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May 29, 2003

Credit where due

For someone who's been rather obsessed about issues of place for gosh I dunno decades, it's odd I never stumbled upon the notion of a place-based weblog until I found Numenius and Pica's blog, Feathers of Hope. I imagine the notion of "blogs of place" is not original to these two Davis denizens, but they've implemented it inspiringly. The idea for Creek Running North was lifted entirely from their site, though I did sit that idea out in the Pinole Creek climate for several weeks to let it acclimate.

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A Place Blog from Pinole Creek
Excerpt: We're happy to learn that we've inspired Chris Clarke, of Faultline Magazine to start his own blog about place, Creek Running North. He writes about Pinole Creek, Contra Costa County, finding a bit of wildness in a rapidly urbanizing environment...
Weblog: Feathers of Hope
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Comments

Hi Chris. Welcome aboard the 'place bloggers' enterprise. Come over to the wiki and join the discussion, there is a lot happening and more soon to come. We can use a few more neurons firing in the process!

Fred of Fragments from Floyd / Southern Appalachians

Posted by: fredf at May 30, 2003 02:57 AM
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