Sunday, 5 October 2008

NYT Blogs

On the subject of NYT blogs, and in case you're not familiar with them and only read the IHT or (where only IHT blogs are played, not NYTs blogs too, which is not the case at where you can see the IHT blogs) here is a full list:

Reporters and critics from The Times report from arts events from around the world.

Baghdad Bureau
A collaborative blog from inside Iraq by reporters, photographers and Western and Iraqi staff.

Times sports reporters on the latest news and best stories unfolding in the 2008 baseball season.

Bitten is where Mark Bittman chews on food and things connected to it.

Insights and discoveries about technology from Times reporters in Silicon Valley and beyond.

The Carpetbagger, hosted by David Carr, is a seasonal blog that covers all things Oscar — the news, the nonsense and the players that drive the campaign.

The Caucus
The Times's politics staff on the latest news from the campaign trail and around Washington.

City Room
A news blog about New York City from The Times's Metro staff, including expanded coverage, interviews and multimedia.

Daniel Altman's Managing Globalization
The International Herald Tribune's global economics correspondent on economic news and the challenges of globalization.

Daily news on mergers & acquisitions, I.P.O.'s, venture capital and more. Edited by Andrew Ross Sorkin.

Diner's Journal
Frank Bruni, The Times's restaurant critic, reports on restaurant news and trends, the life of a critic and more.

Dot Earth
A blog about climate change, the environment and sustainability by The Times's Andrew C. Revkin.

A blog that considers economics as the study of everyday life.

Executive Suite
The columnist Joe Nocera offers his take on executives and the companies they run.

Fifth Down
News, analysis and discussion of the N.F.L. and advice about fantasy football teams.

Chess news, analysis and discussion about tournaments, events and trends.

The world of soccer, including international tournaments, foreign leagues and the M.L.S.

International Herald Tribune editors and reporters share tips about the cities they live in and visit.

Green Inc.
From renewable energy policy to eco-advertising, tracking the high-stakes pursuit of a greener globe.

Brief posts on all things interesting, compiled by Tom Kuntz and other Week in Review editors.

Laugh Lines
Funny stuff from all over, including editorial cartoons.

The Lede follows the day's news stories as they spiral off into unexpected directions.

The Medium
Adventures in digital culture, a magazine blog (and column) by Virginia Heffernan.

The Moment
The Moment is a daily blog that spans the T Magazine universe of fashion, design, food and travel.

Lisa Belkin writes about everything parenting-related — homework, friends, sex, bullying, baby sitters, the work-family balance and more.

The New Old Age
Jane Gross focuses on the elderly and the adult children who struggle to care for them.

Floyd Norris: Notions on High and Low Finance
The Times's chief financial correspondent comments on economics and finance.

On the Runway
Cathy Horyn gives a behind-the-scenes perspective on all things fashion, from backstage at shows to the inner workings of designers' minds.

Paper Cuts
The editors of the Book Review, on books and other forms of printed matter.

Pogue's Posts
Quick hits from the desk of technology columnist David Pogue.

The Pour
Eric Asimov, The Times's wine critic, discusses the pleasure, culture and business of wine, beer and spirits.

The Public Editor's Journal
Clark Hoyt, the readers' representative, responds to complaints and comments from the public and monitors the paper's journalistic practices.

The Quad
Features, interviews and analyses of college sports.

Reading Room
Book Review editors lead discussions of classic books.

Real Estate Q&A
Expert advice for owners and renters, with Jay Romano.

Shifting Careers
Marci Alboher highlights newfangled ways of custom-blending careers and celebrates smart thinking about work.

News and features about the Rangers, the N.H.L and all things ice hockey.

Science columnist John Tierney checks out new research and rethinks conventional wisdom.

The TimesTraveler
Travel back in time with a blog about The Times of 100 years ago.

Travel Q&A
The travel staff of The New York Times answers your questions, from navigating the modern hassles of flying, to finding the perfect vacation spot.

TV Decoder
A guide to television — what's on, who`s watching and why it matters.

Tara Parker-Pope reports daily on medical science, nutrition, fitness and family health.

News and notes on the world of automobiles.

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