Eve blogs have value. I enjoy reading yours. Some of you enjoy reading mine.
TMC and Eve News 24 are good sites to read, but there are more good posts out there than you can find on the larger sites. A new blog is far easier to start than getting picked up by the big names.
Maintaining a basic blogpack is easy. Most of us have sidebars of blogs we read. For some of us, this is only a subset of the actual blogs we read (guilty as charged).
Maintaining a complete list, is somewhat harder. It's never right and takes more time than it should.
As I have said before, I noticed that the eve blogpack was not maintained, and created my own. (foo-blogroll.blogspot.com )
It is crude (I don't do pretty), but it is the largest pack I know.
The reason for me mentioning it, is this post talking about http://www.evebloggers.com/ and the http://blogpack.evebloggers.com/. There are several sites referring to it. Some commentary has been written in the 'heat of the moment'. The realities are that the owners of evebloggers seem to have run out of enthusiasm some months ago;
There are other posts out there. I considered linking them but I would both miss someone (causing offence), and potentially add fuel to fire.
I have been slower than I would have liked adding some recommendations, but these have now been added, and I will go 'trawling' other sites for links again soon.
As I have as the header on my blog roll site:
- Is your Eve blog missing? Is an Eve blog that you read missing? Leave a comment.
- Think you can do better? Leave a comment either volunteering to assist with the lists, take over my blogroll, or leave a link to your alternative offering.
I do have one request. If you think that this list is worth exposing to new players, put a permanent link to foo-blogroll.blogspot.com on your own blog. That kind of cross linking works to grow the community.
This is a cross post to http://foo-blogroll.blogspot.com.au/2013/06/eve-blog-packs.html