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    Weblogging  echo $newRAM;
    added Wed May 19 2004 at 11:10 PM
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    Somehow, I managed to go four entire days without checking my normal daily links. I'm not exactly sure how that happened, especially since I usually check them twice (or three times) daily.

    I don't even know how I first stumbled on Rands in Repose, I was probably on one of my weblog binges. Every once in a while, I go through and start clicking through to every site on someone's link list and see where it gets me. Usually a lot of useless junk, but there's almost always at least one little gem. This was quite a gem, nice clean interface. Classy yet simplistic. And most importantly, the emphasis is on content. According to one of his articles, he actually *proofreads* his content before posting it. How many other steady bloggers can say that?

    He doesn't post daily, which is a bit annoying... most of my daily pages are there because I want my daily fix. Sometimes when he does post, it's too long. Because I'm afflicted with N.A.D.D. (go to the site for an explanation), I don't particularly have time or energy to read an entire essay sometimes. But his content is always good (even though sometimes it's out of my realm of interest).



    There's more to read. Read the extended entry.