Ever since Blogrolling went toes up, I haven't bothered to manually create a blogroll because, well, manual. Anyone out there got a good substitute for blogrolling? If not, I suppose I can suck it up and create one, but I'm pretty lazy and would rather have someone else do the work. Just an FYI.
Update: Okay, I have some code for a scrolling blogroll, which I will hand code. Time to go to work. I guess. Or, you know, there's beer in the fridge. Decisions, decisions, decis- ah, who am I kidding? Time for a tall, frosty adult beverage.
It only took me 18 days to notice that our beloved Blog Mistress was back in action. Sigh. Hopefully she won't revoke my ability to post comments if I promise to be good?
Well, Andrea Harris caught me off guard this time. She usually moves on 12/31-1/01 each year. This time, she decided to move in the middle of June. Turns out that she's resurrected Spleenville HQ, so be sure to update your linky things.
You can run Andrea, but you can't hide.
Since the arrival of my 3rd child has reduced my blogging to next to nothing, I was surprised to find that the number of visitors had climbed a bit today. So I went to my referrer logs and found this site. Kind of cool, but do not click on the Chick of the Day link if you're at work. Consider this your only warning.
Rosemary has new digs, which was good to find out. I was wondering where she had gone and now I know.
Thanks to docweasel for the update.
I've been reading Dr. Helen for a long time. It never occurred to me that I had not added her to my blogroll. It probably occurred to long time readers of this humble blog because, as I might have mentioned, I'm a moron. Anyway, consider the situation rectified
Still months away, but I wanted to take this time to wish Kim and Mrs. du Toit a fond blog farewell. They've both been a pleasure to read all these years and, while I'll miss their input, I wish them both good fortune and happiness in their respective blog retirements.
Readers of this humble blog are aware of my dimwitted approach to adding people to my blogroll, wherein I've read someone's stuff for so long that Firefox and IE auto-complete the URL but somehow never noticed that I hadn't managed to actually, umm, add him/her to the blogroll. Case in point: Kathy Shaidle.
I was certain that I'd added her to my blogroll long ago. Apparently, I'm borderline retarded. Anyway, consider that problem rectified.
Okay, it isn't a duty, but rather a pleasure. As it turns out Steve at Hog On Ice has released a new version of Eat What You Want and Die Like a Man, complete with a new cover and more artery clogging goodness. Since I already own a copy of the first version, I might as well ad the second one to my bookshelf. You should, too.
I guess that I need to update my sidebar ad and replace the old cookbook image and link with the new one. It's long overdue because I believe that the first version has been out of print for a while.
Sue me. My life is very busy.
Anyway, Steve has been relegated to a place of insignificance and obscurity, better known as the sidebar on my blog. I'll leave the ad up until or unless he puts out a 3rd edition. Here's the 2nd ed. cover:
Update: Looks like the endorsements are already rolling in.
And I thought I got around the blogosphere just fine. It's now apparent that I need someone else's hands to find my own bottom. How else can to explain that I had never stumbled onto Cassy Fiano's blog before? Sure, it's well known to readers of this humble blog that I usually forget to add someone to my blogroll, even people I read all the time. Type the first couple letters in the address bar, browser fills in the rest and away we go. Eventually, I figure out that the time I spend every day slamming my head in a car door is time probably not well spent. Anyway. Bang, zoom, into the blogroll with ye.