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. Style Bubble
  2. Subatomic Poetry
  3. Sudan Watch
  4. Sue Thomas
  5. Sue Wilkes
  6. Sunny Dunny's (New) Blog
  7. Tales from the Reading Room
  8. Talking Plants
  9. Tax Justice Blog
  10. TaxPayers' Alliance, The (TPA): New YouGov poll launches TPA/Global Vision EU campaign
  11. Tax Research UK - Richard Murphy on tax and corporate accountability
  12. Teapots Teapots Teapots
  13. Tea With Me
  14. Theatre Archive Project - The British Library, University of Sheffield and AHRC
  15. The Eye Investigates
  16. thenextwave
  17. Theology and the Arts in Britain Since 1945
  18. The Welsh View | The blog of the Countryside Council for Wales
  19. Things I See When I Go Running
  20. Things Unrespected

Sites (763)

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