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» The Blog Of War from Old War Dogs
xxxx xxx Just a note that Matthew Currier Blackfive Burden has finally gotten around to announcing that his book is out. Can you handle the truth?...The Blog of War (Simon Schuster) is loaded with firsthand reports from the Internet diaries [Read More]

» The Blog of War hits stores today from The Makaha Surf Report
I was lucky enough to be a part of this awesome project. It hits the shelves today, grab it while you can, some of the stories in it will remain with yo forever [Read More]

» Spread The Word from Tammi's World
Well, today is the day. The offical LAUNCH date of The Blog of War - a project from the heart of Blackfive. The book has been the buzz of the blogsphere. And for good reason. I ordered mine a while... [Read More]

» Every Voice Counts from ArmyWifeToddlerMom
"This," cried the Mayor, "is your towns darkest hour! The time for all Who's who have blood that is red To come to the aid of their country!" he said. "We've GOT to make noises in greater amounts! So open your mouth lad! For every voice counts!" ~Hor... [Read More]

» Re: 2007 MilBlog Conference Reasoning from MilBlogs
Doc is right, The Blog of War is one great reason to come to the 2007 MilBlog Conference, which will take place on May 5, 2007. I think Matt and his contributors should have their own book-signing booth. Thanks to... [Read More]

» MEDIA ALERT - MEDIA ALERT - 'The Blog of War ' [New Book from Blackfive] from Rocket's Brain Trust
HT Blackfive OK I'm headed for the bookstore now! RBT ***** The Blog of War Posted By Blackfive "Can you handle the truth?...The Blog of War (Simon & Schuster) is loade... [Read More]

» Quick Update from Soldiers' Angels New York
Started Blackfive's book last night, The Blog of War. Got teary eyed through the first 33 pages. Would have read more but it was late, and I've had a lot going on. Don't know if I will have any time for reading the next couple of days. Don't know i... [Read More]

» The Blog Of War from Technicalities
It's official! Matt has taken on the enormous task and compiled the best of the best in war blogging. He's brought it together for everyone to read in one spot. Today is the release date for this most excellent of... [Read More]

» Women Who Wait from The Radio Patriots
And a huge gold star for Matt at Blackfive for capturing the hearts of America. [Read More]

» In the Mail from IMAO
Being the big league blogger that I am, I get offered free copies of new books all the time in... [Read More]

» H&I* Fires 5 Sep 2006 from Argghhh! The Home Of Two Of Jonah's Military Guys..
Open post for those with something to share, updated through the day. New, complete posts come in below this one. Note: If trackbacking, please acknowledge this post in your post. That's only polite. You're advertising here, we should get an... [Read More]

» The Blog of War from Outside The Beltway | OTB
Simon Schuster has published The Blog of War, Blackfives Matt Burdens long-awaited compilation of blog posts Iraq War milboggers. ... [Read More]

» The Book is Here! from The Indepundit
BLACKFIVE put it all together, but this book was written by all of us. "The Blog of War" is a compilation of some of the best military bloggers from Iraq and Afghanistan. For some unknown reason, Matt even included... [Read More]

» Blog of War from Dadmanly
Okay, it’s finally on its way to bookstores, already available at Amazon. THE BLOG OF WAR: Front-line Dispatches from Soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan. [Read More]

» The rise of the milblogger from Michelle Malkin
I think the rise of the milblogger is one of the most important, and revolutionary, information innovations of our time. Matt of Blackfive--Matthew Currier Burden--launches a book this week compiling front-line dispatches from soldiers in Iraq and Afgh... [Read More]

» The Book is Here! from The Indepundit
BLACKFIVE put it all together, but this book was written by all of us. "The Blog of War" is a compilation of some of the best military bloggers from Iraq and Afghanistan. For some unknown reason, Matt even included... [Read More]

» The Book is OUT! from Courage Without Fear
Okay, so I haven't really posted anything new to the blog since oh...June. Sorry about that. But that doesn't mean things haven't been going on. The most recent new thing to happen is THE BOOK IS OUT! What book you [Read More]

» Someone you should know... Neil Prakash from Sepia Mutiny
SM Profilee - Lt (now Captain) Neil Prakash is now a radio star. Sort of. PunditReview has a recording of a tribute to Neil carried on talk radio detailing the actions which earned him a Silver Star in Iraq. A few excerpts of which are quoted - One thi... [Read More]

» The Blog Of War from Wizbang
I agree with Michelle Malkin that " the rise of the milblogger is one of the most important, and revolutionary, information innovations of our time." If you want a firsthand account of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, visit Matt... [Read More]

» Get It. Now. from Fuzzilicious Thinking
Go get it now. Buy one for yourself and for a friend. The Blog of War defies description. It arrived on my front step today, and with it a whirlwind of emotions that feel like it's too much and too variegated to be contrained in one soul. [Read More]

» MilBloggers in Print from Welcome To Andi's World
I realize that milbloggers have a large segment of cross-over readers, but for those of you who haven't visited another milblog today, and may be unaware of the buzz, I want to encourage you to purchase The Blog of War. My copy has not yet arrived, but... [Read More]

» Quickies from Sister Toldjah
Here are a few quick stories/links Ive been remiss in posting about today - trying to get back into the blogger groove after some light blogging over the holiday weekend. The President gave a war on terror speech today on the close-to fi... [Read More]

» The Blog of War Book is Released from Bloggers Blog
The Blog of War by Matthew Currier Burden, the founder of Blackfive.net, was released today. It has already to jumped to #273 on Amazon.com's list of bestselling books. The book features the writings from dozens of military bloggers, also known as milb... [Read More]

» BlackFive: The Blog of War from Iraq War Today
From BlackFive:"Can you handle the truth?...The Blog of War (Simon & Schuster) is loaded with firsthand reports from the Internet diaries of soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan [Read More]

» Blackfive from Babalu Blog
One of the blogs that's been on my daily read list and on the Babalu blogroll from day one is Blackfive and is in my estimation the blogosphere's best milblog. Not only have Matt and company reported first hand accounts... [Read More]

» Reflections from My Side of the Puddle
I just got my copy of "The Blog of War", a compilation of favorite milblog posts over the past few years, lovingly put together by Matty O'Blackfive. They are, in a word... mesmerizing. I love the way Matt laid out the book, with bits of commentary ... [Read More]

» Blog of War from Doc in the Box
Last year Matt from the milblog Blackfive sent out a mass email to all of his fellow Milbloggers asking who would be willing take part in an effort to a gathering of our best blog posts in a single book called The Blog of War (it just went on sale at... [Read More]

» What the postman brought from The Radio Patriots
Tonight I will dive between its covers and immerse myself in the front line dispatches from our brave brothers and sisters in Iraq and Afghanistan who, through their personal blogs, will show me this war up close and intimately [Read More]

» The Filth That Comes From THe Mouths of MILBLOGGERS - Post Review on Amazon from The Command T.O.C.
For years now we have had to listen to the blogging equivalent of the goose step of the milbloggers. Milbloggers are self appointed righteous assholes who claim they have some special knowledge of history due to the fact that they [Read More]

» A Bitter Man from The Indepundit
I’VE BEEN PLEASANTLY SURPRISED and delighted tracking the online sales of BLACKFIVE’s milblogger book, “The Blog of War,” since the official launch two days ago. At one point Wednesday, it had broken into the top 200 on Amazon.com. To be... [Read More]

» A Bitter Man from The Indepundit
I’VE BEEN PLEASANTLY SURPRISED and delighted tracking the online sales of BLACKFIVE’s milblogger book, “The Blog of War,” since the official launch two days ago. At one point Wednesday, it had broken into the top 200 on Amazon.com. To be... [Read More]

» A Bitter Man from The Indepundit
I’VE BEEN PLEASANTLY SURPRISED and delighted tracking the online sales of BLACKFIVE’s milblogger book, “The Blog of War,” since the official launch two days ago. At one point Wednesday, it had broken into the top 200 on Amazon.com. To be... [Read More]

» A Bitter Man from MilBlogs
Most of us MilBloggers are proud -- justifiably, in my humble opinion -- of the positive reviews BLACKFIVE's just-released book "The Blog of War" (to which many of us contributed) has been receiving from both the MSM and our fellow... [Read More]

» A Bitter Man from The Indepundit
I’VE BEEN PLEASANTLY SURPRISED and delighted tracking the online sales of BLACKFIVE’s milblogger book, “The Blog of War,” since the official launch two days ago. At one point Wednesday, it had broken into the top 200 on Amazon.com. To be... [Read More]

» Round-up from Dawnsblood
Sorry I am struggling through an chapter in 'Blog of War' that is rough for me, the seventh chapter is about the Fallen and it is sacred and profane at the same time for me. The toughest story starts on page 229. It is the story of Lt Col Michael... [Read More]

» Book Review: The Blog of War from The Daily Brief: A Military Blog For All The World To See And Read
If you have no military background, and have ever wondered what life is like for our troops and their families, this is the book for you. If you DO have a military background, this is still the book for you. The Blog of War, edited/compiled by Matt... [Read More]

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