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Wednesday, September 6, 2006

Expanding our blogosphere

Posted By on Wed, Sep 6, 2006 at 9:47 AM

It's been slower than I'd have liked (all my fault), but the Times today finally adds a couple of new reader blogs to our blog page. Many more are planned -- at least are in the process of being set up for web activation. For no particular reason, these two are the first:

The Moviegoer:  BSR is a Little Rock guy who loves everything about movies, including talking about them. He has a bunch of posts ups already and invites reader input.

Ninja Poodles Local: This is our own version of an existing blog begun by Belinda Hankins Miller, self-described as "a married, harried working mother in rural Central Arkansas."

Check 'em out. And let them hear from you.

We have other blogs in the works on history, the law, Northwest Arkansas, defense issues and more.


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