Friday, April 04, 2008

Here’s a List of Links I Like

Links I Liked

Since I regularly browse the internet and read a dozen or more blogs, articles and RSS feeds each week, I thought that I’d cull some of the best or most interesting ones to share them with my fellow readers, writers, teachers and foreign language learners. These readings tend to be on a wide range of topics and styles from academic to humorous and educational or non-fiction, but each one nonetheless, provides its own value to thinking people and professionals from many different walks of life.

Photo: A stone-carved Olmec Head in Xalapa, Mexico

Here’s what’s current on my list:
Helen's musings on life etc. by means of her online blog journal
Internet Marketing Sweetie information for women in business
Daily Writing, English Grammar and Punctuation tips This is a good site to pick up some tips and interesting information on English language grammar, punctuation, spelling and word origins.
The World as Seen by a TV Comedy Writer
If you’re at all familiar with American TV sitcoms (comedies) you’ll enjoy some of the background this writer provides online.
The Peanut Gallery (definition: A group of people whose opinions are considered to be unimportant) Humorous views, opinions and ideas
Being a writer in Canada challenging, says Richards
Do you want to know what being a writer is like? Then check out this page
Interest in Hunting, Fishing and Outdoors is Dropping …
Why do you think fewer and fewer people are developing an interest in the outdoors and outdoor activities such as fishing, hunting, hiking and others? One opinion is here for you to read.
How to Do Just About Everything
If you want clear, simple instructions on how to do a huge variety of everyday tasks from tying a tie to making an apple pie, then this is the site for you.
Article Writing and Article Marketing by Jeff Herring, a writer with hundreds of free articles posted online
From Imp to Imp
Blog site with a cute little “story poem” you might enjoy.
5 steps to managing a blog writer’s workflow
Ragnar111’s Weblog updates ancient wisdom with the help of the laws of Quantum Physics

Feel free to check out any or all of the links that may interest you. Each month a new series of links that I’ve scoured from the internet will be posted for your information and perusal. If you run across any interesting links you particularly like or enjoy during your own online surfing, please feel free to let me know too.

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