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October 03, 2005

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» MilBlogs - the Book from Mudville Gazette
A call for submissions at Blackfive:Simon & Schuster has agreed to publish a collection from military bloggers sometime in late 2006. I submitted the proposal and will be the editor and one of the many authors. We will bring together... [Read More]

» The Milblog Book from Technicalities
This is a wonderful opportunity... Simon and Schuster is putting together a book on Milblogs! Blackfive will be one of the editors and one of the authors. We will bring together the best of the military blogs, the purest distillation... [Read More]

» The Milblogger Book from The Indepundit
BLACKFIVE SENDS: Simon & Schuster has agreed to publish a collection from military bloggers sometime in late 2006. I submitted the proposal and will be the editor and one of the many authors.We will bring together the best of the... [Read More]

» MILBLOGGERS go to Print from Dadmanly
Blackfive has organized an anthology of military bloggers (MILBLOGS), that Simon and Schuster will publish mid to late 2006. Blackfive will be the editor, and he has rustled up a ... [Read More]

» Milblog News! from The Patriette
Do you have a favorite milblog? Can you think of some posts from military bloggers that were particularly outstanding? Then send your suggestions/comments to Matt over at Blackfive who will be editing and contributing to a collection of posts from... [Read More]

» MILBLOGGERS IN PRINT from Michelle Malkin
This is exciting news. (Hat tip: OTB)... [Read More]

» Lunch: 10/4/2005 from Basil's Blog
Try one of these specials with your lunch: The Blog Interviews: Taking questions for Jay from Stop the ACLU! and Denise from Grandma's House. ScrappleFace reports Dubya says Maybe next time. La Shawn Barber asks about Harriet. Beth (MY [Read More]

» Milblogging goes mainstream from The Daily Brief: A Military Blog Written With Intelligence And Purpose
Blackfive has the go-ahead from Simon & Schuster to edit a compilation of milblogs from OIF. Read all about it on his site. LT Smash will be one of the contributors. Blackfive says, in part: While I have already been in contact with about 30 MilB... [Read More]

» How cool is this?! from CatHouse Chat
Via Michelle Malkin, I find out that Blackfive has a deal with Simon Schuster to Publish Anthology of Military Blogger Experiences. I'll buy (let's see: Mom and Dad, my brother, several friends, ME {of course}), well it looks like I'll [Read More]

» Simon from Small Town Veteran
From Blackfive:Imagine if the men and women fighting World War II could have somehow told their stories daily for all to hear…imagine if Audie Murphy or George Patton could have broadcast their experiences of a battle the day after it [Read More]

» Pajama Brigade from Quite Early One Morning
This is very cool.... [Read More]

» Pajama BDE from Quite Early One Morning
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» MilBlogs: Something Bookish This Way Comes from Target Centermass
Matt at Blackfive, one of the very best MilBloggers out there, has a huge announcement a planned publishing of a military blogging anthology. Simon Schuster has agreed to publish a collection from military bloggers sometime in late 200... [Read More]

» Destined To Become Great from Blogotional
Such a compilation can rightly be called a "first draft of history." The best news is this draft will be written and edited by those that genuinely know what is and is not important. [Read More]

» Thursday Winds of War: 06OCT05 from Winds of Change.NET
Welcome! Our goal at Winds of Change.NET is to give you one power-packed briefing of insights, news and trends from the global War on Terror that leaves you stimulated, informed, and occasionally amused every Monday... [Read More]

» Thursday Winds of War: 06OCT05 from Winds of Change.NET
Welcome! Our goal at Winds of Change.NET is to give you one power-packed briefing of insights, news and trends from the global War on Terror that leaves you stimulated, informed, and occasionally amused every Monday... [Read More]

» Military Blog Collection from Stryker Brigade News
Matt at Blackfive will be editing, and contributing to, a collection of writing from military blogs (milblogs) that will be published by Simon & Schuster in late 2006. He's requesting your help: As editor, I'm looking at a wide range... [Read More]

» Interview with Matt, Military Blogger Blackfive from Winds of Change.NET
(JP, HOST) The appeal to milblog for me while on deployment to Afghanistan during OEF V, was to breakup the boredom in between missions. I wanted to share stories about my experience with family, friends,... [Read More]

» MILBLOGGERS VS. MSM from Michelle Malkin
The Washington Post profiles one of my favorite milbloggers, Bill Roggio, who runs The Fourth Rail and ThreatsWatch. Another ground-breaking milblogger, Michael Yon, gets a mention. The article's undertone is critical of Bush administration efforts to ... [Read More]

» MILBLOGGERS VS. MSM from Michelle Malkin
The Washington Post profiles one of my favorite milbloggers, Bill Roggio, who runs The Fourth Rail and ThreatsWatch. Another ground-breaking milblogger, Michael Yon, gets a mention. The article's undertone is critical of Bush administration efforts to ... [Read More]

» MilBlogs - the Book from Mudville Gazette
A call for submissions at Blackfive:Simon & Schuster has agreed to publish a collection from military bloggers sometime in late 2006. I submitted the proposal and will be the editor and one of the many authors. We will bring together... [Read More]

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