Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 18, 2006
Oklahoma investigators just revealed that child murderer Kevin Underwood blogged about his plans to murder and eat his 10-year-old neighbor, Jamie Rose Bolin. Kidnapper/ killer Joseph Edward Duncan III kept a blog (http://fifthnail.blogspot.com/2005_05_01_fifthnail_archive.html) up to two days before kidnapping 8-year-old Shasta Groene and killing her family in Idaho.
Can either of these men, whose blogs let them spread their inner thoughts throughout the Internet, find an impartial jury? Author Adrienne Crew ponders this question in “Blogosphere: Best of Blogs,” a book version of “Best of Blog” lists that previously have only been accessible as magazine or newspaper articles. Finally, readers can find blogs on everything from gossip, parenting, environmental issues and everything else blog-worthy collected in one new book: "Blogosphere: Best of Blogs."
Organized into sections based on interests and moods, the book lists the best and worst blogs out there, along with the reasons for their selection. Complete with searching tips and strategies, "Blogosphere: Best of Blogs" helps readers find the greatest voices in the blogging universe.
"Blogosphere: Best of Blogs" is the perfect guide for bloggers and non-bloggers. Bloggers can use the book to explain blogging to people unfamiliar with the blog culture, while non-bloggers can learn what all the blogging hype is about.
Visit http://www.blogsbestof.com for more information.
About Author Adrienne Crew
Ms. Crew is a Los Angeles-based attorney and blog researcher.
In her free time, she is the co-editor of the Los Angeles group blog LAist.com, where her focus is interviewing LA’s own best and brightest.
Ms. Adrienne Crew available for interviews to speak on blogs' legal and cultural ramifications
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