A weekly feature in which I link the most intriguing blog posts I came across this week. Part roundup, part link love, with the ultimate goal to simply increase awareness of the work of some excellent bloggers I have met.
Humboldt'sClio rants about the phenomena of teens, cell phones, and global priorities that is sure to spark debate. Liberal Dem made the sad announcement that he is taking a break, perhaps permanently, from blogging. This is a definite loss to the Toledo blogging community, and I hope that he returns.
Hooda Thunkit is still hammering away about Toledo's trash fee scandal. Historychic has a lengthy article on Jewish Physicians in the Holocaust that highlights a little known facet of European history.
Microdot discusses the French prohibition against political ads in the hours before an election, while taking us on a picturesque tour through the countryside near Badefols d'Ans. Finally, Lisa Renee wonders why there is a massive bee die-off around the globe, and offers informative links to the potentially catastrophic environmental change.
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