"Headlines, Links & Lies…LIVE!" Returns to Gate 21
Just a quick update on my efforts to remodel here at Gate 21 as football season approaches…
After a hiatus of about a month or so, my “Headlines, Links & Lies … LIVE!” widget is back in the sidebar here at Gate 21. For the moment it lives in the right sidebar (for those of you who are directionally challenged, that’s right over there ).
Thanks to the wonderful functionality of Yahoo Pipes, this new version of the widget will now self update with current stories from all of my favorite blogs across the Blogosphere.
In other site news, in case you haven’t noticed, I am in the process of updating and revamping my blogroll and links as well. I have tried to organize all my many links by category, and to give a little extra visibility to those links which are at the very top of my list (my absolute favorites are noted with the icon). At present, all of my blogroll links are in the left sidebar, but I will probably be splitting them up soon, if only to balance things out a bit.
I encourage both of my readers to give both the new “Headlines, Links & Lies … LIVE!” widget and the updated blogroll a look periodically. There is some really good stuff out there worth giving a look, and hopefully these additions will help you find it a bit easier.
At any rate, let me know any thoughts you may have on the remodeling around the joint — whether good or bad.
After all, as I have always said, if you can’t be good, be good at it…
Update: I just discovered — more or less by accident — a new addition to the Vol blogosphere: The View from the Hill. Good writing (something I’ve never been accused of) and the editor is a Tennessee student. Give it a look and welcome him into the Vol-blogosphere.
Tags: Blogging, Blogosphere, Gate 21, Headlines Links & Lies..., Links, Remodeling, Site News, Technology, Web Design, Yahoo Pipes
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