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- Duncan Macleod on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia writes about religion and life.
- François Nonnenmacher, Frenchman in Paris, writes about technology and news.
- Writes about technology, internet, software, mobile phones and gadgets.
- The domain for all things Pete Johns.
Paleck's Web and Photo Blog
- The world according to his view.
Pamie the Pop Culture Princess
- Los Angeles freelance comedy writer's experiences.
- Ian Bertram writes about people, places, and what makes them interesting .
- David Nestor writes reflective essays about his days and his feelings. He also talks about work, cool gadgets that he wants, and various observations.
Paradigms - Where Shift Happens
- Humor, commentary on current events, poetry and a few photographs.
ParamLowe.com: Sixth Sense Blog
- Writes about his prophecies including earthquake predictions and personal views on news and current events.
- Insights and response from conservative yet unpredictable perspective.
- All about politics, China, and photography.
- New experiences in the new city.
Paul's World View
- Personal view of the world pieced together from travels and life experiences. Photographs and forums.
- Interesting finds from the web, sports and humor chat from Manhattan's Upper West Side.
- All things Paxton.
- A blog about social relevancy and current topics. Intended to make you laugh and point out the ridiculousness in today's American popular culture.
- Sharing entertaining web finds.
Peder E. Horner
- Physician covers current events, social activism, Portland, Oregon, family life, road cycling, hiking, medicine, and other whims.
The Penguin Chronicles
- Tales of Bes, living in Southern California and reflecting on the issues happening around the world and online, focusing mainly on social and cultural trends.
People in the Sun
- Blogging about life, politics, and pit bulls.
- Man in San Diego shares links and pictures, and discusses current technical news and events.
- Posts on technology and entertainment.
Peter Ericson's Journal
- Snippets from his personal life and web site news.
The Peter Files
- Sharing parodies, puns, poems, jokes, ramblings and generally safe for work musings by Peter, named after the Saint.
- Links, thoughts, and essays from Peter Merholz, about things like interface design, movies, and single-malt scotch.
Pettis Dot Org
- Jason Pettis shares links, quotes, and thoughts.
- The people's republic of lumps in oatmeal.
- Ted Pavlic's thoughts.
- Writing about Canadian politics and news.
- Offering personal reflections.
- Photographs and commentary by Phil Ritz.
The PhoneBoy Blog
- Focusing mainly on VoIP, telecommunications, and related technologies.
- Covering advanced web development, PHP, web standards, music, and photography. Large photolog.
A Picture of Me
- Postings of a single girl in the city.
- Pretty pictures, holiday snaps, and the odd bit of computer graphics.
Pieter van Gils
- All the things he's interested in. Entries in English and Dutch.
- Mike Purdy, a graphic designer based in Tennessee, discusses a range of topics including design, typography, music, and Knoxville.
- Rambling misspelled view of his life and times.
- Reflecting on anything related to creative living, such as knitting, admiring beautiful fabric, and fantasizing about owning a red Ford 150 truck with Hello Kitty doors.
Pixelcharmer: Field Notes
- Pointers to stuff Tanya Rabourn finds interesting for work and life.
PJCNET Paranormal Marketing
- Topics range from money making to web hosting, software and paranormal.
- Random collection of semi-coherent thoughts and pictures.
- He posts about planning for his trip down the aisle.
- Novels, networks, and some stuff in between.
- London based weblog combining personal writing with commentary and links of a futurist, politicised and millennial nature.
- Ben Williams' personal weblog on vegetarianism, aikido, and technology.
- Another weblog for odds and ends.
The Pod Bay Door
- Stories from the life of Randy Reichardt, public services librarian at the University of Alberta.
- Venture capitalist discusses technology, search engines, and science.
- Reverend Pomp rants about technology, current events, and radio.
The Poosa Chronicles
- Writing about life in Sri Lanka. Also includes posts on music, tv, books, movies, and news stories.
- Working as a Movable Type tech support provider from Auckland, New Zealand.
Popcorn and Sushi
- Writing about travel, books, food, homeschooling, crafts, and cooking.
- Experiences and observations of Joe Popp.
- Writer in Chicago discusses life and body issues.
- Talks about politics, current events, pop culture, travel, food and other random thoughts. Don't let a catalogue dictate your sense of self, be your own self. Furnish your mind with more than cookie cutter ideas.
- News, gossip and other self promotional nonsense.
- Thoughts about games and life.
The Preston Blog
- Discusses internet marketing issues, internet retailing, and technology.
- Mother of young children shares her stories, photographs, recipes, and crafty projects.
- Life of Melissa from Real World, New Orleans.
- Reviewing movies, books, hotels, and music.
- The art of keeping up with yesterday's blogging
- Barrett Chase's writes about life in Minnesota.
- DJ writes about music and travel.
The Professional Lurker
- Comments from an academic in cyberspace.
Programming in Tongues
- Articles on computer language, science fiction, and random observations of the world.
Project Light to Life
- A blog that explores happiness, growth, and the world.
- A blog that includes poetry and photos.
- Articles on news, ideas, and life.
- Frank Boosman's irregular yet not infrequent thoughts on mobile wireless, interactive games, Japan, product design, and anything else that strikes his fancy.
- Scaling vast new heights of overdisclosure.
Pure-essence.net: Miss Bunny
- Ying Zhang's weblog with links and dynamic layout changes.
- Dear bloggary.
- Computers, video and the Milwaukee Makerspace.
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