It’s sometime around ‘Blogroll Amnesty Day’ (or close enough), which has prompted me to do something about my blogroll, which I’ve let get a bit moribund. Recently, whenever I’ve come across a new geoblog, I’ve added it to the ‘allgeo’ feed, but not added a permanent link on my sidebar. Partly this has been laziness, but partly it’s because adding them all would make a very long list nowadays. The amnesty has finally inspired me to implement my solution: a couple of rotating lists, which display a random subset of the blogs I aggregate, and refreshes with each reload.
Hopefully that’s getting into the spirit of things, at least. If you think your blog, or one you read, needs to be added, let me know in the comments.
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