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A Grand Coalition

Something I meant to mention earlier, but put on the back burner for the duration of the usual November Nonsense: Rad Geek People’s Daily is now syndicated at Anarchoblogs, a rad project that Anarchogeek launched a bit more than a month ago in order to raise awareness of anarchist weblogs and build community and conversations between anarchist webloggers.

If you’re interested in the technical jots and tittles, Anarchoblogs tracks the Atom feed of Geekery Today, and then uses Planet Planet to aggregate posts with posts from all the other feeds that it tracks, and shoehorn the results into an HTML template and some syndication format feeds. If you’re not interested in the technical jots and tittles, the main thing that you need to know is that Anarchoblogs is a great place to find out about anarchist weblogs you haven’t read before, and to keep track of what’s going on on their sites all in one place. All in all, a very cool project cobbled together out of some neat, low-energy hacks.

Give it a look. If you’re an anarchist (autonomist, voluntaryist, syndicalist, whatever), submit your site. Keep on rocking in the free world.

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  1. John Lopez

    I wonder how long the No-Treason.com feed would last there.

  2. Rad Geek

    Lopez: “I wonder how long the No-Treason.com feed would last there.”

    A fair question. I don’t know–as it stands the site is definitely flying the red and black flag. William Gillis and I seem to be the most market anarchism-friendly folks in the bunch at the moment. Of course, you could always give it a try by e-mailing the URI for No Treason’s feed to rabble and seeing what he says.

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