From time to time I delete a few links from this blog and insert new ones. Neither additions nor deletions are necessarily permanent. The idea is to limit the total number of links while still guiding my visitors to “new” blogs and websites that have caught my attention for one reason or another, if only temporarily.
I have been shuffling the links again recently and have added the following:
Karin Wells Studio – interesting content and not all of it art and painting.
Carolee S. Clark – a painter with an attractive style.
Twitter – needs no introduction.
Nick Robinson’s Newslog – a good source of commentary on UK politics.
The Cycling Lawyer – for expert commentary on the legal issues relevant to cyclists.
Cycle Social – a site with a difference for cyclists of all kinds, sporting, road, commuting, leisure, slow, whatever. The site is relatively new but growing steadily and looking forward to a relaunch early in the New Year. It has enormous potential for cyclists and local clubs who have the inagination and initiative to use it. I signed up (free) and put myself on the “Members Map” and look forward to meeting (and cycling with) other local members.