Blogs

The UK Blogosphere (connected community of Web logs) has burgeoned since the late 1990s and early 2000s, due in part to more straightforward publishing processes. This collection represents a cross section of UK Web logs containing a wealth of material which will be of value to researchers now and in the future. The collection contains a wide variety of Blogs from news and political commentaries, sports and music Blogs to personal online diaries.

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  1. Quilt while you're ahead
  2. qwghlm.co.uk
  3. Rachel Elnaugh Entrepreneur
  4. Rachel from North London
  5. Ramblings of a Remote Worker
  6. Random Acts of Reality - Trying to kill as few people as possible
  7. Rapid Business Improvement blog
  8. Rapid Business Improvement - tools for consultants (consulting)
  9. Raymond Sheppard Illustrator
  10. Reactive Chemistry Blog
  11. RecessMonkey
  12. Reclamation and Representation - the boundaries of the literary archive
  13. Redundancy UK Blog, The
  14. Repossession SOS
  15. Researchers & the UK Web Archive
  16. rhysllwyd.com
  17. Richard Corbett MEP
  18. Richard Madeley Appreciation Society, The
  19. Road to 2012
  20. Robert Stephen Hawker: His life and writings

Sites (763)

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