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Personal blogs are run by a single individual or a small group representing that individual, and focus on the personal lives or experiences of their subjects with a series of regularly or semi-regularly updated posts.
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Kris Carr

http://www.kris-carr.com

Film & Television , Personal Blogs

Born in Alexandria, VA and raised in The Woodlands, TX, Carr has always had a knack for making people laugh. Throughout her youth, she was heavily involved in the arts; from performing in plays, writing original works, and doing stand up. Carr graduated from Saint Edward's University in Austin, TX in 2009 with the full intention of working in the communications field by taking a job in the advertising department at a local paper. Fate, however, had something else in store for Carr. The sam...

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The Inner Workings of Winn

http://www.AlexanderWinn.com

Professional Blogs , Personal Blogs

The official blog of filmmaker, writer, designer and programmer Alexander Winn. Alexander Winn is, among other things, a writer, producer, and director of live-action and machinima films. Winn is best known as one of the two founding members of Edgeworks Entertainment, and as the writer, director, co-producer and composer of the award-winning Halo machinima series The Codex Series, which consists of The Codex, released in 2005, and its prequel, The Heretic, released in 2007. He has also pub...

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Blogger

http://www.blogger.com

Blogs , Personal Blogs

Blogger is a blog-publishing service that allows multi-user blogs with time-stamped entries. It was developed by Pyra Labs, which was bought by Google in 2003. Generally, the blogs are hosted by Google at a subdomain of blogspot.com. A user can have up to 100 blogs per account. Up until May 1, 2010, Blogger allowed users to publish blogs on other hosts, via FTP. All such blogs had (or still have) to be moved to Google's own servers, with domains other than blogspot.com allowed via custom URLs...

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Sean Green Blogging

http://seangreenblogging.wordpress.com

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Small blog about anime, technology, books, photography, and random thoughts. I made this blog initially because I have ideas and opinions that I find interesting, therefore I thought that someone somewhere else out there would probably find them interesting as well and that meant I would probably find their ideas interesting as well. I still feel that way. So this blog is for that person who finds my ideas, thoughts, and opinions interesting. If you think you are that person then by all means...

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Every Day is a Holiday

http://www.alwaysaholiday.com

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I’m Carrie, a third year, oboe playing, board game loving, newlywed, music student at Portland State University. This blog project is to celebrate a national holiday every day and remember why every day is special. Want to follow along with me? http://www.brownielocks.com/ has a list of days for you to look into and see what’s coming up! Now that I’ve gotten the hang of this, year two will be even better, if that’s possible!!

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HappyJoeInTheWorld

http://happyjoeintheworld.blogspot.com

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Just a Joe wanting to be happy, trying to figure out how, stumbling of course along the way, having occasionally something to say, hoping to maintain a balance between seriousness that is work and naughtiness that is play!

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That Frequent Visitor

http://www.thatfrequentvisitor.com

Literature , Personal Blogs

"A warm welcome awaits you at the Clifford Mansion..." Get ready for the most awaited Paranormal Romance of 2015 from bestselling Author K. Hari Kumar a.k.a John Harker. A spine chilling thriller that will redefine horror and blend Gothic Fiction with Indian Folklore. That Frequent Visitor is the story of One Man who'll defy death for the One he loves.

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BookLikes

http://booklikes.com

Personal Blogs , Literature

BookLikes is a global, free, and independent blog platform designed for book reviewers, writers, and bloggers. Join BookLikes to create your own book blog. You can collect books, discover new ones, win giveaways, and stay connected with other book lovers.

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Grow in Virtue

http://www.GrowInVirtue.com

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This site is my personal attempt (and some times struggle) to grow in virtue, for a happier, simple and more contented life, with the continual goal of growing closer to God. In 2003 I started to question my life, the direction I was headed, and I started to question other things too. At a time when I seemed to be doing well (career, money, friends, health, vacations), God seemed to have a different plan for me. I won’t bore you with all the details, but in December of 2004, I became Cat...

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The Smart Passive Income Blog

http://smartpassiveincome.com

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I used to have a 9 to 5 job, which I really did enjoy. I was working as a Job Captain in an architecture firm and loving the line of work I was in. I had no plans to leave, but unfortunately there are some things you cannot control (like the economy) and so, in 2008 I was laid off. Getting laid off is a weird feeling. One day you think everything is fine and for whatever reason the next day you don’t really know what you’re supposed to do anymore. Instead of feeling bad about it, I imm...

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