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Time for wasting
We're guessing if you're reading this right now, you've got a little bit of time to kick back and be good to your own good self. The contributors to LAist spend an awful lot of time on the internet, and we've compiled this list of some of our favorite blogs for just this kind of moment. A sampling: defamer, gizmodo, terra non firma... aw heck, why cheat yourself? The whole kit & caboodle is after the jump.
Veiled Conceit - the funniest, snarkiest blog about the New York Times Weddings page you will ever read.
Terra Non Firma - Marissa's blog is where to go for the latest design and LA architecture news. Plus, she's really girly and smart, smart, smart.
Recycled Cholo Knows (by Barrio Marlon Brando. Excellent! - ed)
1947 Project - Murder and mayhem in LA in 1947...what's not to love?
Deep End Dining - Eddie Lin's a fearless foodie who wil (and does) eat anything. He's building media cred with his blog; he's a regular on KPCC's Pacific Drift and acting as Technical Advisor for an episode of "CSI:NY"
Lindsay William-Ross: - LA-themed blogs
The Fourth Rail
the unofficial apple weblog
digg (not really a blog per se but still interesting)
Carolyn Kellogg: a handful of wonderul litblogs
The Elegant Variation - based in LA, smart about everything
Edward Champion's Return of the Reluctant - the hardest working man in litblogness
Metaxu Cafe - a new literary community
Shaken & Stirred - Gwenda is an enthusiastic writer and reader who isn't too snobby to admit her love for Veronica Mars
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What did we miss? The comments are all yours.
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