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New Blogs added to our Blogroll

by Chad Ludeman on December 24, 2008 · 7 comments

in Design,inspiration,Press and News,site updates

It’s been a while since we updated our blogroll on the site here, so I thought I’d go through our collective Google Readers and see what blogs we’re now following that need to be added. Some are new to our daily inbox, while others have been there for months.

Unplgged – smarter homes, fewer wires. I just found this blog while reviewing the Top 25 Design & Architecture Blogs from Trends Updates. With our new found focus on everything home automation recently, we’ll be spending some time rummaging through the archives of this blog I’m sure.

BUILD Blog – The Modern List. Good blog on modern buildings that I’ve been following for some time. I like that these guys get into trends and the nitty gritty of modern construction details from time to time also.

Prefabcosm – The world of prefab and modular homes. Good blog of prefab. I’m adding them to the list even though they won’t publish my comments any more after reading my guest post on why prefab is not all it’s cracked up to be on Jetson Green.

Remodelista – We care about design in our lives. This is one of my favorite design blogs out there next to materialicious. Not sure how I haven’t added it till now.

Small House Style – Web mag dedicated to all things small house. Those close to me know I’m obsessed with small and/or tiny homes. This blog does a decent job of covering them.

Drexel Smart House Blog – better living through smart design and technology. Blog by some local students from Drexel detailing a green house remodel project they are working on.

Green Building Elements – projects, materials & design. That sums it up.

Sustainable Design Update – Emerging Sustainable Technology, Design, Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy and Appropriate Technology. Bad tagline, but decent blog.

workalicious – the modern workplace, its furniture, implements and a bit of its culture. Brought to us by the talented folks at materialicious.

plastolux – design + interior. Just added this one today. Trying to add a few to the blogroll that focus a bit more on interior design of both homes and offices.

Philly Eco City – Local Living Economies Movement. Keeping tabs on the local Philly green movement. Hey, I like that tagline.

Design to Inspire – An Austrailian and a Canadian trying to inspire the world one room at a time. Another interior design oriented blog I added today.

Anyone have any other blogs they’ve found recently that you think the readers here at 100K might enjoy? Dump them in the comments. No spamming please. We’re not interested in your cousin’s blog specializing in canning and pickling.

Merry Christmas.

If you enjoyed reading this post I can promise you'll love our new writing over at Postgreen Homes. Yeah, we know that's the same thing your favorite band said and their new album is nowhere near as good as their early stuff, but seriously, we are actually still getting better.

There also isn't much conversation to be had here . . . at least not with us. So come on over to the Postgreen Homes Blog and tell us what you think of our new(ish) digs and crazy ideas. We will be sure to tell you what we think of your opinion.

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New Blogs added to our Blogroll | Manufactured Homes
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1 Vik Duggal December 24, 2008 at 1:32 pm

Great list Chad. Good to see I’m reading some of the same ones. Will go through the others I haven’t seen.

Vik Duggal

2 JR Moreau December 24, 2008 at 8:27 pm

This isn’t a blog, but it’s a company in northern MA. I don’t work for them, nor am I professionally associated in any way.

Basically I’ve been a big admirer of their Power Pod design. I’d love to buy a plot of land and get one for myself. I went to a green house in Lawrence MA last January that was built with similar ideas.

Anyhow, I love your blog and concept. Please keep up the good work!

3 Jeremy Bell December 27, 2008 at 8:00 pm

I suppose I’ll chime in and suggest something from the homeowners perspective:

4 Scott Lawton (Prefabcosm) December 27, 2008 at 9:52 pm

First a quick note: Prefabcosm (briefly) mentioned the 100K project before, and a draft post has been in our internal workflow system for over a month.  There’s lots of prefab news these days, and we’re backlogged.  (We include SIP as part of our broad view of prefab and modular housing.)

Now a correction: I covered your skeptical post back in September, but didn’t even make the connection when reviewing your comment earlier this month.  We moderate comments fairly heavily — but only based on what is said, not who says it.  Drop me an email if you’d like to know why we didn’t publish yours.  I’ve been reading blogs for quite awhile, so I’ve seen the whole spectrum from no comments to no moderation, and everything in between.  We’ve picked something that works for us.

In any case: best of luck with your project.

5 chad December 29, 2008 at 10:46 am


Thanks for posting a reply here. Just a word of advice from a fellow blogger. In most blogs, either no comments at all or allowed or all comments that are not offensive or unproductive are allowed. There is very little in between.

By “heavily moderating” your comments you are doing your blog and your readers a disservice. The point of comments it to stimulate conversation, differing opinions and further insight into the subject of the post that it may not have covered. By moderating, you are basically saying that people can comment as long as their comments agree and reinforce what you have written 100%. Otherwise you will delete them.

I’ve been around blogging a while too and know that there was absolutely nothing offensive or inappropriate in my comments that should have caused them to be deleted. I can count the number of non-spam comments that I have deleted here on 100K on one hand. Only when people get out of line and start to offend the other readers in an extreme fashion or use vulgar language do we moderate. This goes for all blogs that allow comments that I am aware of also.

Please don’t take this as an attack but simply friendly advice. I like your blog, but my reading of it has been reduced to skimming and I never click through any longer, now that I know my comments will not be posted and I will not be able to learn from other commenters…

6 Scott Lawton (Prefabcosm) December 29, 2008 at 11:13 am

> By moderating, you are basically saying that people can comment as long as their comments agree and reinforce what you have written 100%.

No, that’s not what I’m saying! In fact we do allow comments that we disagree with.

(We don’t get many comments since our blog is more of a dry “just the facts” approach rather than a freewheeling personal style. Maybe our approach is too dry, but that’s ok with me as long as it’s informative.)

> now that I know my comments will not be posted and I will not be able to learn from other commenters…

Huh? We’re happy to post your and anyone else’s comments as long as they strike us as beneficial to our readers. To use your term: we moderate comments that we consider to be unproductive.

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