blogging Businesses, concerns the AlwaysOn Network and Weblogs, Inc.

Before that, I spouted off on Dick Cheney, war-profiteer. Maybe his lies will finally be exposed.

Earlier, I blogged on the Converse Loaded Weapon Controversy

An earlier Officially Unofficial blog concerns Adrienne Clarkson's trip. It also discusses the idea of neglected blog comments sections and how to draw attention to this often interesting content.

Then there was, Headscarf Issue Rearing its Ugly Head, dealing with the controversy concerning the wearing of the hijab by Muslim women in Europe.

You might also want to check out my blog for a couple of days ago entitled, No Questions to be Asked on Clarkson Trip. There are some comments happening there, too.

The comments are heating up on my blog entry entitled, US Soldier Kills Rare Tiger in Baghdad Zoo.

The BlogsCanada homepage underwent a redesign on October 20. The new page is actually a blog. The top entry will be changed frequently to reflect changes and additions in the Blogs Canada site. We've also added some new tools and resource sites to our resources section.


To reiterate the motive behind this post and this Blogger blog, this is one of a series of blog entries that are intended to shamelessly promote BlogsCanada by testing a theory floated in Jim Elve's blog, BlogsCanada: Officially Unofficial, entitled: "Blogger as Flogger". The theory is that a blog which exists for the sole purpose of plugging another blog can have a positive effect on the plugged blog's standing on search engines and in blogging ecosystem-type indices.

Wednesday, October 29, 2003

Blog Directory Growing Daily



Blogs Canada has added more new blogs to BlogsCanada's Directory of Canadian blogs over the past few days. There are over 6,760 blogs in our database.

Today, I posted something in Officially Unofficial about Sony pulling a Quebecois terrorism segment from a newly released video game.

Tuesday, I posted a blog on a Forbes.com feature on the marijuana industry entitled, "Marijuana - Canada's Top Agricultural Product"

Monday, I posted a blog entry in response to negative articles about the Canadian system of health care coming from California.

Friday, I blogged about blogging in the news. I mentioned the Evan Williams interview, Blogrunner and Weblogs, Inc. and how each are making news.

Thursday, I had a few small blog entries on US intelligence failures, a media ban on showing dead US soldiers returning from Iraq and the future of blogs.

The day before, I blogged on the recent incident that saw a US university student easily foil so-called tightened airport security and a huge effort that is apparently underway to find a smoking gun (or cigar, maybe?) in Howard Dean's closet.

The day before the day before, I blogged about the fact that George H.W. Bush has awarded a major honour to one of his son's most bitter critics, Senator Edward M. Kennedy. I also had entries on American Social Hygiene Posters, Injured Iraq War Veterans Get Substandard Care, Marines Charged with POW Abuse and Hinterland Who's Who.

The day before that, I posted a couple of entries at Officially Unofficial. The first was about Boston Globe editorialist, H.D.S. Greenway's op-ed piece, "Will the US one day regret its post-9/11 excesses?" The second was about General Jerry Boykin's racist remarks concerning Islam.

The day before that, Officially Unofficial concerned an article by Naomi Klein. Writing in The Nation, Klein tells how Canada is attempting to implement a World Trade Organisation (WTO) initiative to get affordable AIDS-fighting drugs to Africa. The article is also carried in The Guardian.

The day before that, in Officially Unofficial, I blogged about Shirin Ebadi, The Iranian human rights activist who recently won the Nobel Peace Prize.

The day before that, Officially Unofficial had entries regarding the Guantanamo prisoners, Matt Welch's recent National Post article, Walter Cronkite slamming the US Patriot Act and the Vatican's claims that condoms do not prevent HIV.

The day before that, I posted several blog entries. One was about the unfortunate death of Canadian media mogul, Izzy Asper. Another concerned the criticism that Paul Martin is getting from oppostion MPs for acting too Prime Ministerial. The third was about Goeorge W. Bush's new blog. The fourth was about the defenstration of a couple of Moroccan schollboys.

The day before that, I didn't post a darn thing.

The day before that, I posted a 600 word article on the Perseus Blog survey that's making so much news.

Before that, I posted a blog about Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien and his remarks about decriminalized marijuana.

Before that, I blogged about the Ontario election and refered to an amusing cartoon by John Fewings. I also mentioned an excellent article on blog writing Dave Pollard's, How to Save the World.

Then, I blogged about an article in the Sydney Morning Herald on the war in Iraq. Some lively discussionis happening in the comments section.

The day before that, I blogged about the ongoing discussion happening in a previous post.

Before that one, I blogged about blogging. My blog entitled, Big Boys Buying Blogging Businesses, concerns the AlwaysOn Network and Weblogs, Inc.

Before that, I spouted off on Dick Cheney, war-profiteer. Maybe his lies will finally be exposed.

Earlier, I blogged on the Converse Loaded Weapon Controversy

An earlier Officially Unofficial blog concerns Adrienne Clarkson's trip. It also discusses the idea of neglected blog comments sections and how to draw attention to this often interesting content.

Then there was, Headscarf Issue Rearing its Ugly Head, dealing with the controversy concerning the wearing of the hijab by Muslim women in Europe.

You might also want to check out my blog for a couple of days ago entitled, No Questions to be Asked on Clarkson Trip. There are some comments happening there, too.

The comments are heating up on my blog entry entitled, US Soldier Kills Rare Tiger in Baghdad Zoo.

The BlogsCanada homepage underwent a redesign on October 20. The new page is actually a blog. The top entry will be changed frequently to reflect changes and additions in the Blogs Canada site. We've also added some new tools and resource sites to our resources section.


To reiterate the motive behind this post and this Blogger blog, this is one of a series of blog entries that are intended to shamelessly promote BlogsCanada by testing a theory floated in Jim Elve's blog, BlogsCanada: Officially Unofficial, entitled: "Blogger as Flogger". The theory is that a blog which exists for the sole purpose of plugging another blog can have a positive effect on the plugged blog's standing on search engines and in blogging ecosystem-type indices.

Tuesday, October 28, 2003

Blog Directory Gets New Additions



We've added more new blogs to BlogsCanada's Directory of Canadian blogs over the past few days. There are over 6,760 blogs in our database.

Today, I posted a blog on a Forbes.com feature on the marijuana industry entitled, "Marijuana - Canada's Top Agricultural Product"

Monday, I posted a blog entry in response to negative articles about the Canadian system of health care coming from California.

Friday, I blogged about blogging in the news. I mentioned the Evan Williams interview, Blogrunner and Weblogs, Inc. and how each are making news.

Thursday, I had a few small blog entries on US intelligence failures, a media ban on showing dead US soldiers returning from Iraq and the future of blogs.

The day before, I blogged on the recent incident that saw a US university student easily foil so-called tightened airport security and a huge effort that is apparently underway to find a smoking gun (or cigar, maybe?) in Howard Dean's closet.

The day before the day before, I blogged about the fact that George H.W. Bush has awarded a major honour to one of his son's most bitter critics, Senator Edward M. Kennedy. I also had entries on American Social Hygiene Posters, Injured Iraq War Veterans Get Substandard Care, Marines Charged with POW Abuse and Hinterland Who's Who.

The day before that, I posted a couple of entries at Officially Unofficial. The first was about Boston Globe editorialist, H.D.S. Greenway's op-ed piece, "Will the US one day regret its post-9/11 excesses?" The second was about General Jerry Boykin's racist remarks concerning Islam.

The day before that, Officially Unofficial concerned an article by Naomi Klein. Writing in The Nation, Klein tells how Canada is attempting to implement a World Trade Organisation (WTO) initiative to get affordable AIDS-fighting drugs to Africa. The article is also carried in The Guardian.

The day before that, in Officially Unofficial, I blogged about Shirin Ebadi, The Iranian human rights activist who recently won the Nobel Peace Prize.

The day before that, Officially Unofficial had entries regarding the Guantanamo prisoners, Matt Welch's recent National Post article, Walter Cronkite slamming the US Patriot Act and the Vatican's claims that condoms do not prevent HIV.

The day before that, I posted several blog entries. One was about the unfortunate death of Canadian media mogul, Izzy Asper. Another concerned the criticism that Paul Martin is getting from oppostion MPs for acting too Prime Ministerial. The third was about Goeorge W. Bush's new blog. The fourth was about the defenstration of a couple of Moroccan schollboys.

The day before that, I didn't post a darn thing.

The day before that, I posted a 600 word article on the Perseus Blog survey that's making so much news.

Before that, I posted a blog about Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien and his remarks about decriminalized marijuana.

Before that, I blogged about the Ontario election and refered to an amusing cartoon by John Fewings. I also mentioned an excellent article on blog writing Dave Pollard's, How to Save the World.

Then, I blogged about an article in the Sydney Morning Herald on the war in Iraq. Some lively discussionis happening in the comments section.

The day before that, I blogged about the ongoing discussion happening in a previous post.

Before that one, I blogged about blogging. My blog entitled, Big Boys Buying Blogging Businesses, concerns the AlwaysOn Network and Weblogs, Inc.

Before that, I spouted off on Dick Cheney, war-profiteer. Maybe his lies will finally be exposed.

Earlier, I blogged on the Converse Loaded Weapon Controversy

An earlier Officially Unofficial blog concerns Adrienne Clarkson's trip. It also discusses the idea of neglected blog comments sections and how to draw attention to this often interesting content.

Then there was, Headscarf Issue Rearing its Ugly Head, dealing with the controversy concerning the wearing of the hijab by Muslim women in Europe.

You might also want to check out my blog for a couple of days ago entitled, No Questions to be Asked on Clarkson Trip. There are some comments happening there, too.

The comments are heating up on my blog entry entitled, US Soldier Kills Rare Tiger in Baghdad Zoo.

The BlogsCanada homepage underwent a redesign on October 20. The new page is actually a blog. The top entry will be changed frequently to reflect changes and additions in the Blogs Canada site. We've also added some new tools and resource sites to our resources section.


To reiterate the motive behind this post and this Blogger blog, this is one of a series of blog entries that are intended to shamelessly promote BlogsCanada by testing a theory floated in Jim Elve's blog, BlogsCanada: Officially Unofficial, entitled: "Blogger as Flogger". The theory is that a blog which exists for the sole purpose of plugging another blog can have a positive effect on the plugged blog's standing on search engines and in blogging ecosystem-type indices.

Monday, October 27, 2003

Canadian Blog List Gets Bigger Again



We've added more new blogs to BlogsCanada's Directory of Canadian blogs over the past few days. There are over 6,760 blogs in our database.

Today, I posted a blog entry in response to negative articles about the Canadian system of health care coming from California.

Friday, I blogged about blogging in the news. I mentioned the Evan Williams interview, Blogrunner and Weblogs, Inc. and how each are making news.

Thursday, I had a few small blog entries on US intelligence failures, a media ban on showing dead US soldiers returning from Iraq and the future of blogs.

The day before, I blogged on the recent incident that saw a US university student easily foil so-called tightened airport security and a huge effort that is apparently underway to find a smoking gun (or cigar, maybe?) in Howard Dean's closet.

The day before the day before, I blogged about the fact that George H.W. Bush has awarded a major honour to one of his son's most bitter critics, Senator Edward M. Kennedy. I also had entries on American Social Hygiene Posters, Injured Iraq War Veterans Get Substandard Care, Marines Charged with POW Abuse and Hinterland Who's Who.

The day before that, I posted a couple of entries at Officially Unofficial. The first was about Boston Globe editorialist, H.D.S. Greenway's op-ed piece, "Will the US one day regret its post-9/11 excesses?" The second was about General Jerry Boykin's racist remarks concerning Islam.

The day before that, Officially Unofficial concerned an article by Naomi Klein. Writing in The Nation, Klein tells how Canada is attempting to implement a World Trade Organisation (WTO) initiative to get affordable AIDS-fighting drugs to Africa. The article is also carried in The Guardian.

The day before that, in Officially Unofficial, I blogged about Shirin Ebadi, The Iranian human rights activist who recently won the Nobel Peace Prize.

The day before that, Officially Unofficial had entries regarding the Guantanamo prisoners, Matt Welch's recent National Post article, Walter Cronkite slamming the US Patriot Act and the Vatican's claims that condoms do not prevent HIV.

The day before that, I posted several blog entries. One was about the unfortunate death of Canadian media mogul, Izzy Asper. Another concerned the criticism that Paul Martin is getting from oppostion MPs for acting too Prime Ministerial. The third was about Goeorge W. Bush's new blog. The fourth was about the defenstration of a couple of Moroccan schollboys.

The day before that, I didn't post a darn thing.

The day before that, I posted a 600 word article on the Perseus Blog survey that's making so much news.

Before that, I posted a blog about Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien and his remarks about decriminalized marijuana.

Before that, I blogged about the Ontario election and refered to an amusing cartoon by John Fewings. I also mentioned an excellent article on blog writing Dave Pollard's, How to Save the World.

Then, I blogged about an article in the Sydney Morning Herald on the war in Iraq. Some lively discussionis happening in the comments section.

The day before that, I blogged about the ongoing discussion happening in a previous post.

Before that one, I blogged about blogging. My blog entitled, Big Boys Buying Blogging Businesses, concerns the AlwaysOn Network and Weblogs, Inc.

Before that, I spouted off on Dick Cheney, war-profiteer. Maybe his lies will finally be exposed.

Earlier, I blogged on the Converse Loaded Weapon Controversy

An earlier Officially Unofficial blog concerns Adrienne Clarkson's trip. It also discusses the idea of neglected blog comments sections and how to draw attention to this often interesting content.

Then there was, Headscarf Issue Rearing its Ugly Head, dealing with the controversy concerning the wearing of the hijab by Muslim women in Europe.

You might also want to check out my blog for a couple of days ago entitled, No Questions to be Asked on Clarkson Trip. There are some comments happening there, too.

The comments are heating up on my blog entry entitled, US Soldier Kills Rare Tiger in Baghdad Zoo.

The BlogsCanada homepage underwent a redesign on October 20. The new page is actually a blog. The top entry will be changed frequently to reflect changes and additions in the Blogs Canada site. We've also added some new tools and resource sites to our resources section.


To reiterate the motive behind this post and this Blogger blog, this is one of a series of blog entries that are intended to shamelessly promote BlogsCanada by testing a theory floated in Jim Elve's blog, BlogsCanada: Officially Unofficial, entitled: "Blogger as Flogger". The theory is that a blog which exists for the sole purpose of plugging another blog can have a positive effect on the plugged blog's standing on search engines and in blogging ecosystem-type indices.

Thursday, October 23, 2003

Blog Directory Growing Everyday



We have added more new blogs to BlogsCanada's Directory of Canadian blogs over the past few days. There are over 6,750 blogs in our database.

Today, I blogged about blogging in the news. I mentioned the Evan Williams interview, Blogrunner and Weblogs, Inc. and how each are making news.

Yesterday, I had a few small blog entries on US intelligence failures, a media ban on showing dead US soldiers returning from Iraq and the future of blogs.

The day before yesterday, I blogged on the recent incident that saw a US university student easily foil so-called tightened airport security and a huge effort that is apparently underway to find a smoking gun (or cigar, maybe?) in Howard Dean's closet.

The day before the day before yesterday, I blogged about the fact that George H.W. Bush has awarded a major honour to one of his son's most bitter critics, Senator Edward M. Kennedy. I also had entries on American Social Hygiene Posters, Injured Iraq War Veterans Get Substandard Care, Marines Charged with POW Abuse and Hinterland Who's Who.

The day before that, I posted a couple of entries at Officially Unofficial. The first was about Boston Globe editorialist, H.D.S. Greenway's op-ed piece, "Will the US one day regret its post-9/11 excesses?" The second was about General Jerry Boykin's racist remarks concerning Islam.

The day before that, Officially Unofficial concerned an article by Naomi Klein. Writing in The Nation, Klein tells how Canada is attempting to implement a World Trade Organisation (WTO) initiative to get affordable AIDS-fighting drugs to Africa. The article is also carried in The Guardian.

The day before that, in Officially Unofficial, I blogged about Shirin Ebadi, The Iranian human rights activist who recently won the Nobel Peace Prize.

The day before that, Officially Unofficial had entries regarding the Guantanamo prisoners, Matt Welch's recent National Post article, Walter Cronkite slamming the US Patriot Act and the Vatican's claims that condoms do not prevent HIV.

The day before that, I posted several blog entries. One was about the unfortunate death of Canadian media mogul, Izzy Asper. Another concerned the criticism that Paul Martin is getting from oppostion MPs for acting too Prime Ministerial. The third was about Goeorge W. Bush's new blog. The fourth was about the defenstration of a couple of Moroccan schollboys.

The day before that, I didn't post a darn thing.

The day before that, I posted a 600 word article on the Perseus Blog survey that's making so much news.

Before that, I posted a blog about Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien and his remarks about decriminalized marijuana.

Before that, I blogged about the Ontario election and refered to an amusing cartoon by John Fewings. I also mentioned an excellent article on blog writing Dave Pollard's, How to Save the World.

Then, I blogged about an article in the Sydney Morning Herald on the war in Iraq. Some lively discussionis happening in the comments section.

The day before that, I blogged about the ongoing discussion happening in a previous post.

Before that one, I blogged about blogging. My blog entitled, Big Boys Buying Blogging Businesses, concerns the AlwaysOn Network and Weblogs, Inc.

Before that, I spouted off on Dick Cheney, war-profiteer. Maybe his lies will finally be exposed.

Earlier, I blogged on the Converse Loaded Weapon Controversy

An earlier Officially Unofficial blog concerns Adrienne Clarkson's trip. It also discusses the idea of neglected blog comments sections and how to draw attention to this often interesting content.

Then there was, Headscarf Issue Rearing its Ugly Head, dealing with the controversy concerning the wearing of the hijab by Muslim women in Europe.

You might also want to check out my blog for a couple of days ago entitled, No Questions to be Asked on Clarkson Trip. There are some comments happening there, too.

The comments are heating up on my blog entry entitled, US Soldier Kills Rare Tiger in Baghdad Zoo.

The BlogsCanada homepage underwent a redesign on October 20. The new page is actually a blog. The top entry will be changed frequently to reflect changes and additions in the Blogs Canada site. We've also added some new tools and resource sites to our resources section.


To reiterate the motive behind this post and this Blogger blog, this is one of a series of blog entries that are intended to shamelessly promote BlogsCanada by testing a theory floated in Jim Elve's blog, BlogsCanada: Officially Unofficial, entitled: "Blogger as Flogger". The theory is that a blog which exists for the sole purpose of plugging another blog can have a positive effect on the plugged blog's standing on search engines and in blogging ecosystem-type indices.

Wednesday, October 22, 2003

Blog Directory Continues Growth



Again, we've added more new blogs to BlogsCanada's Directory of Canadian blogs over the past few days.

Today, I had a few small blog entries on US intelligence failures, a media ban on showing dead US soldiers returning from Iraq and the future of blogs.

Yesterday, I blogged on the recent incident that saw a US university student easily foil so-called tightened airport security and a huge effort that is apparently underway to find a smoking gun (or cigar, maybe?) in Howard Dean's closet.

The day before yesterday, I blogged about the fact that George H.W. Bush has awarded a major honour to one of his son's most bitter critics, Senator Edward M. Kennedy. I also had entries on American Social Hygiene Posters, Injured Iraq War Veterans Get Substandard Care, Marines Charged with POW Abuse and Hinterland Who's Who.

The day before the day before yesterday, I posted a couple of entries at Officially Unofficial. The first was about Boston Globe editorialist, H.D.S. Greenway's op-ed piece, "Will the US one day regret its post-9/11 excesses?" The second was about General Jerry Boykin's racist remarks concerning Islam.

The day before that, Officially Unofficial concerned an article by Naomi Klein. Writing in The Nation, Klein tells how Canada is attempting to implement a World Trade Organisation (WTO) initiative to get affordable AIDS-fighting drugs to Africa. The article is also carried in The Guardian.

The day before that, in Officially Unofficial, I blogged about Shirin Ebadi, The Iranian human rights activist who recently won the Nobel Peace Prize.

The day before that, Officially Unofficial had entries regarding the Guantanamo prisoners, Matt Welch's recent National Post article, Walter Cronkite slamming the US Patriot Act and the Vatican's claims that condoms do not prevent HIV.

The day before that, I posted several blog entries. One was about the unfortunate death of Canadian media mogul, Izzy Asper. Another concerned the criticism that Paul Martin is getting from oppostion MPs for acting too Prime Ministerial. The third was about Goeorge W. Bush's new blog. The fourth was about the defenstration of a couple of Moroccan schollboys.

The day before that, I didn't post a darn thing.

The day before that, I posted a 600 word article on the Perseus Blog survey that's making so much news.

Before that, I posted a blog about Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien and his remarks about decriminalized marijuana.

Before that, I blogged about the Ontario election and refered to an amusing cartoon by John Fewings. I also mentioned an excellent article on blog writing Dave Pollard's, How to Save the World.

Then, I blogged about an article in the Sydney Morning Herald on the war in Iraq. Some lively discussionis happening in the comments section.

The day before that, I blogged about the ongoing discussion happening in a previous post.

Before that one, I blogged about blogging. My blog entitled, Big Boys Buying Blogging Businesses, concerns the AlwaysOn Network and Weblogs, Inc.

Before that, I spouted off on Dick Cheney, war-profiteer. Maybe his lies will finally be exposed.

Earlier, I blogged on the Converse Loaded Weapon Controversy

An earlier Officially Unofficial blog concerns Adrienne Clarkson's trip. It also discusses the idea of neglected blog comments sections and how to draw attention to this often interesting content.

Then there was, Headscarf Issue Rearing its Ugly Head, dealing with the controversy concerning the wearing of the hijab by Muslim women in Europe.

You might also want to check out my blog for a couple of days ago entitled, No Questions to be Asked on Clarkson Trip. There are some comments happening there, too.

The comments are heating up on my blog entry entitled, US Soldier Kills Rare Tiger in Baghdad Zoo.

The BlogsCanada homepage underwent a redesign on October 20. The new page is actually a blog. The top entry will be changed frequently to reflect changes and additions in the Blogs Canada site. We've also added some new tools and resource sites to our resources section.


To reiterate the motive behind this post and this Blogger blog, this is one of a series of blog entries that are intended to shamelessly promote BlogsCanada by testing a theory floated in Jim Elve's blog, BlogsCanada: Officially Unofficial, entitled: "Blogger as Flogger". The theory is that a blog which exists for the sole purpose of plugging another blog can have a positive effect on the plugged blog's standing on search engines and in blogging ecosystem-type indices.

Tuesday, October 21, 2003

Canadian Blog Directory Continues to Grow



Again, we've added more new blogs to BlogsCanada's Directory of Canadian blogs over the past few days.

Today, I blogged on the recent incident that saw a US university student easily foil so-called tightened airport security and a huge effort that is apparently underway to find a smoking gun (or cigar, maybe?) in Howard Dean's closet.

Yesterday, I blogged about the fact that George H.W. Bush has awarded a major honour to one of his son's most bitter critics, Senator Edward M. Kennedy. I also had entries on American Social Hygiene Posters, Injured Iraq War Veterans Get Substandard Care, Marines Charged with POW Abuse and Hinterland Who's Who.

The day before yesterday, I posted a couple of entries at Officially Unofficial. The first was about Boston Globe editorialist, H.D.S. Greenway's op-ed piece, "Will the US one day regret its post-9/11 excesses?" The second was about General Jerry Boykin's racist remarks concerning Islam.

The day before the day before yesterday, Officially Unofficial concerned an article by Naomi Klein. Writing in The Nation, Klein tells how Canada is attempting to implement a World Trade Organisation (WTO) initiative to get affordable AIDS-fighting drugs to Africa. The article is also carried in The Guardian.

The day before that, in Officially Unofficial, I blogged about Shirin Ebadi, The Iranian human rights activist who recently won the Nobel Peace Prize.

The day before that, Officially Unofficial had entries regarding the Guantanamo prisoners, Matt Welch's recent National Post article, Walter Cronkite slamming the US Patriot Act and the Vatican's claims that condoms do not prevent HIV.

The day before that, I posted several blog entries. One was about the unfortunate death of Canadian media mogul, Izzy Asper. Another concerned the criticism that Paul Martin is getting from oppostion MPs for acting too Prime Ministerial. The third was about Goeorge W. Bush's new blog. The fourth was about the defenstration of a couple of Moroccan schollboys.

The day before that, I didn't post a darn thing.

The day before that, I posted a 600 word article on the Perseus Blog survey that's making so much news.

Before that, I posted a blog about Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien and his remarks about decriminalized marijuana.

Before that, I blogged about the Ontario election and refered to an amusing cartoon by John Fewings. I also mentioned an excellent article on blog writing Dave Pollard's, How to Save the World.

Then, I blogged about an article in the Sydney Morning Herald on the war in Iraq. Some lively discussionis happening in the comments section.

The day before that, I blogged about the ongoing discussion happening in a previous post.

Before that one, I blogged about blogging. My blog entitled, Big Boys Buying Blogging Businesses, concerns the AlwaysOn Network and Weblogs, Inc.

Before that, I spouted off on Dick Cheney, war-profiteer. Maybe his lies will finally be exposed.

Earlier, I blogged on the Converse Loaded Weapon Controversy

An earlier Officially Unofficial blog concerns Adrienne Clarkson's trip. It also discusses the idea of neglected blog comments sections and how to draw attention to this often interesting content.

Then there was, Headscarf Issue Rearing its Ugly Head, dealing with the controversy concerning the wearing of the hijab by Muslim women in Europe.

You might also want to check out my blog for a couple of days ago entitled, No Questions to be Asked on Clarkson Trip. There are some comments happening there, too.

The comments are heating up on my blog entry entitled, US Soldier Kills Rare Tiger in Baghdad Zoo.

The BlogsCanada homepage underwent a redesign on October 20. The new page is actually a blog. The top entry will be changed frequently to reflect changes and additions in the Blogs Canada site. We've also added some new tools and resource sites to our resources section.


To reiterate the motive behind this post and this Blogger blog, this is one of a series of blog entries that are intended to shamelessly promote BlogsCanada by testing a theory floated in Jim Elve's blog, BlogsCanada: Officially Unofficial, entitled: "Blogger as Flogger". The theory is that a blog which exists for the sole purpose of plugging another blog can have a positive effect on the plugged blog's standing on search engines and in blogging ecosystem-type indices.

Monday, October 20, 2003

Canada's Blog Site Homepage Gets Redesign



The BlogsCanada homepage has undergone a redesign. The new page is actually a blog. The top entry will be changed frequently to reflect changes and additions in the Blogs Canada site. We've also added some new tools and resource sites to our resources section.

We've added some more new blogs to BlogsCanada's Directory of Canadian blogs over the past few days.

Today, I blogged about the fact that George H.W. Bush has awarded a major honour to one of his son's most bitter critics, Senator Edward M. Kennedy.

Yesterday, I posted a couple of entries at Officially Unofficial. The first was about Boston Globe editorialist, H.D.S. Greenway's op-ed piece, "Will the US one day regret its post-9/11 excesses?" The second was about General Jerry Boykin's racist remarks concerning Islam.

The day before yesterday, Officially Unofficial concerned an article by Naomi Klein. Writing in The Nation, Klein tells how Canada is attempting to implement a World Trade Organisation (WTO) initiative to get affordable AIDS-fighting drugs to Africa. The article is also carried in The Guardian.

The day before the day before yesterday, in Officially Unofficial, I blogged about Shirin Ebadi, The Iranian human rights activist who recently won the Nobel Peace Prize.

The day before that, Officially Unofficial had entries regarding the Guantanamo prisoners, Matt Welch's recent National Post article, Walter Cronkite slamming the US Patriot Act and the Vatican's claims that condoms do not prevent HIV.

The day before that, I posted several blog entries. One was about the unfortunate death of Canadian media mogul, Izzy Asper. Another concerned the criticism that Paul Martin is getting from oppostion MPs for acting too Prime Ministerial. The third was about Goeorge W. Bush's new blog. The fourth was about the defenstration of a couple of Moroccan schollboys.

The day before that, I didn't post a darn thing.

The day before that, I posted a 600 word article on the Perseus Blog survey that's making so much news.

Before that, I posted a blog about Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien and his remarks about decriminalized marijuana.

Before that, I blogged about the Ontario election and refered to an amusing cartoon by John Fewings. I also mentioned an excellent article on blog writing Dave Pollard's, How to Save the World.

Then, I blogged about an article in the Sydney Morning Herald on the war in Iraq. Some lively discussionis happening in the comments section.

The day before that, I blogged about the ongoing discussion happening in a previous post.

Before that one, I blogged about blogging. My blog entitled, Big Boys Buying Blogging Businesses, concerns the AlwaysOn Network and Weblogs, Inc.

Before that, I spouted off on Dick Cheney, war-profiteer. Maybe his lies will finally be exposed.

Earlier, I blogged on the Converse Loaded Weapon Controversy

An earlier Officially Unofficial blog concerns Adrienne Clarkson's trip. It also discusses the idea of neglected blog comments sections and how to draw attention to this often interesting content.

Then there was, Headscarf Issue Rearing its Ugly Head, dealing with the controversy concerning the wearing of the hijab by Muslim women in Europe.

You might also want to check out my blog for a couple of days ago entitled, No Questions to be Asked on Clarkson Trip. There are some comments happening there, too.

The comments are heating up on my blog entry entitled, US Soldier Kills Rare Tiger in Baghdad Zoo.


To reiterate the motive behind this post and this Blogger blog, this is one of a series of blog entries that are intended to shamelessly promote BlogsCanada by testing a theory floated in Jim Elve's blog, BlogsCanada: Officially Unofficial, entitled: "Blogger as Flogger". The theory is that a blog which exists for the sole purpose of plugging another blog can have a positive effect on the plugged blog's standing on search engines and in blogging ecosystem-type indices.

Saturday, October 18, 2003

Canadian Blog Directory, Blogs Canada, Expanding



We've added some more new blogs to BlogsCanada's Directory of Canadian blogs over the past few days.

Today, I posted a couple of entries at Officially Unofficial. The first was about Boston Globe editorialist, H.D.S. Greenway's op-ed piece, "Will the US one day regret its post-9/11 excesses?" The second was about General Jerry Boykin's racist remarks concerning Islam.

Yesterday, Officially Unofficial concerned an article by Naomi Klein. Writing in The Nation, Klein tells how Canada is attempting to implement a World Trade Organisation (WTO) initiative to get affordable AIDS-fighting drugs to Africa. The article is also carried in The Guardian.

The day before yesterday, in Officially Unofficial, I blogged about Shirin Ebadi, The Iranian human rights activist who recently won the Nobel Peace Prize.

The day before that, Officially Unofficial had entries regarding the Guantanamo prisoners, Matt Welch's recent National Post article, Walter Cronkite slamming the US Patriot Act and the Vatican's claims that condoms do not prevent HIV.

The day before that, I posted several blog entries. One was about the unfortunate death of Canadian media mogul, Izzy Asper. Another concerned the criticism that Paul Martin is getting from oppostion MPs for acting too Prime Ministerial. The third was about Goeorge W. Bush's new blog. The fourth was about the defenstration of a couple of Moroccan schollboys.

The day before that, I didn't post a darn thing.

The day before that, I posted a 600 word article on the Perseus Blog survey that's making so much news.

Before that, I posted a blog about Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien and his remarks about decriminalized marijuana.

Before that, I blogged about the Ontario election and refered to an amusing cartoon by John Fewings. I also mentioned an excellent article on blog writing Dave Pollard's, How to Save the World.

Then, I blogged about an article in the Sydney Morning Herald on the war in Iraq. Some lively discussionis happening in the comments section.

The day before that, I blogged about the ongoing discussion happening in a previous post.

Before that one, I blogged about blogging. My blog entitled, Big Boys Buying Blogging Businesses, concerns the AlwaysOn Network and Weblogs, Inc.

Before that, I spouted off on Dick Cheney, war-profiteer. Maybe his lies will finally be exposed.

Earlier, I blogged on the Converse Loaded Weapon Controversy

An earlier Officially Unofficial blog concerns Adrienne Clarkson's trip. It also discusses the idea of neglected blog comments sections and how to draw attention to this often interesting content.

Then there was, Headscarf Issue Rearing its Ugly Head, dealing with the controversy concerning the wearing of the hijab by Muslim women in Europe.

You might also want to check out my blog for a couple of days ago entitled, No Questions to be Asked on Clarkson Trip. There are some comments happening there, too.

The comments are heating up on my blog entry entitled, US Soldier Kills Rare Tiger in Baghdad Zoo.


To reiterate the motive behind this post and this Blogger blog, this is one of a series of blog entries that are intended to shamelessly promote BlogsCanada by testing a theory floated in Jim Elve's blog, BlogsCanada: Officially Unofficial, entitled: "Blogger as Flogger". The theory is that a blog which exists for the sole purpose of plugging another blog can have a positive effect on the plugged blog's standing on search engines and in blogging ecosystem-type indices.

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