Like just about everyone else who found Bill Davis’ fantastic World Cup weblog on the front page of Blogger, I’m mentioning it here on The Copydesk and putting a link in the ‘Regulars’ list at the right-hand side of the page.

Not only this, but Bill gave a great plug for Not the World Cup today on his site, which places him very high on my personal list of good guys.

If you’re as football-crazy as I am, you’ll check out his site, then bookmark it and return to it every day during the tournament to find out what he’s been publishing.

I’ve just had a word approved for the PseudoDictionary.

Blogache is now part of the lexicon of Blogging.

Morning After TV is a website based in the UK, offering a twice-weekly newsletter about all the good, bad and ugly things on UK TV this week.

Great site. Great idea.

Hue and Cry frontman and native of my own home town, Pat Kane has launched his own weblog, using Blogger.

It’s fairly rudimentary in its design, especially for a gregarious character like Pat, but the words all seem to be in the right order, which is more in line with his prosaic style.

What’s the point of having a national lottery, if there’s no chance you’re going to win it?

Worse still, the Chief Executive of the lottery openly admitting you’re never going to win it.

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