Monday, January 29, 2007

Thought Clusters - Krishna Kumar

Krishna Kumar of "Thought Clusters" is a native of India currently working as a project manager at Ivesia Solutions. He lives in Londonderry, New Hampshire.

Through this recently created blog, he comments on his observations on business management, personal learning, information technology processes and software products. [He has been blogging for about ten months].

His blog makes for some really fascinating reading. I particularly enjoyed his "Quick Review of Google Products." I'm a Google fan, but haven't had a chance to check everything out myself. Now, I don't need to!

The more you read this blog, the more you realize that some concerns are universal, and that anyone using a Microsoft operating system will experience the "blue screen of death," at least once.


Saturday, January 13, 2007

Lost Nation.TV

Can you spell TACT? Well good for you.

But you don't find much of it on Lost Nation.TV Instead you get raw politics on the half shell.

You can't help but be be impressed with the content, and quality of the articles-- the result of the combined abilities of the blog's contributors, Jack McEnany ("the father of the political blog"), Joe Bergeron and John Klossner.

Politics on both the national and local levels are covered here. I personally found the blog to be thought provoking and entertaining at the time same. They easily deserve a spot on my "Best of New Hampshire: Political Blogs."


Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Every Tomorrow

Nikkiana, of Every Tomorrow, is a Suncook resident, and works from home. She is currently a Windows-refugee (i.e. a Mac user), but doesn't want to be defined by her operating system.

She enjoys learning about (and blogging about) the latest technology and toys (such as Wii), every day life, and her latest knitted creations.

Some of her eclectic writing categories are Geek Speek, Faith/Confessions, and Have a Happy [Blank].

Her blog is true eye-candy, and look for the "easter egg" that changes her blog's background.

Definitely worth a visit, and a revisit--not tomorrow, today.


Thursday, January 04, 2007

Seacoast NRG

The byline states that this blog is news, analysis and opinion on energy issues for the New Hampshire-Main Seacoast region.

Seacoast NRG, is impressive (and trust me, I'm not easy to impress). Its blogmaster, Adam, is articulate, knowledgeable, and sometimes tongue-in-cheeck funny.

I especially enjoyed his "Carboney Awards"--his choice for this year's top ten UNDER-achievers in conservation.

The blog itself is pleasing to the eye, with every article usually accompanied by photographs or likenesses. The articles are fairly brief, but packed with great conservation information, written so that anyone from 8 to 88 can understand.

Because of this blog's high quality, easy-to-understand articles, PLUS the author's sense of humor, I'm going to include this blog as one of the "Best of New Hampshire Blogs," filed under "NH Farming, Earth-Safe, Nature Blogs."