Some Blogs are Good

My ever-so-kind chum Faris over at the excellent TIGS has very kindly nominated me as one of five bloggers that makes him think, and as such, I get to proudly display the above badge and also pass on the honour to five other blogs that stimulate my grey cells.

So, here we go (and I’ve tried to go for sites that haven’t yet been tagged):

First up, I’ll nominate Paul Levinson’s Infinite Regress. For any fan of American TV (especially Lost or Heroes), this is a must-read resource from a rather large player on the US geek scene (which is a compliment!).

Secondly, I’ll point you to Weekly Thunk, the ‘other’ outlet for the brains behind CMM News (everyone’s favourite ‘worst ad blog’). Slightly more low-key than its sister site, this new(ish) blog really is one to watch.

Next, have a look at The Jason Recliner – client side pot-shots from down under; always punchy, well written and honest.

A Closet, written by future Adcentre student Oakie, is always worth a read, not least because he’s blogging in a foreign language and is so enthusiastic. Inspiring stuff.

Finally, who else, but Herr Brown himself. He doesn’t need me to sing his praises, and I’m sure all readers will be familiar with his oeuvre. Always interesting, always fun, always clever, and normally with a touch of madness. A must read.

Say I sent you. Enjoy.

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8 Responses to “Some Blogs are Good”

  1. Marcus Says:

    Madness?

  2. Doug Says:

    in a good way. a very good way 🙂

  3. FishNChimps Says:

    Cheers matey.
    He’s a deep one, that Marcus chap.

  4. Doug Says:

    shame i can’t actually spell the name of the blog 🙂

    oh well, it’s the thought that counts!

  5. FishNChimps Says:

    Well done, you jammy sod! You made page 5 on Campaign!

    I concur with marcus on the featured post… a worthwhile rant!

  6. Doug Says:

    thanks mate – was a pleasant surprise for a grey Thursday morning!

  7. Oakie Says:

    Thanks, i am so happy. and Congrats about the campaign article.

  8. Doug Says:

    Thanks Oakie!

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