Thanks and Apologies to Our Blogroll

We have a lot of great sites over to the right. I read several every day and most of them over the course of a week. Good job on providing fun adventures, good humor, and interesting ideas. Unfortunately, because I read so many, I often forget where I saw something two weeks ago when I want to reference it in a post. Sorry about that. If I write about something that you were just talking about, either on your site or as a reply at someone else’s, please feel free to mention and link that in a comment here. You may be just the genius I was thinking of. And if not, I want to hear what you have to say about things anyway.

: Zubon

9 thoughts on “Thanks and Apologies to Our Blogroll”

  1. I’ve had the same problem.

    I’d love a site that aggregated posts from all of MMO-dom in a searchable online database … for just those occasions where I want to reference someone else’ post, but can’t find it.

  2. Oooh, I’m on the favorites. :) Thanks for that guys.

    Virginworlds is an excellent place to catch up on news around the blogosphere.

  3. @Tuebit: Not an exact solution to what you’re looking for bit I bung all the interesting links onto Kinja (www.kinja.com) and then whenever somebody updates their site of blog I get a little ‘card’ popping up that shows me there’s been activity.

    Oh, and I’ve set my Kinja page to display the last 24hrs posts, then made that my homepage in Firefox, so am always just one button away from random mmorpg goodness. :)

  4. @ Tuebit. I’ve been working on something like this over at MMOPub.com, but have been reluctant to include too many sites, as some people get all cranky that I’m “stealing their content”, even though I include attributions.

    Dunno, if anyone wants me to include their site drop me a mail at admin (at) mmopub (dot) com.

  5. I guess this is the most appropriate place to indicate that my blog address (linked to the right) has changed from psyae.blogspot.com to merely psyae.com. If someone would be so kind as to make that change, I would be terribly appreciative.

    Whatever terribly appreciative might mean.

    Thanks!

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