metroblogging

April 13, 2006 | 2 Comments

metrobloggingRecently, I ran across metroblogging:

With almost 50 active sites, Metroblogging is the largest and fastest growing network of city-specific blogs on the Web. From San Francisco to Bangkok, from Karachi to Toronto, Metblogs are a hyper-local look at what’s going on in the city. Our hand-picked core of regional bloggers give each site a new perspective on daily life; less calendar listings, more friendly advice. With Metblogs, you can read about life and times in your neighborhood, your favorite places to visit, places where you’ve never been, or get a feel for them all with the daily “best of” blog on the hub at metroblogging.com.

It’s an enlightening way to hear about what is going on and to get the pulse of whatever city you are near. (If you find this site as useful as I, go vote for it on inbreaking.com.)

  • So when will the author of SeattleDayTrips.com apply to write for MetroBlogging?

  • Thanks for the heads up, J. I just signed up for the MetroBlogging OC page… hopefully I’ll be in the know now! That and I can always watch The OC or The Desperate Housewives of the OC to see what’s going on!

    Peace.