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The Top Hot Topic Entries
THE PNW TOPIC HOTLIST BLOGROLL
96 Blogs Listed
Alaska Blogs (2)Progressive Alaska
Idaho Blogs (17)43rd State Blues
Isle of Sanity
NewWest.Net Idaho [!]
Red State Rebels
Spittin' in the Snake
The MountainGoat Report
The Political Game
The Royal (Northwest) Mounted Valise
The Unequivocal Notion
We have failed our duty as citizens...
Western Democrat [!]
Oregon Blogs (27)Blog Town, PDX [!]
Chuck for ...
Gay Rights Watch
Jeff Mapes on Politics
Low on the Hog
Middle Earth Journal
Our New Mind
Outside The Interzone
Persuasion, Perseverance, and Patience
The Grumpy Forester
The Les AuCoin Blog
The Oregon Economics Blog
The Portland Freelancer
Uncommon Thought Journal
Washington Blogs (50)5/17
born live love die [!]
Bruno and the Professor [!]
Chad Lupkes' Soapbox
Cliff Mass Weather Blog
Democracy for Snohomish County
Dying to Preserve the Lies
Emerald City Scion
Eye on Olympia
Faith NOT Freedom News [!]
Institute for Washington's Future
Majority Rules Blog [!]
On The Road To 2008
Peace Tree Farm [!]
Progressive Majority WA
Seattle Transit Blog
The Daily Weekly [!]
The Left Shue
The Moderate Washingtonian
The Rambling Taoist
The Stranger Blog
WashBlog (Diaries) [!]
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the PNW Topic Hotlist?
The PNW Topic Hotlist is a centralized, constantly updated listing of very recent blog entries related to the hot topics bloggers are writing about, as culled from a number of different moderate or progressive politically slanted blogs in the Pacific NW area. Since the content is constantly updated, the listed topics and blog entries will always be fresh.
What is the PNW Topic Hotlist sidebar widget?
The PNW Topic Hotlist sidebar widget can be embedded within any Web page, offering quick access to the blog entries on the hot topics. It is optimized for quick loading, and can be customized to support various styles and appearances.
Can anybody insert the PNW Topic Hotlist in their Web page?
Absolutely! If you believe the topics you've seen in the PNW Topic Hotlist are of interest to you, and you have a Web page or blog of your own we would be happy if you inserted the PNW Topic Hotlist in it. In the same way, we hope others see the PNW Topic Hotlist displayed on your Web page, click on the PNW TOPIC HOTLIST button at the bottom of it, and learn about how they too can insert the PNW Topic Hotlist in their Web page.
How do I insert the PNW Topic Hotlist sidebar widget in a Web page?
Can I alter the way the PNW Topic Hotlist displays?
Yes. You can configure how you'd like to see the PNW Topic Hotlist display on your Web page. There are also a variety of CSS classnames that you can use to further control the styling of the output, in particular the font size. For example the pnwhotlisttable classname enables you to control the text of the entire Hotlist output, or you can individually control sections of text using the other classnames.
Can I suggest a blog to add to the PNW Topic Hotlist blogroll?
Yes, please do! New blogs are cropping up in the area all the time and if they cover local politics they may be good candidates for the PNW Topic Hotlist. So as to ensure the blogs meet a standard of quality, appropriateness and activeness, each new blog is added only after it has been evaluated for both the frequency and quality of the content. Send your suggestions to the contact info below.
Who can I contact if something isn't working, or I need help, or to provide feedback?
You can contact Daniel Kirkdorffer from On The Road To 2008 if you have any problems, need further help, or just want to send in your comments and feedback. This service is always evolving based on suggestions and comments which are always welcome.
Is there any way I can help with the PNW Topic Hotlist?
One way would be financially. If you would like to make a contribution you can do so via PayPal. The money will go toward improving the hosting solution and ensuring a better and more reliable service. Just click on the button below. If you would like to help in other ways you can get in contact with Daniel Kirkdorffer from On The Road To 2008.