Mood Vane: So many of the South Florida blogs that I am following are Miami-Dade centric. So it's nice to discover one that does a great job in covering Fort Lauderdale. Here's how Mood Vane's Courtney Hambright describes herself and her blog...
I am a professional writer with a big heart and a grinning mind. I am interested in people of note and ordinary folks, music, movies, books, stand-up comedy, oddities and the living of life. I have a few personal writing projects that are important to me, and Moodvane is one of them. Moodvane is my blog, a place where I share my photographs, experiences and opinions. Check in from time to time for a couple of regularly (weekly) featured pieces.Mood Vane has been up and running since April 2008 and uses the WordPress platform. Courtney loves integrating photos into her posts and you'll find lots of them in the 3-column format that she uses. Dipping back into the archives, it appears as though Mood Vane posts every 3 to 4 days.
Victorian literature and rock ‘n’ roll forever.
I don't know about you, but I'm really looking forward to getting some rare Broward County coverage on the blogroll.
Rat Radio: Head south down the coast from Mood Vane's territory and you eventually run into
Rat Radio has posted inconsistently since its inception last January, but for the most part it looks like Rafa is trying to come up with something new at least once a a week.
Welcome to both Mood Vane and Rat Radio!
Unfortunately, we also have to say adios to blogs when they stop posting or slow down to a degree that makes it hard to keep them on the blogroll. As a point of information, if a blog hasn't posted anything in 2 months or so, I tend to move it to the inactive file.
Here are a few that you will no longer see on the SFDB blogroll.
- Dizzy Blonde: dead.
- Miami Provocateur: last post October 28th.
- Stuff You Think You Need: moved to Tampa.
- Press Chops: last post October 24th.
These blogs will continue to be followed off-line and if they do reactivate, I will make sure to place them back on the blogroll.
That should do it for this edition of Hellos and Goodbyes. Have a good one.