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A short tour of LDS blogs

Latter-day Commentary provides a short tour of about twenty LDS blogs, emphasizing solo blogs and newsy sites. There were several blogs mentioned in the post that were new to me.

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posted December 4, 2008 at 1:26 pm

Which ones are new to you?
My new recent discoveries are the Hedgehog and Article IV blogs which are pretty deep on current LDS issues – where politics and religion clash.
Someone should do an update/review on LDS themed websites (see my link).

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Tim Malone

posted December 8, 2008 at 7:14 pm

Dave, I neglected to thank you for the mention of my short LDS blog tour essay. Although I had posted it ten days earlier, it only received normal traffic until you highlighted it here. I kept watching my traffic rise and wondered why until I tracked it down to you. So from a long-time reader of your blog, thanks.

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posted December 16, 2008 at 2:27 pm

I find it pretty amazing how active mormons are in the blogosphere. It is pretty amazing that all of these resources are so readily available online. Thanks for the tour and a great site.

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