Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Blogs of the Month & Tsunami Charities 

OK, so it's February 16th, and I'm just getting around to changing the Blogs of the Month. Neither me nor my blog have ever been about punctuality anyway, heh. Here are the three newest Blogs of the Month:

* Jeff Simmermon. He previously posted about his experiences with Iraqi voters at his local US voting station. There's more to his blog than the one post. Most of the posts are about personal life.

* Not exactly a blog, a magazine instead: Red And Blue. Recommended by a favorite read of mine, Joe Gandelman's Moderate Voice, this new webzine comes from the creator of Iron Blog. Red and Blue promises to give both sides of the political debate on various issues in a calm, reasonable, non-vein popping style. I'll be damned.

* Jerry Brown. California's former Governor Moonbeam has become the Mayor of Oakland, now known for his efforts to reduce crime and bring business to Oakland. His first post is a defense of Oakland's controversial curfew for those on probation. (Hat tip: Jeff Jarvis.)

Also, I'm moving the tsunami charity list from the blogroll to this posting, in case someone wants to view it in the future:

Tsunami Relief Efforts

Amazon's Tsunami Donation Page

International aid organizations:

UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund)
United Nations' World Food Programme
Medecins Sans Frontieres / Doctors without Borders
CARE International
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies


Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) - comprises a raft of aid agencies, including the below and others.
British Red Cross
Save the Children UK

North America:

American Red Cross
Canadian Red Cross
Save The Children
Oxfam America
Webloggers: Give to tsunami victims and I'll give too!

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