Sunday, March 2, 2008

Eco-Libris blog is awarded and awarding the Excellent Blog Award

Last month the Publishing Curve blog was awarded with the Excellent Blog Award by the Publishing Careers blog. By accepting this Excellent Blog Award, you have to award it to 10 more people whose blogs you find worthy of it. The Publishing Curve chose ten blogs to award them and this blog was honored to be one of them!

Thank you very much to the Publishing Curve. That's really a great honor, and we're very happy about it. We would like to continue the tradition and give 10 of our favorite blogs with the Excellent Blogger Award.

The following list includes both Raz and Eylon favorite blogs:

1. Chekhov's Mistress - This is a damn good Litblog by Budd Parr.

2. Post Punk Kitchen - Spicy vegan blog. Recipes, rants and disruption.

3. Mudd Up! - My favorite music blog. A truly humbling experience in the coolest way possible for anyone who considers himself eclectic and knowledgeable in the ways of music.

4. Two Steps Forward - This is one of the best blogs on green business. Here you will learn all you need to know on green biz from one of the most knowledgeable people in this area.

5. Treehugger - The most popular green blog and the place where you can read the most interesting and updated stories on green life style.

6. Victoria-E - The blog of Victoria-E (Victoria Everman) is one of my favorite soruces for interesting information on green, crafty, and DIY living.

7. No Impact Man - I follows this blog written by Colin Beavan since he strated with his unique urban experience. In one word: fascinating!

8. Library Stuff - This is a library weblog, where you can find interesting stories and news on books and of course on libraries.

9. Conscience of a Liberal - The blog of Paul Krugman, an Op-Ed columnist for The New York Times and someone who I always learn from when it comes to policy and economics.

10. Transition Culture - This interesting blog, written by Rob Hopkins, is about the transition phase we're currently going through with regards to the tackling peak oil and climate change challenges we're facing.

Raz @ Eco-Libris