I just noticed that my friend and ward member Logan Bobo now has his own blog. As I look at Logan’s blog, I wondered whether we at Times and Seasons have been neglectful of our peers in the Mormon blogosphere. I think we may have inadvertently neglected to discuss other LDS bloggers. So here is a short post dedicated to that topic. (Warning: Post discusses Kaimi’s idiosyncratic blog-surfing preferences).
I know I read other members’ blogs often. In particular, I have enjoyed reading:
Nate’s Good Oman, which often has interesting material (though less so now that we have diverted much of his energy elsewhere. Mwuaahaahaahahah!).
Matt’s occasional musings over at The Buck Stops Here
David Sundwall at A Soft Answer, which may be coming out of its short period of hibernation.
Until its untimely demise, I enjoyed reading The Legal Guy.
Dave at the Mormon Inquiry Blog.
Adam didn’t post often enough for me to really get into his blog, but I certainly enjoyed discussions with Adam, Nate, Matt and others on the LDS-Law e-mail list. (I recommend the list for anyone interested in the church and law).
There are several other blogs that I have read from time to time and enjoyed. The ones I can think of right now are:
Those crazy anonymous folk over at Metaphysical Elders. (Even if I do disagree with them from time to time).
Gordon’s Venturpreneur and Russell’s unpronounceable blog, both of which are rapidly making their way onto my A-list. I must confess I didn’t know about these blogs at all until I started with Times and Seasons, but they are very high-quality.
Finally, I have dropped in from time to time at All Hands and the Cook, LDS Citizen, Geoff Matthews, and Jan. I’ve enjoyed my visits, but am not yet hooked on any of them (which is probably good — the list of blogs I read regularly is getting pretty long, and my wife keeps having to kick me off the computer).
I know I’m leaving out a lot of good blogs. Which is why, at this point, I cede the floor. Now it’s your turn, dear reader. What Mormon blogs do you read? For that matter, what non-Mormon blogs do you read? The comments button is open, and the floor is yours.