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A Brief Blog Profile: The New Civil Rights Movement

The New Civil Rights Movement is an online news and opinion site of issues that affect the LGBT community.

A Brief Blog Profile: Adventurous Moms

Adventurous Moms follows the travels and adventures of moms, Jen and Kendra.

A Brief Blog Profile: LGBTQ Nation

LGBTQ Nation reports on “issues relevant to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community.”

Brief Blog Profile: Uncrate

You know you’ve got a good guy blog when it receives the husband’s stamp of approval.

ProfNet Expert Spotlight: Animal Trainer Barbara Heidenreich

In this expert spotlight, we feature animal trainer Barbara Heidenreich....

A Brief Blog Profile: Primer

Primer is a “guy’s post-college guide to growing up.”

A Brief Blog Profile: The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness says it’s “reviving the lost art of manliness.”

A Brief Blog Profile: The Best Life

The Best Life is a blog of publishing icon Men’s Health magazine.

A Brief Blog Profile: Gossip in the Garden

Gossip in the Garden features “harmony in the garden’s chattier side.”

A Brief Blog Profile: GardenRant

GardenRant is the work of a handful of “highly opinionated gardeners.”

A Brief Blog Profile: A Way to Garden

A Way to Garden is the “latest horticultural incarnation” of Margaret Roach.

A Brief Blog Profile: Danger Garden

Danger Garden warns readers to be “careful, you could poke an eye out.”

A Brief Blog Profile: You Grow Girl

You Grow Girl presents “gardening for the people.”

Five Reasons to Attend a Blogging Conference

Blogging conferences are an excellent resource for new and veteran bloggers.

A Brief Blog Profile: Kiss My Aster

Kiss My Aster is “like sassy, but for gardening.”

A Brief Blog Profile: OhGizmo!

OhGizmo! is a geek-facing blog that covers culture and “absurd inventions.”

Grammar Hammer: A Flair for Flare?

Flair/Flare is one of my favorite homophones.

Brief Blog Profile: How-To Geek

How-To Geek is a site “for geeks, created by geeks.”

A Brief Blog Profile: TechCrunch

Let’s talk about TechCrunch.

A Brief Blog Profile: Gigaom

Gigaom came highly recommended by a couple of colleagues....

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