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Today is Late Final day.

Sometimes I'll go to a blog on my blogroll and wonder why there are no comments and why the blog does not have a bigger audience.

So I decided to do something useful with my traffic and - pardon the phrase that might make you think of a really crappy movie - pay it foward. I'll point you toward one of these blogs each day. Maybe two. Or three.

For now, please go read Late Final. Ed Moltzen is interesting, informative, intelligent and writes on a host of subjects, mostly politics and news. He has recurring themes such as Death Row Watch, California's Law and Order Deficit and a Corrpution Watch. He also adds baseball, music and book reviews into the mix. He throws out links to plenty of other blogs - some of you may find yourself if you read through his posts - and not a day goes by that I don't find something at Late Final that I didn't know about.

Please, leave him some comments, let him know you dropped by and think about adding him to your blogroll.

Go, read. I want to see evidence that you were there.

If you know of a blog that doesn't get the amount of attention you think it deserves, please let me know and I'll highlight it.

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Michele wrote: Sometimes I'll go to a blog on my blogroll and wonder why there are no comments and why [Read More]

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I'm sure you're not asking for link whores here, but I'd love more readers or any advice on ways to improve my site. I've been stuck at just over 30 readers a day for several months.

Sad thing is Michele, that one can't always tell what will spur people to comment. Traffic helps, but not always.

I've written posts that I labored over for hours, thinking they were sure-fire winners and gotten two or three comments. Others, that I whipped off at the last minute got two or three hundred comments.

I asked my readers once if they just didn't get all my posts. The answer that came back overwhelmingly was, "Sometimes I just couldn't think of any clever to reply with. You said it right in the post."

Dave, your commenters scare me. More than you scare me.

I mean that in the best possible way.

You mean, aside from one's own blog?

There was supposed to be a :) at the end of that comment.

Note to self: Previewing is a Good Thing ™.

I would like to throw a couple of blogs out there for consideration.

Check out Anthony over at http://www.circant.com/

and

Ken over at http://www.inkjetbluesjournal.com/

These are both highly entertaining, well-rounded, well-written blogs and should be, in my opinion, on more people's daily's.

See what you think.

I like this one; http://braden.weblogs.com/
Its got some really good stuff

Would it be okay if I plugged a daily comic strip? This is the best-written comic strip available today, in ANY format. Do you miss Calvin and Hobbes or Bloom County? Give Sheldon a try.

http://www.unitedmedia.com/comics/sheldon/index.html

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