So I've added some links to the blogroll without mentioning them, and I'm thinking that wasn't such a great idea, especially because they deserve your attention.
Chromasia is an award-winning photoblog by David J. Nightingale. On it you will find beautiful pictures. I'd elaborate but in this case less is more. Check it out.
The eponymous Angry John Sellers is an equally personal blog produced by a very funny magazine writer in Brooklyn. I recently met him at a magazine dinner (we contribute to the same publication) and am proud to say he made me feel like I have a lot to learn. Watch for his forthcoming book on indie rock.
Radosh, brought to us by Daniel Radosh, the writer of many thought-provoking New Yorker Talk stories among other things, continues to inspire with issues disparate ranging from Scarlett Johannsen, porn, and neo-Nazis to the iPod shuffle, Dan Rather, and Malcom Gladwell.
Megnut, a great techie I have yet to meet, offers me recipes, tech rumors, cultural opinions, and photoblogging info I find indispensable and entertaining.
And James Wolcott, well, what to say about James Wolcott? Do you know who he is? He's crazy. He's brilliant. He's offensive. He's not. He's a Vanity Fair columnist who thinks he's God, and quite often he can persuade you that he's right.