Since my promise (or threat) to increase my blogging frequency a bit, I decided to move the blogs and websites I'm linking to from the bottom of the page to the right side of the page below the archive.
This gives both sections room to spread out a bit. I've already started combing through my EVE website list looking for additional sites I want to add. I want to concentrate on factual sites, general references, and stuff that's pretty newbie-friendly, plus the obligatory links to Failheap and Kugu. If you can think of any obvious websites I'm missing along those lines, please feel free to make suggestions. I'm looking to expand that section to 20 sites or so. At this time, I don't particularly want to link to really specialized sites, though I might start a second list of links for that kind of thing later.
Which brings me to my linked blogs. I've decided I'm gonna split my linked blogs into two sections. The first will be "Important but Infrequent": bloggers that I think have important things to say but are rare posters. People like Mord Fiddle, Seleene, Trebor, Mynxee, TeaDaze, and the like will go into this section. That will allow me and people who visit here to keep an eye out for posts from them without cluttering up my main blog section.
For the main section, I'd like to list a dozen or so total blogs. I could obviously just start linking to blogs in the EVE Blog Pack, but I don't want to do that. I'm already linking to both EVEOGANDA and the Blog Pack itself. Besides, I want to do something a bit different with my linked blogs. I read a ton of blogs right now. I directly follow about 15 or so, and indirectly follow another 15. Most are EVE Blog Pack members today (and most, amusingly, are pirate blogs(1), but that's another story). But the typical posting frequency of the blogs I read is four or five times a month.
I'd like to link some blogs from writers who are willing to take their game up a notch. And given the number of people cheerfully willing to tell me how "retarded" I am, I'd also like to link some blogs from writers who really know what they are about when it comes to EVE Online.
Are you? Do you? Link in the comments, please. :-)
(1) And most of those are Tuskers. Go Tuskers!