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Ontario Empoblog alludes that there isn't many bloggers in Lawrence. Maybe they just have not found feedmap yet, but here is a list of Lawrence bloggers that I read:

looking out the fishbowl (rss)
Gimpysoft (rss)
Matt Strausz (rss)
Here in Katie's Head (rss)
Adrian Holovaty (rss)
I'm not the best at titles (rss)
My Life as I tell it (rss)
My Space and Junk (rss) - Lenexa, but close enough
Nathaniel Haas (rss)
Quinton Cheney (rss)
The Snoop Zone (rss)
Thoughts From Kansas (rss)
Rob Reynolds (rss) - Topeka

Let me know if I missed any good ones.

Posted on Tuesday, September 27, 2005 1:45 PM | Back to top


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If Lenexa is close enough, than Olathe should be too :D
Left by Jeff Julian on Sep 27, 2005 6:06 PM

# re: Lawrence blogs
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It definitely counts...I just had these in my Lawrence category and you in my XML category :)
Left by Tim Hibbard on Sep 27, 2005 6:42 PM

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I don't live in Lawrence anymore, so including me on the list wouldn't be accurate. :)
Left by Adrian Holovaty on Sep 29, 2005 7:45 AM

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Thoughts from Kansas is in Lawrence, not Topeka
Left by Josh on Oct 01, 2005 7:50 AM

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Since I wrote that comment, it seems that a lot of event planners have discovered feedmap. There is now a list of over 300 events in my area. That should keep me busy. I urge your Lawrence bloggers (and even your ex-Lawrence blogger Adrian) to sign up with feedmap - it's free, and you discover a lot of interesting blogs that way.
Left by Ontario Emperor on Oct 01, 2005 10:53 PM

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I have an up and comming blog...and I am from L town...check it out if you would like
http://griffinsmusiccollection.wordpress.com/
Left by Griffin on Jul 10, 2006 1:53 PM

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Bringing down manufacturing costs and ultimate end costs to the consumer by improving the materials used and finding cheaper alternatives to creating LEDs
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