A Blogopticon of the Wide World of Blogs

Vanity Fair’s Blogopticon

(Click Image Above for the Blogopticon with Clickable Links)

Vanity Fair has put together this very handy grid of some of the world’s major blogs, which are arranged by news reporting (the Y-axis) and opinion (and juicy gossip) (the X-axis). The chart has extremely useful clickable icons, which link directly to the featured sites.

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My Articles for Wednesday, September 19, 2007

“Picture of the Day: Pandora’s Box Always Holds Hope.” A colorful picture to remind us that even in the worst of times, we can find sources of support and hope.

[tags: blogs, myth, hope, Pandora]

I have already pointed out on my own blog what I believe to be the intentionally venomous effects of Matt Drudge’s so-called corrupt reporting at The Drudge Report. In a Time Magazine posting today, Joe Klein agrees and asserts that Drudge is absolutely shameless about distorting news and misleading his readers.

[tags: blogs, Matt Drudge, The Drudge Report, news, distorted news, politics, celebrities]

See the Rest of My Artcles at Blue Dot

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