Clean Up

Cleaned up my blogroll and deleted all the blogs that I just don’t get to regularly. My blogroll doesn’t neccessarily serve as a “read this” list, but an “I read this” list. I also added a bunch that I’ve been swinging over to more recently. A couple of these – Echidne of the Snakes and Bitch Ph.D. – were a long time overdue, and I’m sure that most of my regular readers are familiar with them.

I’ve also added the LJ Feminist Forum. Where are the all the women bloggers? Well, there’s a shitload of people on LJ who don’t get any props, either.

Finally, I decided to add a couple of guys who I keep up with regularly but never added to the blogroll. They’re more personal blogs written by liberal-leaning twenty-somethings, and they don’t update very often, but if I keep going over there all the time, it’s dumb not to add them to my bloglist.

Brendan of These Days is a pschology major living in Brooklyn (in addition to being a fanatic sports fan, he’s also done some intern work with NOW, as I recall), and Simon Owens is an English major at Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania and a slipstream writer. He’s got a link portal called LitHaven that showcases great speculative fiction/slipstream stories and articles.

Finally, I’ve added Jason Kuznicki, a history graduate student, an atheist, and a libertarian. His site, Positive Liberty, has got some cool stuff up worth thinking about.

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