Top 5 Emerging Blogs

Stemming from the list and analysis of the Top 10 Trinidad and Tobago Blogs I realized that there were other high quality blogs that either just missed the Top 10 or were not nominated and therefore not on the radar for the compilation.

This list therefore creates a stepping stone into the Top 10.

1. Trinidad Media Arts and Culture
A product of journalist Raymond Ramcharitar who is using it to keep a diary of my last few months in Trinidad and Tobago, because the stories told in the media are about as reliable as a sweaty priest at a choirboy convention, and about as destructive. Raymond’s posts are relatively lengthy but are complete with high quality analysis.

2. Jeremy Taylor – Notes from Port Of Spain
Jeremy Taylor personal blog on International affairs from a Trinidadian perspective also publishes the Caribbean Beat magazine and a contributor to their blog.

3. Keith in Trinidad

4. Chookonloonks
A unique photoblog by Karen featuring daily snapshots and musings. Having recently migrated the archives can be scoured for Trinidad photos with the Flickr stream.

5. Jumbie’s Watch
Jumbie’s Watch is a fairly recent blog authored by self confessed addicted, insomniac technophile, net junkie. Having recently grabbed our attention enough to elicit a response to one of his post with Topical Trini Bloggers, he has provided content on a consistent basis.

These five in addition to the top ten are all ready for RSS prime time and gives you a rounded view of the thoughts and pulse of Trinidad and Tobago.


Allyuh

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2007 Year in Review
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Top 10 Blogs Update

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3 Comments »

2007-05-14 02:30:45
[...] Top 5 Emerging Blogs Not included: Great White Snark. Your list has been judged… and found wanting. Repent. [...]
 
2007-05-22 10:06:51
[...] of the Top 5 Emerging Blogs, Jumbie Watch has hit the 100th post mark. Allyuh recently got to this mark even though Jumbie got [...]
 
Comment by Keith
2007-07-07 18:22:40
Thanks for the “honourable mention”. Much appreciated.
 
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