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Monday, April 18, 2005

It's not often that you'll find a blogger actually soliciting spam, but that's exactly what I'm about to do. It's been a while since I went searching through the links section of other blogs that are daily reads in search of new material. Last night I came to the conclusion that I needed to find some new reading fodder. So I'm asking you to direct me to some blogs that may have escaped my view.

Here's a link to my bloglines subscriptions so that you can see what I'm already reading daily.

It doesn't have to be baseball related. In fact, I'm probably looking for things outside the baseball realm. Go ahead and spam away in the comments section. You won't get this opportunity anywhere very often.

I'm in the process of redoing the entire links section, so you guys with White Sox blogs, or anyone who wants to be linked here, post a link to your site in the comments. I can guarantee your readership will go up by at least one -- me -- for an entire week.

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It's only fair, since I'm asking you for a couple of your favorite sites, that I give you a few of mine.

McCovey Chronicles has quickly become one of my favorite baseball blogs. Grant has a great writing style, that makes up for the fact that I really don't care about the Giants.

The Chicago Media Monitor
is the most recent non-baseball addition to my blogroll. Steven Skaggs covers pretty much everything relating to the media in Chicago and beyond, with an emphasis on sports. Today's entry is a great example of what makes it one of my favorites. He dissects the fallacies in Greg Couch's recent column dismissing the Sox hot start. The comment section is also usually well worth the read.

And finally, just to show you that I read a wide array of topics, I give you Puppetgirl, my favorite sex blog. She is an aspiring writer, and it shows. She can make even the most innocuous sexual encounter a great read. Her style is simple, frank, and self-aware, which is what is often lacking in other I'm-trying-to-make-this-sound-as-sexy-as-possible sex blogs. This was probably the first blog that ever became a regular read for me, about 2 years ago, maybe longer.

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I'm going to be extremely disappointed if there's not at least 20 comments with links for me to explore in the next couple of days.