Category Archives: blogs

Blog: Ohio Outdoors and Wildlife

So, it’s been 15 months since I left OR, and while I’m still contributing to the OR Fly Fishing Blog, and tried to launch a Great Lakes version, I’ve been missing the basic premise of a blog — which is … Continue reading

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New fly fishing blog

Just launched Great Lakes Fly Fishing Blog last week, with Captain Nate and David. You can check out our Lake Erie fishing report here.

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Limiting blogging’s impact on watersheds and angling communities

Last weekend, we found ourselves on another sprawling, supposedly fishless river. Despite the fact that it’s too early for one run, and the other doesn’t officially exist, we ran into a buddy just coming off the water as we got … Continue reading

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New blogs to watch: Day job and the labor of love

So I’m blog crazy, as usual. If you want to know what’s going on with my work life, check out the Uptime Institute Blog. If you’re interested in the social life, check out my new labor of love, No Escape: … Continue reading

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Why blog comments really suck (but not on this blog)

Great blog post about why newspaper comments (and to that end, semi-pro blog comments) don’t really work. Via Matt Nenzanski’s Twitter. Great video sample explaining phenomenon below. Watch Internet Commenter Business Meeting and more funny videos on CollegeHumor

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New green blog for Eugene, Oregon

This weekend my coworker Leah Rosin and I launched a new blog It’s blog about environmental issues and sustainable living in the Lane County area of Oregon. We plan to write about Oregon environmental concerns, eating local, saving energy … Continue reading

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NewsInnovation PDX: Saving journalism in a dead economy

I don’t have much to add to the commentary and great work being done by the folks that organized and hosted the NewsInnovation BarCamp PDX. But if they wanted to start their own online news organization and were hiring… Couple … Continue reading

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