Wednesday, March 07, 2007

The Best in the Biz (Paul Kimball)

If you are even remotely interested in UFOs, or the paranormal, then here are some sites / blogs you should be checking every day.

I second Paul's recommendations. Here are a (very) few others worth perusing on a regular, if not positively obsessive, basis:

1.) Always skeptical, inspiring and forward-thinking, Mondolithic Sketchbook is perhaps the futurology blog, beautifully crafted by a couple of the best digital artists in the world.

2.) I'm an unrepentant Boing Boing addict. The definitive guide to geek-chic doo-dads and cultural curiosities.

3.) Updated daily, The Anomalist is a miasma of strange phenomena and unexpected discoveries -- sort of a fortean Boing Boing for scholars of the strange and curious bystanders alike.

4.) Centauri Dreams may not take you to the stars, but its meticulous approach, eye for notable space-science developments and penchant for speculation make it the best blog of its genre.

5.) A lot of the time I don't think humanity has a chance. I like World Changing because it tirelessly attempts to prove me wrong.


Paul Kimball said...


I was limiting myself to opinionators, but I would certainly second your nods, especially The Anomalist, if I were talking about more general sites. I would also add UFO Review and The Daily Grail, and for message boards / podcasts, Binnall of America and the Paracast.

For blogs, the Orange Orb and the Odd Empire also have some interesting stuff from time to time, as does Ray X and A.J. Gulyas. Dustin at Odd Things is another good one, well worth a look.

And, for a laugh, the UFO Iconopests every now and then. ;-)


Chris said...

Good lord Mac, you've put me in some pretty daunting company. Thank you!

Alfred Lehmberg said...

I can think of no national emergency warranting an inclusion of Rich Reynolds & "Company" in any capacity whatsoever. Verily, "RRR" trumps "KKK" for insipid portentousness and ardent pomposity... and, like the latter, should just consume fecal matter and expire... ...but I sugar-coat.
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W.M. Bear said...

I've also been pretty disappointed in The Anomalist. Seems to me they put up a lot of dreck on slow days....

Mac said...

It's not The Anomalist's fault. They simply reflect the state of the weird as chronicled by other sources, a lot of it mainstream.