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Blog roll
(Including links to non-blog Web sites)

Click on the category titles to go to the respective blog pages.


Baseball blogs

General sports blogs

List updated: 28 Apr 2010

Baseball sites

Reference, etc.
Minor Leagues
Baseball politics
Team / fan Web sites

List updated: 07 Oct 2009


Blog roll (partial)

(Former) Regular reads:
Blogs I should read:
Virginia blogs (active):


List updated: 08 Jun 2012

Political Web sites

Political humor


List updated: 22 Feb 2007

News links

Radio and TV
News Web sites


List updated: 29 Jun 2007

Latin America

Latin America blogs:


List updated: 29 Feb 2008

Latin America links

Info, resources

List updated: 22 Feb 2007


Military / war blogs:


List updated: 22 Feb 2007

Military Web sites


List updated: 22 Feb 2007

Wild birds

Birding Web sites:

Reciprocal links:


List updated: 09 Feb 2011

Conservation links


List updated: 25 Feb 2008

My blog practices

My general practice is to make no more than one blog post per day on any one category. For this reason, some blog posts may address more than one specific issue, as indicated by separate headings. If something important happens during the day after I make a blog post, I may add an updated paragraph or section to it, using the word "UPDATE" and sometimes a horizontal rule to distinguish the new material from the original material. For each successive day, blog posts are listed on the central blog page (which brings together all topics) from top to bottom in the following (reverse alphabetical) order, which may differ from the order in which the posts were originally made:

  1. Wild birds (LAST)
  2. War
  3. Science & Technology *
  4. Politics
  5. Latin America
  6. Culture & Travel *
  7. Canaries ("Home birds")
  8. Baseball (FIRST)

* part of "Macintosh & Miscellanous" until Feb. 2007

The date of each blog post refers to when the bulk of it was written, in the Eastern Time Zone. For each blog post, the time and date of the original posting (or the last update or comment thereupon) is displayed on the individual archival blog post page that appears (just before the comments section) when you click the [LINK / comments] link next to the date. Non-trivial corrections and clarifications to original blog entries are indicated by the use of [brackets] and/or strikethroughs, as appropriate so as to accurately convey both the factual truth and my original representation of it. Nobody's perfect, but I strive for continual improvement. That is also why some of the nature photos that appear on the archive pages may differ from the (inferior) ones that were originally posted.

The current "home made" blog organization system that I created, featuring real permalinks, was instituted on November 1, 2004. Prior to that date, blog posts were handled inconsistently, and for that reason the pre-2005 archives pages are something of a mess. Furthermore, my blogging prior to June 1, 2004 was often sporadic in terms of frequency.

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