Welcome to BlogDogIt Tuesday, April 16 2024 @ 10:45 PM EDT



  • The Favorite Toys (501)
    What was your favorite toy as a kid?
  • The Illimitable Ocean of Inexplicability (494)
    The President and Founder presents:
  • The Vigilant Lens (443)
    Photography and Words. Pentax and I blame three bars in Spokane for everything.
  • TheTopTenz (536)
    TheTopTenz.net is an online magazine dedicated to showcasing the visual art, design, creative artworks, photography, interesting advertisements, artists, top 10 lists and other weird, wonderful, informative, funny and simply amazing stuff. We are a group of dedicated and passionate writers. Our main objective is to write and share unique content with our readers. If you have any ideas or suggestions on how we can serve you better or if you are interested in writing something unique and creative for TheTopTenz, then please do not hesitate to contact us by using the following email address.
  • Today's Front Pages (492)
    Through a special agreement with more than 800 newspapers worldwide, the Newseum displays these front pages each day on its website.
  • Tommillo - Holla! (432)
    Tommillo's Tumbler
  • Using A Chicken To Measure It With (681)
    JKU Academic Research List ---
    I. Research URLs
    II. Online Catalogs & Courses. New.
    III. Online Journals and Zines
    IV. Indexes and Abstracts
    V. Reference Books Online
    VI. Govt. Publications
    VII. Subject Guides
    VIII. Other: Tools.
    IX. Language Tools: Dictionaries and Glossaries.

    Note: Some of you will know of academic research resources, databases, search services, etc., which are not on this List. So, a reminder that we strive to List for you, only free services and engines. We also try to omit services or engines that want you to “join” or “sign-up”, even it it is free. We have noticed that stopping the user, researcher, or student, to make them sign-up, join, or whatever, slows them down, and interferes with their research work. We have also sought out the Open Access sites, databases, and so on, and have listed all them that we could find. In our work, we use about 20 different general and specialized search engines, many of them non-google, and google-free. Again, we are the only researchers on the Web, in the world, providing these kinds of services to you.
  • Will Wilkinson - The Sweet Release of Reason (433)

    Hi there. I’m a writer based in Houston, Texas. I blog about American politics for The Economist and study creative writing at the University of Houston.

    My work has appeared in The Atlantic, The Economist, The Daily, The Boston Review, Reason, Forbes, The Daily Beast, Bloomberg, Slate, Prospect, and a variety of other publication online and off. I’ve been a columnist for The Week, a regular writer for The Economist‘s Free Exchange economics blog, a regular on Bloggingheads TV, and a regular commentator for American Public Media’s radio program Marketplace. I also dabble in illustration. So far, my illustration work has appeared in Defunct and The Atlantic online.

    A recovering Washingtonian, I was a research fellow at the Cato Institute for five years, and before that did stints at the Mercatus Center and the Institute for Humane Studies.

    I live in Houston, Texas with my fiancée, Kerry Howley, and our Vizsla, Winston.
  • wizkid.tumblr (473)
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    All you need to know is that I am 20-and-something guy, addicted to internet.

    Geeky little bit. Software tester. I live in Wrocław (and Katowice), Poland.