Audimated: A Music Marketplace

Audimated is a music marketplace that lets fans buy and sell their favorite songs. Its massive library of high-quality mp3s are provided by the artists themselves, making Audimated unique among online marketplaces. Audimated doesn’t just help musicians make money, it helps them promote new music.

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Boing Boing: A Blog on Politics, science fiction & General Interest

For those of you who have never visited the website Boing Boing, let me tell you that it is a wonderland of all things geeky and nerdy that cannot be fully explained. However, I will try my best to explain how Boing Boing has impacted our culture, but first I think it’s important to learn a little bit about the website itself.

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Blogcritics: A Blog Entertainment and Science News

Blogging is an online writing phenomenon that has only been around for a few years, but it is already shaping the way people communicate and share information. Blogs range from personal diaries to journalism and everything in between. Blogcritics is one of the most successful emerging blog networks and online magazines on the Web today.

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Balkinization: A Law Blog by Jack Balkin

Balkinization is one of the biggest, with new posts almost daily by Balkin and his stable of talented commenters. It covers American law from Constitutional Law to Civil Liberties to Jurisprudence to Political Theory. Balkin was on of the first successful law bloggers, publishing since 2002.

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Bloggingheads.tv – Video blog on Politics, Philosophy, & Science

The Bloggingheads.tv website is a video blog discussion site in which the participants take part in an active back and forth conversation via webcam which is then broadcast online to viewers. The Bloggingheads.tv name was taken from the term “blog” and “pundit”, or someone who gives an uninformed opinion on things they do not fully understand.

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The Borderland Beat: A Blog on Mexican Drug War

The Borderland Beat is a news blog that reports on the Mexican Drug War. It has been in existence since May 2008 and was originally started by Scott Stewart, a former U.S. Diplomat who spent nearly six years working for the U.S. State Department’s Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) protecting American diplomats posted overseas.

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Brain Blogger: A Blog on Multidimensional Biopsychosocial Perspectives

Brain Blogger is a Scientific American partner biomedical blog sponsored by the Global Neuroscience Initiative Foundation (GNIF). It provides original and accessible neuroscience-related content and resources, and aims to inspire and educate the general public about the progress and potential of brain research. Brain Blogger can be followed on Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Tumblr. The blog is edited by Shaheen Lakhan.

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SB Nation: Sports Blog on the Oakland Athletics Baseball Team

SB Nation is a sports blogging network owned by Vox Media. It provides many different kinds of content, or what SB Nation calls “fanposts.” Fanposts are either submitted by regular people who want to share their opinions on a particular team or they can be written by their employees.

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The Consumerist: The Blog on Consumerism

The Consumerist was the most widely read and most influential consumer affairs website in the U.S. consumer affairs, it is a blog that covers a variety of topics relevant to its readers, including but not limited to technology, finance/banking/credit cards, food and drink, arts and culture, entertainment, environmental issues, and more.

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A Motley Vision – Criticism of the Mormon Arts

For faithful LDS people in post-secondary education, the A Motley Vision blog has been a much-visited site since its inception in 2008. While the blog is heavy on criticism of Mormon art and literature (especially film), it also contains interesting articles about other topics such as current events and politics, New York City history, and popular culture.

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