It looks like ENDO-Mike – the remarkably patient, helpful guy who writes a pretty kick-ass weblog and who makes some pretty kick-ass shirts – is expanding his online presence a little; he has launched MILcentric, a site specializing in "military fashion, design, and anything else I feel is military inspired", and already has a passel of posts up there.
If his other site is any indication, this one will be worth adding to your [...]
A couple of rather disparate thoughts were rattling around my head for the past few days, but they did not completely congeal until I read this comment from Oliver Perry:
It was discussed, perhaps here, the notion that we are able to develop a shitstorm when something goes wrong, but the author could not recall an atta boy resulting in a built business.
I currently carry in a crossbreed, but my next holster will [...]
Eric Shelton may not be lighting up the airwaves* with his incisive deconstruction of anti-rights propaganda or his opinions on firearms and firearm accessories, but he is writing some of those thoughts down.
… And he certainly has not gotten any more reserved in this new medium, but why would we want him to?
(* – Hm. What is the intertube/podcast equivalent of that phrase, I wonder?)
Recent newcomer to the ramparts here at “walls of the city” and fellow pro-rights activist, Tac (now writing under the screenname “disavowedwithhonor”) has finally decided that just commenting on other people’s sites is not enough for him, and has thus spun off onto his own weblog, appropriately named Disavowed with Honor. Drop by and give him a few words of encouragement – the intertubes are a wild and wooly place, and getting one’s web presence [...]
Thanks to the weblogging power of Windows Live Writer* and the ease with which I can now accomplish this with its integrated FTP support, I have been including hopefully-related images with some of the various posts I have written over the past few days.
So, my question to you is: keep the images or lose them?
It does not take me a whole lot of effort to put them in, but if you [...]
Honestly, I would love to say that I am onboard with this proposed plan to boycott the anti-rights weblogs out there, but the simple truth is that I shook that monkey off my back a few months ago – oh, sure, I still stop by when something exceptional rears its ugly little head (the recent poll debacle, for example), but even then, I read just long enough to confirm my fears and collect my blockquotes, [...]
Thanks to the domain hosting “The Blog Readability Test” apparently being bought out by some reverse-SEO company, you will have to look elsewhere to satiate your burning need to know how erudite your writing may or may not be, so I instead recommend this Readability Test, which will provide you your webpage’s Gunning-Fog index, Flesch Reading Ease score, and Flesch-Kincaid grade level. I would assume the engine only examines your front page, does not differentiate [...]
Better Half and I are headed south this afternoon to spend Christmas with her family, and while I will have my phone with me (is that a Droid in your pocket?), do not expect me to be posting too terribly much… I do have a few posts scheduled to show up over the weekend, but, really, if you are avidly checking back here for posts over the Christmas holiday, you have more serious problems than [...]