If you’re a Colorado blogger, leave a comment (and a link) in the “Drinks” under this post.
There are hundreds, if not thousands, of politically-oriented blog sites, but only a limited number on psychology and psychiatry. ColoradoPsycho.com is a full-blown information and advocacy Web site, and its Weblog (on the homepage) is designed so that I can screen any incoming reader comments before posting them (none have been rejected so far). I seek to inform the public and use this platform to stand up for the rights of the mentally ill.
Charles M. Sakai
(alias “Bloodthirsty Warmonger”)
Yes, sir, yessir, I am a Colorado blogger.
do you actually have to blog about colorado to be a colorado blogger?
i think i still count.
riting on the wall
From Littleton -
Right We Are!
The northern Dork, at your service!
Right in the shadow of NORAD.
I grew up in Durango, CO. Does that count?
Hey, I think I’m one of those!
The World Wide Rant
Wait, do I know you? And what is this evil plan you seem to be hatching with this request? Where’s my tin foil?
thanks for the info
Guess where I live.
I’m a Colorado blogger who is currently sort of between blogs. The Ace of Justice is still there, but I’m currently not doing much with it. I’m launching a new blog in August called The Speculist devoted to (surprisingly enough) speculative subjects. One of the features of this new blog will be a weekly interview with a prominent individual who has something important to say about the future. Here are a few of the folks I have lined up:
Aubrey de Grey Professor, Cambridge UniversityCurrently working on developing a cure for human aging.
Christine Peterson, President, Foresight Institute.Co-author of Unbounding the Future: the Nanotechnology Revolution. Coiner of the term “open-source software.”
Alex Lightman, Founder of Charmed TechnologiesAuthor, Brave New Unwired World.
Ramona, Artificial Person.Ray Kurzweil’s AI alter-ego.
Stephen, with your gift for social engineering as demonstrated in your post about solving the race problem in America, I think I should schedule an interview with you, too. What do you say?
Stephen, are you planning a get together? TalkLeft is Colorado born and written, right in the heart of Denver.
On summer nights I can hear the sounds of Lakeside Amusement Park, if there isn’t too much traffic on I-70 at the time.
Sorry to comment twice, but on Jeralyn’s question about a get-together: maybe we need something like a Colorado version of Glenn Reynolds’ Rocky Top Brigade.
You know, only better, because we’re Colorado and they’re Tennessee.
OK, kids — check your email accounts. If you didn’t get an email from Melissa and I via Evite, then send me an email and let me know.
A Colorado boy since ’78. Smack dab in the middle of sprawlsville, U.S.A. (Highlands Ranch/Centennial/Littleton)
Jared — what’s your email address?
Stephen, I’m hurt you didn’t just _know_ I’m a Colorado blogger…my faith in the VodkaPundit will never be the same.