But, as many of you noted in your comments, many blogs are not by professional writers--but are still interesting, due to the quality of the comments from the main author and other contributors.
Here are a few other blogs that you and your classmates say you look at - some more regularly than others. Some are written by journalists, while others are not:
- Wonkette, the D.C. Gossip, at www.wonkette.com
- Pink is the New Blog
- www.livemusicblog.com (devoted to indie/jamband music)
- www.blogmaverick.com (the Mark Cuban Weblog)
- http://surfinglist.com/cblog/ (a surfer's blog)
- www.lostremote.com (a television and media blog)
- www.marclamonthill.com/mlhblog/ (a professor who blogs)
- http://blog.washingtonpost.com/capitalsinsider/ (on the Washington Capitals)
- http://dc.metblogs.com/ (on D.C.-area topics, from politics to Metro)
- http://dilbertblog.typepad.com/ (by the Dilbert cartoonist)
- http://blog.washingtonpost.com/redskinsinsider/ (on the Redskins)
To find more, try the search tool www.technorati.com; news sites such as www.washingtonpost.com, www.chron.com and www.usatoday.com and (which often host reporters as bloggers); and blogging tools, such as www.blogger.com.