This is not a weblog. Nu-uh.
This is just a place for me to jot down some random thoughts and reactions to the news so I don't have to yell at the television or radio, or mutter to myself whilst reading the news.
Linkse Gedachten (in Dutch)
I support the Pacific
Northwest tree octopus!
Leftist parties of the world
Marxist thought internet archive
The blogging vanguard
Ruthless criticism of all that exists, except for the good bits. By Phil Edwards.
Adventures in Historical Materialism
Snowball's blog looks at the history of Marxist struggle.
Intelligent discontent is the mainspring of civilization. -- Eugene V. Debs
A journal of assorted leftwingery with a decided preference for discussing how the late Christopher Hitchens is a twat
Dead Men Left
James is active in the RESPECT coalition, but don't hold it against him
The Early Days of a Better Nation
By Ken MacLeod, socialistic science fiction writer.
A few words before we go
By Justin Horton, surviving in a hostile world.
Tagebuch aus der kapitalistischen Knochenmühle.
Not just another scummie student commie's blog. By Ed Rooksby.
Jews sans Frontieres
Mark Elf's anti-zionist blog.
Left I on the News
A leftwing view of the day's news and the way it's represented in the media. By Eli.
Erudite English SWP supporter.
A New Morning
German/English socialist leaning blog.
by Alister Black, Scottish socialist. Writes mainly about local issues.
Keep on Blogging in the free world.
The Sharp Side
Erudite, very readable blog by Ellis Sharp
A computer generated, left-wing hedgehog's views on the world and the war.
Take it as Red
Thoughts from an ex-pat SWPer.
By Louis Proyect, veteran Marxist
Two-fisted comics commentary and criticism!
Mike Sterling's unabashed comics blog.
In which Reinder Dijkhuis, Adam Cuerden, Timm Brand, Geir Strom and Jeroen Jager talk about comics, music, politics and the impending apocalypse.
Science fiction and fandom
David Langford's near legendary fanzine and website.
By science fiction writer, technogeek and old style UK liberal Charlie Stross.
An editor of science fiction anthologies, Kathryn writes intelligently about sf and other stuff.
Teresa and Patrick Nielsen Hayden's blog embodies the best of fandom.
More Words, Deeper Hole
James Nicoll's livejournal
Excellent science/science fiction/fandom/tech orientated blog.
Science and technology
A science orientated weblog by Tim Lambert.
Incredibly cool site about the history of space travel, with lots of info about
the various space programs. Recommended for all spacenuts.
A blog of biology and bioscience, written by Carl Zimmer.
On evolutionary theory and the fight against the intelligent design loons
Science, politics and the intersection between them. By PZ Myers.
A commentary site on climate science by working climate scientists.
All the rest
By Mitch Wagner, computer journalist and sf fan. Good on tech news and internet issues.
Technology, comics and other stuff by Branko.
Written by Dorothea, this is an exuberant mix of geekery, personal issues and sharp observations.
The liberal answer to Instapundit?
Frothing at the Mouth
Greg Morrow is a comics, RPG and science fiction fan as well as very smart.
Written by games designer/sf writer Greg Costikyan, focuses on what it says in the title.
A blog about globalisation. By General Glut.
a blog about the London Underground.
Halfway Down the Danube
Our exciting life in the Balkans.
Hip Hop Music Dot Com
Where hip hop blogs. by Jay.
Joel on Software
As the title indicates Joel writes about good software producing practises.
Komma Punt Log
Briljant en bescheiden. In Dutch.
Long Story; Short Pier
Kip is back, erudite and wellspoken as ever.
An excellent weblog about lots of things.
By Tom Coates. A very bright, clearly written weblog.
What is really happening in Iraq.
Shadow of the Hegemon
Written by returned from the death Greek demagogue Demosthenes so is very eloquent.
Avedon makes me think. Her weblog revolves around US politics.
An American blogger in Amsterdam.
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