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Thursday, December 28, 2006

Some 2006 'Best Of' Lists

Natalie Bennett and Peter Tatchell did not win their categories in the Guardian Comment is Free blogs 'Best of 2006' lists, But well done to them on getting nominated and having a good showing. As promised, here are some of my own 'Best of 2006' lists - purely my personal opinion of course!

Top Ten Blogs I Have Read In 2006

1. Another Green World
2. Daily (Maybe)
3. Dave's Part
4. Stroppyblog
5. Life is Complicated
6. International Rooksbyism
7. Philobiblon
8. Cllr Matt Sellwood
9. Peter Tatchell
10. Lenin's Tomb

(All the above are linked in my blogroll and links column)

Top Ten Websites I Have Visited In 2006

1. Wikipedia
2. Urban 75
3. Indymedia - (UK)
4. Guardian Unlimited
5. Lobbywatch -(UK)
6. Z Net
7. Green Party of England and Wales
8. Solidarity Economy
9. IWW - (UK)
10. Spokesman Books

(All the above are linked in my links column)

Top Ten Books I Have Read Or Re-Read In 2006

1. The Star Fraction (read along with three other Fall Revolution Novels) - Ken MacLeod
2. Past Caring - Robert Goddard
3. Babylon and Beyond - Derek Wall
4. Dubliners - James Joyce
5. The Invisibles Graphic Novels - Grant Morrison and Others
6. Devil Water - Anya Seton
7. The Plantagenet Chronicles - Edited By Elizabeth Hallam
8. Hamlet's Mill - Giorgio de Santillana and Hertha von Dechend
9. The Golden Bough (1922 Abridged Edition) - James George Frazer
10. Stephen Hero - James Joyce

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At 9:08 pm, Anonymous a very public sociologist said...

Shamefully I read none of them, except for a (signed) copy of DW's B&B :P

At 9:45 pm, Blogger Louisefeminista said...

Hey Greenman,

Thanks for including Stroppyblog in your top ten. Much appreciated.

Happy 2007 and blogging...


At 12:58 am, Blogger Jim Jay said...

Ooooh you're lovely - thanks!

At 4:34 pm, Blogger Louisefeminista said...

"Ooooh you're lovely - thanks"!

Yes, I also second what Jim says as well....

At 11:12 pm, Blogger Derek Wall said...

cheers and thanks for helping to make it a tremendous year for ecosocialism in the UK!

At 8:16 pm, Anonymous studentmedic said...

Thanks for the mention! Your blog was one of the reasons I started!

Happy 2007!


At 11:33 am, Blogger greenman said...

Thanks for all your comments.
Have a wonderful New Year and happy blogging and reading in 2007!


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