Friday, July 25, 2008

top 10 influentIAL BLOGS 2008

I thought I was good at finding interesting blogs on my own. When my good friend Janette Toral invited me again to identify this year's emerging influential blogs, I was amazed at the passion and brilliance of these bloggers.

Here are my top 10 picks:
I like a site that is friendly and contains images, "intelligent" cartoons among them. The site's creator is so generous that it allows you to use their toons on your own site or web-based newsletter.
Nice, clean layout. Easy to read. Humorous, observant. No pretensions to artsy writing. Miss Write writes what she preaches.
Topics are very down-to-earth. Things that wage-earners like the rest of us are concerned about - how to earn extra (online job searches). Very practical and helpful like your own mommy by proving links to sites that could help you make money and more importantly, managing your credit card debts.
I am a sucker for white backgrounds. Very easy on the eye. Effortless writing - this blogger. His tips on boiling eggs, for instance, is so fascinating.
Again, the pure-white backdrop. Very helpful tips on transportation, budget.
Intelligent commentaries on politics, national issues, Church, lifestyle. Without being preachy.
riveting exposures of the maladies in our society. Admirable lesson on a man's baring his soul and humbling himself in his quest for justice and recovering his savings.
Ideal reading for non-techies who are nonetheless interested in the Web, e-commerce, gadgets. Their tagline is very spot-on.
Good platform for promoting good governance.
At the end of the day, I want a really good laugh. Humor and wit best served in Tagalog.


Kevin Ray said...

Please do check out if is deserves to be in your list. Thanks! said...

Hi Ida. This is to mark your entry as complete. See you on August 11. Thank you for supporting this writing project.

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