February 04, 2005
Boatloads of new blogs

Lots of new Texas blogs popping up lately. I've already mentioned Pink Dome, which won my personal snarky post of the week award on Monday, and now it's been joined by the similarly-named In The Pink Texas, written by "professionally trained journalist gone bad" Eileen Smith and set for a Monday debut (via Roman Candles.)

Branching out from his perch at the Burnt Orange Report is Jim Dallas, blogging as Texas Yojimbo, which should not be confused with Usagi Yojimbo, though there are certainly worse things with which to be confused.

DeLayWatch From The District will be keeping a close eye on everyone's favorite unethical Congressman from Sugar Land.

Save Texas Reps has been repurposed into a regular blog, and asks why is it that Mike Krusee and Rick Perry want to eliminate the requirement that the executive director of the Department of Transportation be a registered professional engineer in Texas.

I've mentioned Clean Up Texas Politics before but failed to mention that they have a blog, too.

I also should have mentioned before now that Steve Casburn has a second blog, called Walking? In Houston?. Better late than never.

Texas Blogs is a group blog that anyone who is a Texas blogger can join. Scott wonders why no one from Houston as done so yet.

Last but not least is the non-Texas blog The Next Left which among other things has a question for Angela Jolie.

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Posted by Charles Kuffner on February 04, 2005 to Blog stuff | TrackBack

Thanks for pointing these out. In particular, Texas Blogs. I may have to join up with that, though I see there's already a few other San Antonians there.

Posted by: P.M.Bryant on February 4, 2005 1:28 PM

I was hoping submit a link to my Texan blog about writing advertising copy and career searching. I guess this will do as well as any other (unless there's a no-follow command, of course). Keep up the great work!

Posted by: George M on December 18, 2005 12:10 PM