Showing posts with label web. Show all posts
Showing posts with label web. Show all posts

Wednesday, 27 March 2013


by Colin Bloom

Last week I linked to some blogs that I follow.

Today I am happy to mention three more:

The first is Danny Webster's adventure into faith and failure - 'broken cameras and gustav klimt'. Danny is an excellent writer, and has lovely view on things.

The second has multiple authors, some known to me - Platform10 it is a liberal conservative blog. I don't always agree with it but the articles are thought provoking.

Finally the third leg of this trilogy is - Cigar Aficionado - it's a Cigarillo compared to the magazine which is the full Double Corona - but an interesting read. Consider it GQ without the pouting supermodels.

Thursday, 21 March 2013


The wonderful thing about the Web is that there is a blog for everyone. If you like banana flavoured hairspray  - you'll probably find a blog about it.

Here are some Blogs I follow:

The first is called Dog Fouling and Red Rubber bands and I know (sort of) the chap that runs it. All I can say is that it is forum for people who are disgusted by people who don't clear up after their dogs' calls of nature, and Postal Workers who drop red elastic bands on the pavement.

The second is called God and Politics - it does exactly what it says on the tin - it is a much better site than mine, and the guy that runs it is a jolly decent chap. If you look at only one blog - check this one out.

The final instalmant of the day is Raedwald  - this blog first came to my attention when I was a candidate in Erith & Thamesmead. It's a good read.

So there you have it - three blogs that I read but don't always agree with. That is, I guess, the beauty of blogging.