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August 04, 2011

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GregLinster

Wow, I feel honored to be mentioned in this post Kent! I've enjoyed all of our discussions immensely and, as always, I enjoy reading TFP, which is a personal favorite.

Here are some other blogs I read regularly that cover a variety of topics:

-The Healthy Skeptic (http://thehealthyskeptic.org/about) A great blog that questions much of the mainstream advice about health and well-being.

-The Politics of Well-Being (http://www.politicsofwellbeing.com/) This is the blog of British journalist, Jules Evans, and it covers philosophy, psychology, and the politics of it all.

-The Technium (http://www.kk.org/thetechnium/) I'm fascinated by technology and the philosophy of technology. Kevin Kelly frequently shares radical and provocative ideas on the blog.

-Beyond Growth (http://beyondgrowth.net/) Duff and Eric, the main authors at BG, critique and explore the personal development field.

-Evolvify (http://evolvify.com/) Andrew Badenoch's site is all about the controversial field of evolutionary psychology. Although I don't always agree with him, he writes with a sense of tremendous sarcasm and wit, which I find very entertaining.

Kent @ The Financial Philosopher

Greg,

It's all my pleasure! Our online discussions remind me of what I see as the original form of dialectic, beginning with Socrates and extending to Plato and Aristotle.

Here are more of my favorites:

SharpBrains: http://www.sharpbrains.com/

Finance Trends Matter: http://financetrends.blogspot.com/

Abnormal Returns: http://abnormalreturns.com/

The Epicurean Dealmaker: http://epicureandealmaker.blogspot.com/

The Emotion Machine: http://www.theemotionmachine.com/

David

Thanks for the kind mention here, Kent.

Already checked out a few of the blogs mentioned in your post and comments section. Leads!

Kent @ The Financial Philosopher

David: Your site (Finance Trends Matter) is a value to me. You never spin the facts into some kind of ideology. Thanks for your work at FTM and for reading my blog...

Kent

David

Very kind of you, Kent.

I definitely have a bias (pro-"free markets", liberty) and outlook skewed towards global macro or technical trading in my writing, which I try to be very up front and transparent about. Glad to know there are readers who don't feel bludgeoned by it!

Your site is a great resource for me. In my view, it is one of the few truly original blogs in the finance sphere and I always learn something when I stop by. So thanks again, and please keep writing!

Caitlin - Leadership Development

Feel free to call me boring but I just couldn't agree more! These wonderful tips will greatly help me improve my blog portfolio even more.

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