Time to update our blogroll. Here are some more blogs that we (at least occasionally) read, and recommend. We'll start with The Head Heeb, the blog of our friend Jonathan Edelstein. Jonathan brings together news from all over the world, including a lot of places that you don't usually get news from. If you'd like to know the political situation in the Comoros Islands or Equatorial Guinea, the Head Heeb has the scoop. And much more besides. Tacitus is a blog about, mostly, war and politics. It has (in American political terms) a fairly conservative orientation. There's often interesting discussion in the comments threads. Obsidian Wings is a spinoff from Tacitus, founded a few weeks ago by my old friend Moe Lane. It's a group blog of three bloggers. Moe is conservative, Katherine is liberal, and von isn't sure where he stands. This blog is still coming together, but it looks very promising. Uncertain Principles is another conservative blog, this one with a libertarian point of view. Jim Henley has a unique and interesting perspective. At the other end of the political spectrum, Normblog is the blog of Norman Geras, a British Marxist. I never had a very high opinion of Marxists, and living in Serbia and Romania did nothing to change that. But Norm is an interesting fellow, and his blog is worth a read. What the hell, here's another one: Harry's Place. Harry is a British Socialist Worker, which is different from a British Marxist in some way that I don't entirely understand. But his blog is pretty good, too. Bored with politics? Jump into something much more interesting: law! The Volokh Conspiracy is a blog about American law, legal philosophy, and, yes, some politics. Another mixed blog -- politics, economics, science fiction, whatever takes his fancy -- is Patrick Nielsen Hayden's Electrolite. I often disagree with Patrick, but he's a good writer who provides lots of interesting cites and links. Language Hat is a blog about linguistics. Both of us find it very interesting. For something really different, there's The Three-Toed Sloth. The Sloth posts only when he feels like it, appropriately enough, and honestly I don't understand about half of what he's saying. But some of his stuff is just amazing. Finally, Randy McDonald's Livejournal will give you an idea of what it's like to be a young university student in that strange land, Canada. Enjoy.