Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Digesting liberty

Has the immensity of the blogosphere -- particularly the liberty-oriented blogosphere -- got you down?

This seems as good a time as any to mention two great resources for those days when you just don't have enough time to survey all of your favorite blogs and websites yourself.

The first is Tom Ender's wonderful Ender's Review, a weekly digest of what Tom thinks were the best freedom-related articles, essays, postings, photos, humor, etc. from the prior week. I've made it a habit to check Tom's list every single Monday, because he so often finds the greatest stuff in the Web's smallest nooks and crannies.

The second resource is brand spankin' new. It's called LibertyFilter.com, and it browses all the essential liberty-related blogs (including this one), pulling all the RSS and ATOM feeds together into one spot. It's the brainchild of "Tim Osman," and it's handy as hell. Give it a look.


At 4:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

So Ender's Review will be getting a spot in your "Indispensable Resources" category?

More seriously, that was a very nice birthday gift you gave Tom!

At 6:04 AM, Blogger Doc said...

Glad to make your acquaintance - request permission to add you to the zone. I have some writing that may fit well with the pamphlet idea: i was kicking around a T. Payne essay, but found no science/math slant - we shall talk.

In looking over things - i came to the exact opposite conclusion as you based on the same information - i have chosen to run for local office county commissioner and get the word howdt out. Somehow science needs to be elevated to a voice of reason and since Carl Sagan, there really hasn't been any science on the political stage. In the media circus that we watch today, productive value added to the system only extends the lifetime of the system.

Locally, we have two BTs running things ala GWB. All politics is local and the population here is so poor (in a NR state no less) that we need to break a voice into the public that calls bullshit to their bullshit. Lots of local wisdom that PTB has shat on. So since i feel sabotaged by the events of this decade and have a worthwhile goal in mind - I see myself as a lead character Doctor Lemme Howdt in the reality show Commissioner Dan's Flying Political Circus. Meeting's on Wednesday morning.

Thus Get howdt at http://howdt2.blogspot.com is political and The Zone is semi-serious philosophy, poetry and thought.


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