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BigCityLib Strikes Back: LibLogs R.I.P?

This is what you see, since yesterday:

Someone should pay their bills.

Scott's DiaTribes: Another former blogger (David Graham) running for a Liberal nomination

It seems a fair number of bloggers, or former bloggers, are deciding to try going from their grass/netroots activism and translate that into trying to get elected to office to translate that activism into change at the political level.

This week, it is the turn of David Graham to announce he is running for the Liberal nomination in his home riding of Laurentides-Labelle. If you’re not familiar with David, he has been a long time blogger (incidentally, he is and has been a big supporter of expanded and improved rail service, if you go through his archive of blogposts. Very (Read more…)

Red Tory v.3.0.3: Liblogs – Minus One

Hey, did you notice that Liblogs got a cool new make-over recently?

Almost a year after he went down in flames (sadly, along with most of the party) and then, almost exactly as the Conservative attack machine had predicted, immediately hightailed it back to a cozy academic sinecure at Harvard the University of Toronto’s Massey College, the operatives behind Liblogs finally got around to ditching the old banner featuring Michael Ignatieff. More than a little late getting around to that bothersome detail some might say, but hey, a good thing nonetheless. And more than that, the site now has a

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Scott's DiaTribes: A plug to the new Liblogs

Briefly this morning: I’d like to give some props to the newly redesigned Liblogs , which is an aggregator for Liberal blogs and/or Liberally-inclined blogs. You have 2 new administrators over there – Steve V of Far and Wide and Nancy from Impolitical, along with David Graham, a former Liblogs blogger, who is still involved with the site.

The site changes look good. Best of luck to everyone.