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Blog Day 2008

Blog Day 2008Today Is Blog Day 2008 and bloggers are being asked to nominate new blogs which they find interesing. I’m going to nominate blogs which are new to me; though they may not actually be new blogs as such.

The first is the excellent blog by Ben Byerly about life as a theology student in Nairobi. I’ve linked to quite a few of Ben’s posts over the past few months and will probably continue to do so. I hope to meet up with him and some of his fellow students in the next couple of weeks as they are studying in Cambridge for a few weeks.

Mark Sayers writes a lot of interesting stuff on his blog, but I have a small gripe that he doesn’t allow comments, which rather defeats the object of the blogging medium.

White African by Hash is a great read: it looks at Africa with a strong technology and new-media bent.

Dr. Jim West deserves a mention if only for the sheer number and quirkiness of his posts. I don’t always agree with what he writes, but I’m almost always moved either to amusement or thoughtfulness.

Last, but not least is the Wycliffe UK Blog, to which I am an occaisional contributer, though Mark does most of the work (how is that for getting two links in one?).

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