Changes to nourishing blogrolls

First off, the url has changed from http to https but Blogger say that the old url still takes you there:

Secondly, a big change is coming up after Valentine’s Day. I plan to clear out dead links and put in some new, e.g. FoS, maybe even Secret Barrister, let’s see.  It needs a shake-up.

Thirdly, I know some of you use these blogrolls as a stepping off point for other sites, and you might like some reference links in there.

The dilemma

The issue is that many comment pseudonymously and should I drop a link to a name here and there whom I assume no longer comes to this blog, I might just be dropping someone who very much does, silently or pseudonymously.

Vox Day got around it by clearing all of his links and one had to email him to be retained but on reflection, that doesn’t really suit my style.

You see the dilemma, so it would help immensely if you could convey to me one way or the other any links you think should be retained, added or dropped – no need for why.  I’ll certainly look at those when editing.


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4 comments for “Changes to nourishing blogrolls

  1. FoS
    January 28, 2019 at 16:26

    Good idea, a purge – think I ought to do that, too.

    I’ll be happy to remain on your list

    You will have noticed from the tremendous amount of traffic you have been getting that you have been on my blogroll for some time:
    [if you want to add something to the description of your site, just let me know.]

    When I am doing my purge I shall add OoL, too, if I remember.

    BTW: Sorry to hear about all your troubles with your neighbours. That can be really annoying…

    • January 28, 2019 at 18:27

      Cheers – on the last point, might be close to resolution, tonight will tell.

  2. Distant Relative
    February 3, 2019 at 09:04

    How about adding this one?

    • February 4, 2019 at 08:05

      Looks good. This, FoS and Bruce Charlton so far.

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