A Blog Around The Clock

Blogrolling: D

Here (below the fold) are some blogs whose titles start with D. As always, let me know if I am missing an important/good blog, or if yours starts with D (or one of the previous letters), or if you have any questions (e.g., why on Earth did I include that horrible blog you hate!)….

DailyKos – Darksyde Diaries
DailyKos – My Diaries
The Daily Transcript (old)
The Daily Transcript (new)
Damn Data – Cabinet of Wonders
Dangerous Intersection
Daniel’s News & Views
The Dark Wraith Forums
Darren Naish: Tetrapod Zoology
Darwinian Conservatism by Larry Arnhart
Daveawayfromhome
David Brainerd’s Blog
David E’s Fablog
Daylight Atheism
DB’s Medical Rants
A DC Birding Blog
Decrepit Old Fool
Deep Thought
DefCon Blog
Deltoid
De Rerum Natura
Decorabilia
Deep-Sea News
Desperate Serbwife
Developing Intelligence
Developmental Biology at UMM
Dharma Bums
The Diaries of Franz Kafka
Dienekes’ Anthropology Blog
Digg / science
Dileffante
Dirty Greek
Discovering biology in a digital world (old)
Discovering biology in a digital world (new)
Discovery News
The Disgruntled Chemist
Disgruntled Julie: A PhD in Progress
Dispatches from the Culture Wars
Doc Around The Clock
Doctor Science Knows
Dodecahedron: Shape of the Universe
Dogged Blog
Dohiyi Mir
Domacica iz Pakla
dotdotdot
Down to Earth
Draxblog III
Dr. C.
Dr.Dork
Dr Petra Boynton’s Blog
Dr. Deborah Serani
Dr. Joan Bushwell’s Chimpanzee Refuge (old)
Dr. Joan Bushwell’s Chimpanzee Refuge (new)
Dr. Shellie
The Drunken Lagomorph
The dubious biologist
The Dullest Blog In The World (archives)
Dynamics of Cats

Previously:
Number/Symbol
A
B
C

Comments

  1. #1 Kristjan Wager
    November 20, 2006

    I think Daniel Drezner’s blog is worth mentioning – rightwinged, but reasonably moderate. Heavy emphasis on economics.

  2. #2 Deep Thought
    November 20, 2006

    Awwww. I am hurt. You didn’t include me!

  3. #3 dileffante
    November 20, 2006

    I’m just beginning and hardly deserve visits so far, but anyway, for the sake of completeness. I’m at dileffante.blogspot.com in English, and at dilefante.blogspot.com in Spanish.

  4. #4 coturnix
    November 20, 2006

    You know what – I’ll add you in the next editing (once I get a few more suggestions).

  5. #5 Kristjan Wager
    November 20, 2006

    coturnix, do you really want to add an anti-feminist like Deep Thought? I just looked at his site, and the few posts I skimmed through were all about what horrible things Pandagon, Feministe or Bitch, Phd. had written (granted, it was put nicer, but that was the essence of it), with commenters going “dear me, what horrible people”.

  6. #6 Deep Thought
    November 20, 2006

    Bora,
    Thanks. BTW – I may be able to make the next NC Bloggers meet (I am all the way over in Georgia), but only if you would like to share a drink….

    Kristjan,
    Amanda at Pandagon and i exchange emails about our different views and Dr. B sent a reply I will be writing about soon. If they still read me, why not you?

  7. #7 Kristjan Wager
    November 20, 2006

    Because you don’t really write anything of interest to me – you misrepresent feminists and you write about your religion. The first I dislike, the second I find uninteresting.

    But ok, I’ll give you a chance, and see if the recent posts haven’t been representative of your writing (I can see that if I scroll futher down, there is posts about other things).

  8. #8 coturnix
    November 20, 2006

    Deep Thought and I go a long way – he is my pet conservative commenter here, but never a troll. We agree to disagree on pretty much everything, but that does not mean we cannot link to each other and have a drink in Chapel Hill at the next meetup.

  9. #9 Deep Thought
    November 20, 2006

    Bora,
    Thank you, I will make plans.

    Kristjan,
    I hope I am not misrepresenting feminists. I encourage you to point to errors of fact I may have made. and i also write about demographics, politics, and cognitive theory, to name a few. Bora and I really started our virtual discussions on how people think.
    I invite you to do the following – suggest a topic for my blog and a blog for me to read! I love new viewpoints and am always looking for topics. And I think Bora’s comments would be the perfect space for such an endeavor.

  10. #10 griftdrift
    December 1, 2006

    I missed this somehow. Really enjoy you’re place and wouldn’t mind you dropping by mine.

    Drifting Through The Grift

  11. #11 Alon Levy
    December 1, 2006

    Debitage is the blog I get all of my Cultural Theory stuff from. Unlike me, Stentor is a real-life expert in it (more precisely, he’s a grad student who uses it in his dissertation research).