A few more links as I give you something on a non-scheduled day:
Way back in my FSU writing days*, I was in the same department as a guy named Michael James Nelson. Back then he was an aspiring comic. Now he is a full-fledged Hollywood writer/comedian person. He has also begun posting some pretty funny stuff over at his blog.
(* I just found out the FSView and Florida Flambeau took their archives offline. So now no one can ever find the early writings of Jordi Scrubbings or Michael James Nelson. Trust me, you are missing out.)
Speaking of people I went to school with, I have recently been following the blog of another fellow FSU alumni. He is now a coffee aficionado in New York City and his blog, On The Road To Epiphany, has become all about coffee and coffeehouses. Not normally my cup of tea (ha, a pun!), but it is interesting.
Third, and not really related, here is a link to an article on Cuban sports blogs. I forgot to post it the other day. But you should still check it out. The Cuban sports blogosphere is far different from the American blogosphere.
Thought of the day: I think it would be interesting to see if there is any pattern of blogosphere development along Maslow's heirarchy of needs. Do blogs on life, substance, and survival come first, followed by blogs about security, and then blogs about family or affliation (i.e. sports teams)?