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  1. Blyth
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    I liked the links and I clicked on a few…and I understand about the old blog rolls.

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    Wow, what a lovely surprise that was! Thank you, Margaret. I clicked on the other links and enjoyed some good reads. Like you, I’m still undecided about a blogroll, but I think this is a great idea. I am probably more likely to click on three or four blogs that have been recommended by another blogger than to visit every link on their blogroll. I suppose a short blogroll that is constantly rotated is an alternative, though. I will be interested to see what other commenters think.

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      “smile”. I rather liked the recommendation approach when i saw it done. I guess if we find we’re always linking to a core of people that’s when an actual roll might come into its own.

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    Great idea. I struggled with the blogroll thing, so decided to do the same as you have done. I also love tea.

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    I too find the blog rolls very often are outdated. I have one at my miniatures site and recently discovered that one of them doesn´t exist any more. I don´t have many links only those I have used myself in the past but still you cant be everywhere. And of course should go over them to update them.
    On the blog I mostly blog on I give links in the postings if they are relevant. And of course it is quite impossible to check them all. Just the other week I discovered that a link to the city council about the history of the schools in the area that I posted with photographs of schools didn´t exist anymore.
    So a small blogroll with active links is a good idea. But still a little work if you don´t visit them regularly.
    I wish you all a good day!

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  5. Amy
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    Thanks for mentioning me in your blog… 🙂

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