SEB Blogroll

Blogs I Frequent
***Dave Does the Blog
8 Ways to SundayAnne’s Id & Ego
Blog a la GoatOnFire
Boing Boing
Brooks Blog
Capitalist Pig vs. Socialist Swine
Cherry Chik’s Place
Cindyisms
DJ Pickle’s Party Penguin Place
Dave’s Chalkboard
Decrepit Old Fool
Detroit Funk
Dispatches from the Culture Wars
Distant, Early Morning
Etherian’s Island
Jinxed Minx
John P. Hoke’s Asylum
Momma’s Corner
Neil Gaiman’s Journal
Neil’s World
No More Mr. Nice Guy!
Notes From A Darkened Room
pesky’apostrophe
Pharyngula
Pickle Juice
reedmaniac.com
Rippleweb
Sarcenet.org – Shana in Japan
SoapBoxBlog
Solonor’s Ink Well
TekWh0re
The Gamer’s Nook
The Raving Atheist
TooMuchSexy.blog
Translator’s Note
Unscrewing The Inscrutable
Techy Goodness
Engadget
Gizmodo
Joystiq
Modern Jackass
MozillaZine

15 thoughts on “SEB Blogroll

  1. Go Fish is now pesky apostrophe. I see you have both there. She fucking kicks ass by the way.

    Other than that, it looks good. My blogroll is getting long enough that I either need to shorten it, or put it in a drawer like you’re doing.

  2. Whoops! Forgot I hadn’t removed her old link yet. I’ll go do that now. This is just a partial list as I’m still moving stuff from my old Blogrolling.com list to my Bloglines.com folder.

    There’s a lot of stuff I’ve not read in awhile for one reason or another so I’m weeding stuff out as I go. The only complaint I have with Bloglines is it doesn’t show you when someone last updated, but that’s a minor quibble as that’s mainly only of interest to me.

  3. Double dipping thanks to BRENT!

    DUDE! YOU’RE RIGHT FRIGGIN’ THERE!!!!! WTF UP WIT DAT?!?! LOL!!!1!!!!

    cheese

  4. What I really meant to say was, what *two* people do I have to off to get on here *twice*.

    Yeah, that’s the ticket.  tongue laugh

  5. Sorry to post this here. Hey Brent. I checked out your blog only to find that the left and right columns cover most of the middle column. So I can only read posts that are below your sidebars. Weird. Anyone else? Of course, you might not care if us Mac Safari users can read it.

  6. Brooks: Hmnn. . .  I tested it thoroughly on every browser configuration—except Safari. The Mac user I tested with used Firefox and it looked fine.

    I’ll see what I can do to get it to look better on Safari, however I always suggest to my OSX-using students that they download and use Firefox instead. Safari is not supported by the online-education software my university uses. Neither is Firefox, but it works flawlessly anyway.

    Sorry about that!

  7. I would use Firefox if there was an easy way to get all of my bookmarks over to it. Likewise for Thunderbird and Apple Mail.

    *** Dave = Cheater!

  8. That was my concern – that it wouldn’t show newly updated blogs.  I wonder if there are any plans to upgrade that.

  9. Mac, there may be, but I haven’t checked on it only because I’ve been using Bloglines to keep track of these blogs anyway and when I go to Bloglines I see if they’re updated or not.

    I think you could drop them an email and ask, though.

  10. Brooks: Voila! The free Safari Bookmarks Extractor for Mozilla Firefox can be downloaded and installed from the above link.

    The SBE basically parses the XML file that Safari uses for bookmarks into a plain HTML file. Then, in Firefox (assuming that you have installed it at this point), you would click Bookmarks > Manage Bookmarks, then File > Import, and selected the new html file. It only takes a second or two for your old bookmarks in Safari to be installed in to Firefox. Apparently youy will end up with an identical Bookmar bar and an identical set of Bookmarks off the Bookmarks menu in Firefox.

    You must make sure that you are using the most recent version of Firefox, 0.9.1 I believe, because there were some bugs with the 0.8.0 version with OSX that have been fixed in the latest releases.

    From what I’ve read, you must go into Safari and set Firefox as your default browser (if you decide to switch, that is). Weird.

    As for the basic problem, that my page looks like ass in safari, I am in the process of rewriting it from scratch to be 100% compliant. I think that the problem is that Safari is very, very strict with regard to the standards, whereas Firefox, IE, Netscape, etc. are much more forgiving of badly-written, non-compliant HTML, XHTML, and CSS (like mine).

    Thanks again for the heads-up.

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  11. If you’d like to do to your blogroll what I did to mine (cascading RSS feeds integrated for every blog, viewable on anything but IE), let me know.  I’ll gladly hook you up with the PHP code and pieces.

    (It’s all the stuff in my right-hand bar on the front page of my blog.)

    D

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