eve-bloggers.com has a new owner, but is broken with the loss of google reader. I am interested in watching that space.
Alexia has started another combined independent blogroll, combined with a multiple author site, with some controversy. http://eveblogs.net/blog/2013/07/change-of-focus/ lets Alexia quote the situation on his own terms. I wish him luck in his endeavours, and his hosting of new bloggers might work. My main blog - foo-eve.blogspot.com, will remain on it's own island. It's content is already available for republishing under a creative commons, by attribution, share alike license.
I have tweaked my rules for inclusion on this blogroll, and purged any blogs without posts in the last 6 months.
I am watching the alternative blogrolls with interest. We should get something usable out of the various offerings. I am willing to work with those with (or wishing to start) alternative sites.
I have seen controversy on gaming blogs before, and even been inadvertently involved in them. If you wish to read how I have handled previous controversy, 'please disagree' is an example (even if it was for that other game). (I can also be a royal PITA when the mood takes me.)
What's up with the "EVE Offline" thing at the top? - What is the significance behind it? submitted by /u/roundttwo [link] [comments]
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