Blog Log: The week in local blogging

Hey bloggers, feed us! We know it’s getting warmer outside (though as Outside Clyde found out, not without a last swipe by winter), but we need you firmly at your keyboards filling our information addiction.

Like the 17-year cicadas over at Scrutiny Hooligans, bloggers’ levels of distractions seem to be reaching a threatening (but probably healthy) level, driving them out into the air.

For instance, this note from Shadmarsh at Nice Marmot, who should probably be careful of chiggers. And Pancho at Pancho’s Via has been pushing to get the new Sirius B CD out.

Petulant Rumblings is dressing to impress (and you’re not) while Stupidmommy is actually getting (way) out of town.

Sigh. Well at least the internet got its mitts on one person over at Sophie Seriously .
And a good thing too. We think this internet thing may actually go somewhere, while print may be … well there’s still a few uses for print.

And hey bloggers, whlie you’re out there, report back please. Hendersonville Epicurean has set up a place for your restaurant reviews.

Brian Postelle, staff writer


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  1. Thanks for the links Brian.

    For the gardeners or the plant geeks out there, OutsideClyde serves up a botanical dish from the beautiful forests of fields of WNC almost daily. It can also be used as a portal to many of the wonderful souls who make up the garden blogosphere.

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