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December 26, 2007 / compassioninpolitics

Merry Christmas One and All!


Merry Christmas! Here’s a healthy serving of link love for your holiday delight. Just trying to help out folks who enjoyed reading me enough to link to me. I will steal a line out of Chris Brogan’s lexicon, “You are my rockstars!” Thanks. If you read this or are on this list, consider yourself tagged. (ps. If I somehow managed to miss you, feel free to drop me an extra note in the comments)

Social Media Blogs
JD Lasica
Chris Brogan on Twitter
Aaron Marshall
SEO 2.0

Nashville Bloggers
Ginger Snaps
Katherine Coble via MCB
Music City Bloggers
Volunteer Voters
Salems Lots

Non-Profit Blogs
Beths Blog
Deborah Elizabeth Finn
Brewing Culture
Bread for the World’s Brea Blog

Politics Blogs
The Moderate Voice
Sean Braistead
Justice and Compassion

Spirituality Blogs
Swerve @ Lifechurch.Tv
Jake Bouma
Travis Mammone
Ariel Fine
Rob Singleton
William Guice
Simply Missional
Daily Blessings
Jeff Mangum
Cross Left
International Bible Society
Cross Left
Moderate Christian Blogroll

Productivity and Technology Blogs
Ross Notes on Technology
Google Tutor

Assorted (Smart, Awesome, and Cool) Bloggers That Linked to Me
Random Citations
2020 Hindsight
West Coast Girrrl Blather
Justin Mundie
California Yankee
Old Fart in Training
Glenn Hager
Oxymoron Redundancy
New Liberty Creation
Daisy’s Dead Air
The Side Track
Change Mod
The Tao of How

Eight Other Cool Folks
Cool People Care
Prodigal Jon
Anne Jackson
Raggamuffin Soul
Chris Heuer
Jeremiah the Web Strategist
Dave Delaney

As well as Valeria who inspired me today with this: 

To those who have the enthusiasm of a child and the thoughts of a grown up. To those who get up early to help a friend. To those who see the glass always half full. To those who do not wait for Christmas to be better. Merry Christmas.

Feel free to join the party or spread your own joy! If you would like to subscribe to Compassion In Politics for free via Google or Bloglines or if you would prefer to subscribe by email click here to go to Feedblitz.  If, alternatively, you would like to friend me on Facebook or follow me on Twitter, feel free.

Who are your cool people? (Name and URL or make your own post or both…whatev)

(image credit: juhanson)


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  1. Valeria Maltoni / Dec 26 2007 9:20 am

    Merry Christmas, Nathan. Thank you so much for the link and the kind words. Now off to exploring some of your favorites 😉

  2. Jeremiah Owyang / Dec 26 2007 1:54 pm

    Hey thanks, Same to you! Merry Xmas!

  3. chrismarlow / Dec 26 2007 3:30 pm

    Thanks for the link love.

    Great blog!

  4. opit / Dec 26 2007 9:56 pm

    And you could guess the Links guy would show up like there was a fresh feast on the go. Thank you. Lots to look over.

  5. Beth Kanter / Dec 26 2007 10:54 pm

    Thanks Nathan! I’ve enjoyed reading your blog – -especially enjoyed your posts on viral videos. Keep up the great work and continue to inspire the nonprofit sector!

  6. Rex Hammock / Dec 27 2007 2:34 am

    I appreciate being included in your list, Nathan. Thanks very much. Have a great New Year.

  7. ariahfine / Dec 27 2007 3:02 am

    Whose this Ariel Fine kid?

  8. blessed1 / Dec 27 2007 3:54 am

    Thanks to you for the link & then mention. I so enjoy reading your blog.

  9. compassioninpolitics / Dec 27 2007 4:31 am

    Thanks for everybody for stopping by! You all inspire me!

    @ Ariah. Ha ha! Ok correction Ariah Fine. So now if anyone else decides to radically misspell your name (like I did) to google, you are money for picking up their misspelling. Translation: I did you a favor. Take care guy!

  10. Dave Delaney / Dec 27 2007 4:14 pm

    Thanks Nathan. Merry Christmas and Happy ’08 to you too. Lots of good stuff in store for Nashvegas this year.

    All the best,

  11. ariahfine / Dec 27 2007 6:14 pm

    Good point Nathan,
    That was often the misprouncing I got from substitute teachers in grade school, back around when the Little Mermaid first came out and hand-written attendance sheets made the ‘h’ look like an ‘L’
    So, maybe there are a few classmates or teachers who remember me as Ariel. We’ll find out soon.

  12. compassioninpolitics / Dec 29 2007 6:00 am

    @ Dave. Rock on!! Very excited about what the New Year has to offer.

    @ Ariah. Ha ha. Its good to know I’m not the only one who screwed up. I would change it if it didn’t take 20 minutes to re-format the post. I hope its fine that you a) get the google juice b) get a laugh


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