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Great ideas, Valeria, as always! I try and keep my blogroll relatively short, with links to bloggers I read on a regular basis. I refer people to it all the time, especially those who are new to blogging and want a list of resources they can easily get their arms around!

I have been thinking about expanding it to include different categories, similar to the way you did it.

Wonderfully done!

Gavin -- blog rolls have been wonderful sources of ideas and ways to find people. Whenever I read someone who inspires me and makes me think differently (and many of you do) I check out their blog roll. Chances are, they read a diverse buffet of others.

Kris -- that's why I was thrilled to go to a two side bar format. And chunking the links into categories looks less daunting than a very long list, at least to me ;-)

Thanks Valeria for the kind words. I agree on the blogroll as a concept, but I think it takes too much 'screen estate' so I use http://share.opml.org sort of in the same way you use your blogroll.

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