By Nancy Matthis | Sunday, March 14th, 2010 at 3:10 pm
There are three great posts in a row in News and Opinion over at Fort Hard Knox today. All are of interest to bloggers and others who live in the Blogosphere.
At the top is Basic HTML, with referrals to websites where you can learn to write the code that formats posts on weblogs. But the real jewel in this article is the accompanying picture. Visit the Fort and take a look.
Next up is Blogging Laws, an important guide to bloggers to avoid getting sued for slander. This post reminds us that in addition to expressing their own opinions, the bloggers at the Fort are always trying to empower and improve the larger blogging community, and we love them for it.
Finally, there is the definition of an important term in conservative blogging circles in the piece What’s a Moonbat? We always knew it referred to slightly unhinged liberals, whose policies rely on faith rather than fact. But we learned a couple of new things about the third stage of a moon-bound rocket and the originally tagged liberal George Monbiot, an environmental activist who writes for The Guardian.
The Fort’s News and Opinion is always well worth a visit.
[Editor's note 1/15/2011: Fort Hard Knox went dark last year, and the articles are no longer available.]
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