What's in a Blogroll
Monday, June 7, 2004 at 2:42 pm | Comments off
Those of you who have blogs, how do you decide which sites will get added to your blogroll? (You do have a blogroll, don't you?) Personally, I see a blogroll as a way to link to other blogs that not only interest me, but are also written by people whom I respect. All the sites in my blogroll (er, at least the sites that are actually blogs ;) are the sites of people whom I respect, for one reason or another. Many of these people were very influential in my conversion from legacy markup to standards-compliance and CSS-based design. Others have writing that is just too good to pass up. Think Dunstan and Ethan - their posts make me smile. Or laugh.
I'm not likely to add someone's site just because they write and ask me to, even if they offer a reciprocal link. I'm guessing that most other bloggers feel the same way and only add sites to their blogroll on their own terms. What criteria do you have for linking to other blogs?
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