August 21, 2006
Howard County Bloggers host an on-line county forum for the upcoming elections.
The Baltimore Sun article by Larry Carson that Crablaw first called to my attention: “Local bloggers play political role” was published Sunday, August 20. 2006. Of all the Sun’s writers, I appreciate Mr. Carson’s work.
You may wanna be sure to read Crablaw’s observations.
David Keelan at HoCoBlog observes: “Local bloggers play political role.”
And that is as far as I have had time, so far today to graze my colleague’s site… Maybe more later? Meanwhile, other work is going to interfere to my life on the net…
I first mentioned the “Gang of Four’s” participation in the election here.
Actually, the author of the HoCoMD Blog kindly emailed me the press release earlier today. Thanks.
The first three paragraphs of Mr. Carson’s article are:
Candidates' forums can be inconvenient -- and lengthy -- to attend, but a politically diverse group of
Although Republicans David Keelan and Dave Wissing and Democrats Ian Kennedy and Evan Coren do not share the same political philosophy, they all started local blogs based on politics or development, and they eventually connected and decided to collaborate.
They appear to have achieved a level of civility in short supply in
A sampling of posts on KDDC that are
19 Aug 2006 by Kevin Dayhoff… As I was grazing the blogs of my colleagues in
8 Aug 2006 by Kevin Dayhoff… “Politics in the
24 Jun 2006 by Kevin Dayhoff… The political silly season has already begun in
I’m looking forward to working this Association of Howard County Bloggers – they are quite a talented group of folks and their blogs are an invaluable source of information for me.
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