Friday, April 20, 2007

5 Blogs That Make Me Think

I was quickly reviewing blog entries in my reader this morning, and I came across an entry in Mark Blevis' blog nominating me for a Thinking Blogger Award - a very big surprise. Mark is well versed and traveled across the Internet, and is a leader in the realm of Podcasting, so his positive comments are very much appreciated.. thanks Mark!

For those of you interested in the origins (from what I understand) of this award, visit The Thinking Blog.

Now.. for my nominations. I have a very big problem. There are far MORE than 5 blogs that make me think. Of the ones that I track regularly, I can't even identify the top 5 that make me think the most, as they cover related topics from different, valuable perspectives. Despite the "official" title for the list below, please consider them "5 OF the MANY blogs that make me think."

My nominations for 5 (of the) Blogs that Make Me Think (too much) are:

Anecdote by Shawn Callahan and Mark Schenk
Cognitive Edge by Dave Snowden
Green Chameleon - by Patrick Lambe
Everything Is Miscellaneous - by David Weinberger
How to Save the World - by Dave Pollard

Congratulations, you won a !

For my Honourable Mentions, check out Blog in Blogs that Rock, and Great Reading From Other Blogs on my blog.

Should you (the winners above) choose to participate in this meme, please make sure you pass this list of rules to the blogs you are tagging.

  • If, and only if, you get tagged, write a post with links to five blogs that make you think.
  • Link to this post so that people can easily find the exact origin of the meme.
  • Optional: Proudly display the Thinking Blogger Award with a link to the post that you wrote (available in silver or gold version).


Patrick said...

I'm really honoured. I'd be happy to display your award image on the blog you link to for Green Chameleon, except I don't have posting rights (you;ve linked twice to Dave Snowden) ;-)

Thanks again for the mention!

Patrick Lambe

Anonymous said...

Patrick.. thank's for pointing out the link problem... fixed.. and my apologies!

Regarding accessing the the graphic images.. probably safest to go to the source at

Patrick said...

Thanks Dale, you're quick off the mark :)