100 blogs in 100 days, day 57: My Money Blog (the other one)

Day 57 of 100 blogs in 100 days comes to us with a twist, because we’ve already featured a blog by the name of “My Money Blog”, but Jonathan writes, his was the original.

Blog: My Money Blog
About: With a goal of $100,000 cash by 2007 and $1,000,000 net worth by age 45, MyMoneyBlog is my financial blog by an anonymous 26-year old who is new to the working world. I blog about increasing my net worth and my foray into investing and personal finance. Topics include financial deals, IRAs, 401ks, mutual funds, stocks, bonds, insurance, book reviews, and credit cards. Basically whatever I do with My Money.

So drop on by to the other “My Money Blog” and let Jonathan know what you think.

100 blogs in 100 days, day 56: Washington Hotlist

Day 56 of 100 blogs in 100 days comes to us from Joshua P. Rosenstock

Blog: Washington Hotlist
About: “Washington Hotlist is the freshest source for thoughtful insight and detailed opinions and analysis for all issues concerning the State of our Union. Here you will find meaningful debate, potential prescriptions for what ails our country and theoretical solutions to some of the biggest problems facing the republic”

So drop on by to Washington Hotlist and let Joshua know what you think.

100 blogs in 100 days, day 54: Newsome.org

Day 54 of 100 blogs in 100 days comes to us from Kent Newsome

Blog: Newsome.org
About: “A music, technology and general interest blog by a lawyer/songwriter/professor/website developer who previously was a shareware writer & game developer. Technology and internet related tips and articles, mostly for the over-40 set (people my age who are sadly missing out on the many features/advantages of the connected world). Includes original music, tech pointers and tips, opinion posts, music and movie reviews, etc.”

So drop on by to Newsome.org and let Kent know what you think.

100 blogs in 100 days, day 53: ducttapelord

Day 53 of 100 blogs in 100 days comes to us from Mike Koehler.

Blog: ducttapelord
About: “I started this blog as a way to vent my feelings after being dumped by my first girlfriend, though it has long since ventured away from frequent sappy relationship entries. Lately it’s been used to discuss my quest for geekdom, in addition to a collection of semi-daily musings about everyday occurrences. As for a visiting my site, surely using English with 87% proficiency counts for something… Right? =)”

So drop on by to ducttapelord and let Mike know you think.

100 blogs in 100 days, day 52: Popoever

Day 52 of 100 blogs in 100 days comes to us from Andre L. Pan with a blog from China written in Mandarin

Blog: Popoever
About: Well, this is a very personal blog I think, cause not only the techniques I aware, such as Web Standards, are blogged, but also my life style, my new born babay daughter, I almost take pictures for her every single day, now it’s getting quite popular in my country at about 3000+ unique IP visit and doubled PV daily, so promotion is not my objective to send you this mail, like my friend Icebin said, just share something from China and enjoy the world, sorry, forgot to count, oops:)

So drop on by to Popoever and let Andre know what you think.

100 blogs in 100 days, day 51: Some Assembly Required

Day 51 of 100 blogs in 100 days, and today’s offering comes to us from Thom Singer

Blog: Some Assembly Required
About: “Some Assembly Required” is a fun look at the importance of building a professional network, marketing, sales skills, public relations and branding. Hosted by Thom Singer, a guy who just experimented with a blog…never expected readership, and is now hooked on sharing his opinions on a variety of marketing, networking and other business topics. I believe that the world is still a place where “people do business with people they know and like”. While the internet, cell phones. blogs and other technologies make it easier to communicate with people….nothing replaces the one on one relationship.”

So drop on by to Some Assembly Required and let Thom know what you think.

100 blogs in 100 days, day 50: The Assimilated Negro

Day 50 of 100 blogs in 100 days and there’s still plenty of great blogs sitting in my inbox waiting to be featured. Todays offering comes to us from Patrice Evans in NY.

Blog: The Assimilated Negro
About: “The Assimilated has only been up for a month and half, but it’s a fast riser. I think the intriguingly odd combination of – serenades to Gawker Media , jokes about Jim Crow jeans, and serious discussion about a new brand of hip hop marketing … amongst a myriad of other things, has made The Assimilated Negro a unique addition to the blogosphere.”

So drop on by to The Assimilated Negro and let Patrice know what you think.

100 blogs in 100 days, day 49: Poker Chip Tricks

Day 49 of 100 blogs in 100 days and in a week that I’ve read on Ensight.org about a blogger only online Poker Tournament (to early in the morning my time to play), what better choice for inclusion that a Poker related blog from Nick Momrik that allows you to show off in front of your webcam whilst online, or alternatively at the table in the Casino:

Blog: Poker Chip Tricks
About: “Poker Chip Tricks is a WordPress powered blog dedicated to teaching people how to do tricks with poker chips. There are tutorials, videos, and images for all of the most popular tricks. Visitors to the site are also allowed to send in tricks that might make it on to the site. Sometimes poker can be a boring game to play, so doing a few poker chip tricks at the tables helps to ease the boredom.”

So learn some new skills, drop on by to Poker Chip Tricks and let Nick know what you think.

100 blogs in 100 days, day 48: Wide Angle

100 blogs in 100 days, day 48, and we are back into the swing of things after a week I’d rather forget, and although my wifes car was hit by a garbage truck this morning (no, I’m not kidding!) nothing’s going to get away from finding new blogs for this great program!

And now for something a bit more uplifting with a photo blog from Anne Archambault

Blog: Wide Angle
About: “i’m a french-speaking québécoise living in seattle. i love the outdoors and spend many a week-end exploring the nearby cascade and olympic ranges. when time permits, i like to travel to more exotic venues. most of the images on my photoblog have been taken over the course of these local and more far flung escapades. i retouch most of my pictures ‘€“ from mere cropping and tonal adjustments to more radical perspective shift or artifact removal through cloning. when not away from home, i post new images on a regular basis. ”

So if you need some Monday morning chear with inspiring photography from exotic locations drop on by to Wide Angle and let Anne know what you think.