Hallandale Beach Blog -A common sense public policy overview offering a critical perspective on the current events, politics, govt., public policy, sports scene and pop culture of the U.S., South Florida and Europe, especially the UK and Sweden. In particular, Broward & Miami-Dade County, and the cities of Hallandale Beach, Hollywood & Aventura. Trust me when I tell you, this part of Florida is NOT the Land of Lincoln. Pictured in upper-left is Hallandale Beach's iconic beachball-colored Water Tower on State Road A1A; September 2008 photo by me, South Beach Hoosier. © 2013 Hallandale Beach Blog, All Rights Reserved.

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

When Your Blog Roll and Media List Has a Life of Its Own...

Because of some recurring problems I've been having
with Blogger.com the past week Hallandale Beach
Blog's Indispensible Blog Roll and Media List has,
of its own volition, decided to migrate towards the
middle of the front page from its side-pocket position.

Of hiding in plain sight, so to speak, perhaps to tempt
you to click some blog or website you've heard of
before but never seen for yourself, like the fabulous
WireImage.com, where I have both the main website,
webpage that directly connects you to all the
WireImage photos with a connection to Miami
and South Florida, usually but not always, at
-shocker!-South Beach.


Then there's IU grad Mark Cuban's always
fascinating Blog Maverick site.
(I highly recommend his recent post,
FireTrucks, the Internet and Life and Death

The great photos and topics at David Patrick
Columbia's New York Social Diary never
fail to satisfy -especially his insanely great photos
of New York after a big snow storm!-
always something worthwhile that strikes my
fancy and makes me think deeply at the blog
of defense and international
security author Thomas P.M. Barnett,
whom I first discovered years ago on C-SPAN,
and whose books are both prescient and amazing!

And you really can't consider yourself
well-informed about what's going on in
South Florida if you haven't read Miam's
own Eye on Miami before you leave
the house in the morning,
as it justly earned its rep as the most
consistently prescient and spot-on
blog in all of South Florida, even when
you disagree with them about a particular
issue.

There's something for everyone.

I'm trying to fix that logistics problem
but it may take a few days to unscramble,
so the blog may appear a little more
unwieldy in the interim.

Until then, to better read my daily posts
more clearly and without any bleeding
from other fields and graphics,
I suggest clicking the category header
marked Blog Archive, the third text
field down from the top.

Sorry about the confusion!

-Dave
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HALLANDALE BEACH BLOG'S INDISPENSIBLE BLOG ROLL & MEDIA LIST


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