DC Blogs Noted


Need to read something restorative this morning? Blonder Than You gives us “In My Mind Her Name was Faith.”

The Year of Giving is a blog that chronicles the author’s personal goal of giving $10 to a different person every day for a year.

My goal is not to change the lives of those with whom I come in contact. Let’s face it, $10 dollars is not going to change someone’s life in and of itself. I do believe, however, that the act of giving will hopefully inspire others to pursue the ideals that the French philosopher Auguste Comte envisioned when he coined the term “altruism.”

On Day 66 he met Nikki G.

Always a Drunk, Never a Bride has a regular series, “People Who Rock, People Who Suck.” It requires one to be current on pop culture for maximum enjoyment, but it’s always a blast.

Flack Rabbit thinks that “Your blog needs a content disclaimer [and] a privacy policy.”

It wasn’t a boom-box held aloft outside of her window, but for one of the über-anonymous bloggers at K Street Confidential, the gesture was grand but not too successful.

The Proudfeet and We Love DC are both participating in that grand winter spectacle that occurs every four years. No, they’re not in Vancouver, they both discovered a love of Curling.