Blogs not limited to the web By Eric Allen and Danielle Capalbo, News staff

follow link The Internet is awfully appealing, but judging by the number of blogs-gone-book in past years, plenty of people still yearn for a good analog read. Can’t curl up with a URL? Here’s an abbreviated guide to some of the best: موقع أرقام الأسهم السعودية Post Secret Started by Frank Warren, the blog features new postcards with anonymous secrets every Sunday. It has been turned into four books, each with a different theme, but all containing secrets that range from criminal behavior to hopes and dreams. Some fans have been known to sneak their own handwritten notes into copies of the book at stores.

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الخيارات الثنائية حساب وهمي Trail of Vinyl enter site Roger Bennett and Josh Kun were inspired by a common curiosity about their Jewish heritage and a love of vinyl. Hence,, where they posted images of record covers, like Push Push by an oily-chested Herbie Mann and Bagels and Bongos by the Irving Fields Trio, that, strung together, revealed a narrative of the Jewish-American experience. Last November, they released the covers in book form as ‘And You Shall Know Us By the Trail of Our Vinyl.’

go to site My War Colby Buzzel started recording tales of his everyday life in Iraq at Since then, the blog has transformed into the a book called My War:’ Killing Time in Iraq, which NPR awarded last year. The book incorporates Buzzel’s blog entries, e-mails and personal accounts, culminating in a raw, unfiltered account of living in a war zone.

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In September 2007, the guided journal Listography gave compulsive dash-drawers a mission:’ to recall things like the names of all their pets, the people they found sexually attractive or their best friends from high school. The book was derived from Lisa Nola’s free website,; since then, she’s released versions for children and hopeless romantics.

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