Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Two non-political sites

Via a comment and an e-mail here are two more local sites, neither of which explicitly deals with politics!

Surveying, Mapping and GIS
A site by David G. Smith of Scranton. "This site has been developed to discuss a wide variety of topics revolving around acquisition, maintenance and development of surveying, mapping, and GIS data and applications." Don't be intimidated. Check it out! He's got some really cool stuff there!

GoPoKo - "Changing the way you view NEPA"
From the webmaster: "GoPoKo is a small company that promotes local bars and entertainment in Northeastern Pennsylvania." Lots of links for local entertainment. Things to do when you're not reading NEPA Blogs!

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

What a difference a day makes

Winter: March 20, 2007, 7:12 PM EDT

Spring: March 21, 2007 12:23 PM EDT

I just read about this site in today's Wilkes-Barre Citizens' Voice, though the Pittston Sunday Dispatch did an article back on March 4. It's a site all about Duryea, PA, called Background on the site is on the main page, and click here for the site's contents. I'll be listing this in the "Sites About NEPA" category.

Sunday, March 18, 2007

Doc Leonardi joins the fray

2006 Republican nominee for the 11th Congressional District Joe Leonardi has started blogging on the state of the Republican Party and he's not happy about it judging by his first post.

The Independent, Conservative, Common Sense Oasis

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Luzerne County: Where Blogs Go To Die

Why am I writing a blog? Because people in the real world won't listen to to me, no matter how many bells I ring or sandwich boards I wear.

I think that's why we all do it. That and our letters to the editor aren't published or chopped up beyond recognition. Let's hope this one sticks around.

Luzerne County: Where Blogs Go To Die