BLOGLOVIN’: HEM News Agency joins bloggers’ network


HEM News Agency is now an official member of the blogging networking site Bloglovin’. I signed up quickly last weekend and made my blog’s record there official.

Bloglovin’, established in a Swedish garage in 2007, is a platform that enables bloggers and non-bloggers alike to curate, follow and keep up with their favourite blogs, ranging from the postings of leading organisations such as the BBC (the first blog HEMNA has followed) through to small mummy blogs and personal online diaries. The site now has more than 16 million people signed up and has reached such heights that it is said to host its own blogging awards ceremony annually in New York.

Under its previous incarnation as ‘Half-Eaten Mind’, HEMNA has signed up with a select handful of blog platforms over the years, such as Blogarama and the now closed Technorati, but the returns from those websites were quite poor. I joined Bloglovin’ to give the blog more exposure and attract new followers, as well as give existing ones a new way to keep track of our news and other posts.

If you are a member of Bloglovin’ and wish to follow us there, please take a look at our official Bloglovin’ page:

You can show your appreciation of our posts by clicking the little white and blue heart button to give some love, and use the other buttons to share our articles via Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter and email. There is also the option of saving articles for future reference at a time that suits you.

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“Bloglovin'” – Wikipedia/Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.’


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HEM TWITTERVERSARY: Celebrating one year on Twitter

As many of our blogging friends may know, the Half-Eaten Mind maintains a Twitter account, where I share the latest happenings and articles to come out of a partially digested brain. It just came to my attention that it has been exactly a year since we began tweeting our mind on one of the world’s most influential and bitesized social networks.

I was looking through my Gmail account from where I receive all mails regarding the HEM Twitter feed and came across one from the Twitter HQ in San Francisco, California, USA. It said:

“Happy Twitterversary!
You just turned 1.

Let everyone know that it’s your Twitterversary.”

So we’ve been one year on Twitter. That works out to 8,106 tweets, 2,001 followed accounts and 976 followers, as of Tuesday 24th June 2014. So we do not have the legions of followers of famous celebrity accounts like Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga, for example, but that’s still an impressive tally. Of course, I cannot stress enough that each and every follower counts… We are also big on multimedia. The HEM account currently has 92 videos and images uploaded.

(c) Twitter via Gmail
(c) Twitter via Gmail

So why do we have a Twitter account….?

Well it’s mainly a promotion tool for the blog. Our public face. As any online business expert will tell you, social media counts for everything in getting the word out and making your blog, in this case, more accessible. Twitter has millions of users and accounts and your tweets can very easily reach an audience far greater than word-of-mouth or paper-based promotions, perhaps more than the website or blog can generate itself.

The Twitter feed works functionally as a means of showing off new articles. Whenever a new blogpost goes online, a Tweet is automatically created by WordPress straight onto the HEM account. I then manually access the account and pin the tweet to give it prominence for any visitors. I also share other bloggers’ posts, with priority given to those who like articles on the blog. I’ll retweet the article on their site which I like as a reciprocated thanks for visiting the Half-Eaten Mind. I also retweet development from the Daily Post and Hot Off The Press online newsletters from WordPress and news stories furnished via Twitter or LinkedIn. I also retweet articles on blogging techniques or handy advice concerning the noble art of blogging.

I also use the account as a source for news and article ideas which feed directly into the blog. I follow several hundred news and media organisation accounts which provide breaking news and features which saves me having to sniff around the wider internet looking for that next ‘scoop’. Separate from the media section, there are many other bloggers who also tweet their work and I make it a habit to follow other bloggers, mainly those already following HEM on WordPress. We also have a contingent of followers who are Tweeps who are outside either blogging or journalism and media, both individuals and companies. I aim to follow everyone but currently we have reached our following limit which is imposed by Twitter and we cannot do much about it.

The account also has links with providers of journalism resources which is helpful for a bit of self-education and awareness on new issues and techniques affecting the world of news reporting across all platforms.

(c) Half-Eaten Mind/Twitter
(c) Half-Eaten Mind/Twitter

“News & views of a partially digested brain – a news and features blog run by Vijay Shah (@VShah1984)”

All accounts added to our followers/following portfolios are sorted into one of several lists. That is partially because I am obsessively organised, but also to help place people and businesses into suitable categories for when, for example, I need to find a news story or locate a blogger. In return, we have been added and always subscribe to, other people’s lists. We consider it a big honour and appreciation of our work when we are added to your lists.


HEM Journalism Portal

This is for accounts on developments and reactions in the field of journalism. This includes educational accounts on the media, press freedom, influential and aspiring journalists, jobs, journalism tools and news on the industry.

HEM Friends & Fans

This is the list of all personal (not company) accounts we follow. Often many readers who visit our blog decide to subscribe to the Twitter account so get information at their fingers without needing to be on WP or overfilling their inbox.

HEM Businesses

These are miscellaneous businesses that follow us on occasions who are not connected with newswriting or reporting per se. It runs the gauntlet from South Asian promotional events, facts on whales and alcoholic drinks to flower deliveries, human rights and pubs in London.

HEM News Agency

Our largest list. This consists of mostly news media organisations and some journalists. A very important list as it supplies much of the blog’s news content when I am using Twitter. We follow both local, national (British) and international news providers from TV, online, magazines and newspapers, across language, political leaning and reporting style to aim for an unbiased and multi-angled coverage of the world’s news.

HEM Bloggers List

This is a special list for our fellow bloggers and friends, many who also follow HEM on our hosting blog platform. I always make a habit of responding to blogger’s comments on Twitter.

We are also proud to be a part of the following lists:-

‘Twitterversary’ is a portmanteau (word-blending) of the nouns ‘Twitter’ and ‘anniversary’. In its basic form, it is a fun way of marking your arrival on Twitter. The MacMillan online dictionary describes it as “the anniversary of the day somebody started using the microblogging site Twitter”

To celebrate the HEM Twitterversary I produced this cool graphic to illustrate social media’s impact on the blog and incorporating elements particular to HEM, especially our new “London road sign” logo and mascot Woodsy. The globe in space does look ‘pretty’ but it also reflects our focus on news from all four corners of the world, and the dominant blues and turquoises utilised in the original wallpaper image by Geralt chimes in nicely with the flock of Twitter birds. Twitter is valuable in disseminating both news and my writing to more than 200 countries and territories worldwide.

Half-Eaten Mind, Twitter
“Lists” – Half-Eaten Mind, Twitter
“definition of Twitterversary” – MacMillan Dictionary – Open Dictionary
Twitter, Gmail via on site Snipping Tool.
Stock images from HEM off-site gallery (USB stick)
“Globe Earth World Globalization Planet Global” – geralt, Pixabay


HEM TURNS TWO: The Half-Eaten Mind marks its second anniversary

Yesterday was a very special day for the Half-Eaten Mind. While for the owner it was yet another long one at work and surviving the Hammersmith and City line followed by buses that just don’t want to wait for you, the blog has marked two years since its establishment on the 16th April, 2012. That’s a whole two years of news stories covering the globe, of entertaining and visually powerful features on a variety of subjects, hordes of awards and of course, the dozens of friends and supporters I have made along the way. It has been a great twenty-four months, in which I have developed and grown as a blogger and journalist and the blog has become a labour of love which has brought a lot into my life, even if that means slogging a bit on the weekends. Especially when my landlord supplied with a squeaky second-hand office chair that is a heavy as a pregnant walrus and does my back in.

In the couple of days running up to the anniversary, I was slowly becoming jittery with measured excitement at the Half-Eaten Mind reaching this important milestone. On its official Twitter account, I tweeted on the impending birthday a couple of times, complete with our own unique hashtag #HEMturnstwo. The way I was going would have perhaps got the casual observer wondering if I was talking about a living breathing human being… or going slightly soft in the brains, but for me, HEM has been almost like a child of mine, one that I helped nurture and grow. Now it has reached the tender age of two, I can stand back from my laptop and say that I have really achieved something here, which for someone like me who was not born with a prestigious life and a silver spoon in his mouth, means a great deal.

To ready HEM for its birthday, I decided to do a reorganisation of the front menu and basically sort our two hundred plus articles and blogposts into set categories based on subject. I did this, as apart from being a bit of an organisation freak, I wanted to give HEM a more professional news website setup as you would find with any mainstream news media outlet. Equally important, there was a significant need to make the blog more user-friendly too. By reforming the menu options, visitors would not only find it easier to locate what they’re looking for but also to search around subjects that interest them. So for example, if you are looking for international news, there is now a tab on the menu that takes you directly to all our ‘World News’ stories, with minimum fuss and maximum relevancy. This of course supplements the existing search option on the right of the webpage which came pre-packaged with the theme I’m using. As the blog matures and increases its online presence, and with the anniversary rapidly approaching, now more than ever was an ideal time to tidy up the menu. All articles were categorised according to certain broad themes and using the HEM dashboard’s ‘quick edit’ function, took only two days to designate those categories for eleven pages of articles stretching back to our very first feature published in the spring of 2012. I was incredibly grateful for the quick edit function. It made things for me a lot easier than having to manually edit each article which would have taken more like two weeks than two days.

On the 16th April, 2014, I was unable to produce this article then as I was on the day job. However with the long Easter break coming up and with both the upcoming Friday and Monday being public holidays (bank holidays), I was in for a long lie-in. So after arriving home with a steaming hot lamb doner kebab in hand, I stuffed tonight’s dinner in the fridge for later and went upstairs to my room and the epic nerve centre that is the home of this blog. In other words, my Toshiba Satellite C660 laptop. Literally the first thing I did upon switching the laptop on and waiting for it to (slowly) power up, was to begin searching for pictures. Why, you may ask?. Because just like a chef will rummage through the fridge to find the right ingredients for the perfect casserole, I needed to find the right visual ingredients to make the official HEM second anniversary graphic. I used the Google CC search to pick out media and blogging related images, but the crux of this beastie was a wallpaper. A free PC wallpaper that showed a glass sphere sitting and refracting sunlight onto a newspaper page so straight and flat it appeared to have been heavily ironed and folded immaculately.

While there were many other wallpapers and backgrounds with a newsprint or journalistic theme available, this particular wallpaper spoke volumes to me. I needed something that would fit the blog’s purpose as a news site, but not be gaudy, childish or be too loud for the components I would be adding later. The contrast of light and physical state between the orb and the paper struck me as being particularly attractive yet subtle in its portrayal. This was amazing especially given that the image, taken from a free wallpapers site, was in black-and-white. The image’s simplicity, unabashed intellectual design, and its size would give me ample room to work on with my graphic design skills and follow the recipe instructions that were rapidly unfolding in my head as I opened up another website that would be the online ‘kitchen’ of my ideas….the photo editing page of piZap.

Those of you who have followed this website for a while will know that piZap is my go-to source for easy to make yet flawlessly appreciable graphics. Indeed a lot of the homemade graphics I have produced for the Half-Eaten Mind, including our Plaistow tower blocks header came out of the pizap foundry. I won’t go into the long and probably boring detail of how exactly I put the HEM 2nd anniversary image together, but let’s put this way, this image was probably one of the best I have created to date.

HEM 2 Years Anniv Graphic pizap.com10.175250617321580651397672683079


Now while I do have a good eye for the artistically wild side of life, I’m not under any delusion that I am an amazing Photoshopping whizzkid who can make Michealangelo masterpieces with some pixels and a few clicks of a mouse. But when I finally pulled the tarpaulin off this baby, I was so shocked that I could hear my mind shout at me “I’m bloody impressed”. After about one and a half hours of working on an empty stomach, mind buzzing while tweaking image sizes and opacity and moving text boxes all over the place, I had created a masterpiece that I think would win a few plaudits at your local design awards bash. I think what works for this special ‘poster’ graphic is just that it appears professionally done and forged in the visual essence of what the media is about in a single element.

This image is colourful, but restrained in its expression. It is busy but not over the top. It’s catchy, but not in-your-face. You could say I have reached a happy and settled medium between my desire to go crazy with all the colours and widgets that piZap offers, and the need to project a professional clean-cut image, which is a steadily increasing importance as my blog matures as a news and views website. Everyone will have their impression and perception of this picture, but when I looked at it yesterday I was saying to myself that this would not look too out of place in a trade magazine or even as a half-page spread in a newspaper. Subeditors: if you like what you see, you can find my contacts on the About page 😉

Please bear in mind that the clarity and resolution of the HEM 2nd anniversary image might be less than perfect. That is due to the limitations of showing piZap images on these blogpages but also due to resizing to help accommodate it in this article. You can see the original unstretched version on the HEM Flickr page. 

Since producing the above image, I have assigned it to places of pride on our social media network. It is the current cover image for our Facebook page ( and as a background for our Twitter account ( on a temporary basis. 


Before we round off things with a little birthday cheer, here is a Top Ten of HEM-related stuff from the past two years we have brought you cutting-edge news and amazing features, as well as various other facts and tidbits.

All-time (total) blog views – as of 17/04/2014 13.06


All-time number of comments – as of 17/04/2014 13.06


Blog facts and follows



1,386 TAGS





Top 10 most read articles (excluding home page)

1. HAPPY NEW YEAR 2014: Vijay’s best new year images (10,141 views)

2. PHOTO MOMENT: Islamic New Year – Hijri 1435 (3,696 views)

3. DESIGN YOUR OWN NUMBER PLATES: The Half-Eaten Mind’s personalised registrations (1,774 views)

4. LLOYDS BANKING GROUP: Lloyds and TSB to part ways (1,747 views)

5. ATACAMA HUMANOID: Alleged extraterrestrial corpse is of this world (1,632 views)

6. WALLPAPER: Diwali 2013/2070 (1,525 views)

7. SHRIMANT BAJIRAO PESHWA: Legendary warrior of the Marathas  (1,428 views)

8. PHOTO MOMENT: Is Putin giving Van Damme a stunt-run for his (Volvo) money? (1,177 views)

9. SCAREDYCATS BEWARE!!: Grave Encounters – a review and a trip down Memory Lane (903 views)

10. ANNOUNCEMENT: New wallpaper to celebrate Diwali (851 views)

Top 10 countries by views

1. United States – 16,115

2. United Kingdom – 13,318

3. India – 8,229

4. Canada – 1,273

5. Australia – 971

6. Pakistan – 774

7. Germany – 763

8. Indonesia – 761

9. France – 736

10. United Arab Emirates – 643

Top 10 referrers (websites bringing visitors to HEM)

1. Google Search (24,453 views)

2. Google Image Search (8,255 views)

3. Google Mobile (682 views)

4. Yahoo Search (489 views)

5. Bing (479 views)

6. (183 views)

7. (76 views)

8. AOL (65 views)

9. (55 views)

10. (54 views)

Top 10 search engine terms

1. grave encounters (279 views)

2. diwali (235 views)

3. atacama humanoid hoax (176 views)

4. new year 2014 (137 views)

5. lloyds tsb split (119 views)

6. bajirao peshwa (98 views)

7. happy diwali animated gif (74 views)

8. happy new year animated gif (70 views)

9. anjali family photos (69 views)

10. new year images 2014 (61 views)

This is the week that HEM turns two, and while the blog cannot exactly say ‘thank you’, I would like to wish the Half-Eaten Mind a very happy 2nd birthday!!




(c) Gif Stop
(c) via SooziQ
WordPress statistics page for the Half-Eaten Mind.
IMAGE CREDITS (HEM 2nd anniversary poster):
“C28 Free Wallpapers” – Maryam Dihuni, wallpaper (5 April 2007) LINK
“Media of Malaysia” – Wikipedia/ Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. LINK
“File:2010 magazines German 6649597627 871ef1b6b3 o.jpg” – HDValentin via yud4h, Wikimedia Commons (1 September 2010) LINK
“Data Journalism Handbook to launch under CC BY-SA” – Jane Park & ‘jwyg’, creative commons (26 April 2012) LINK
piZap LINK
IMAGE CREDITS (HEM 2nd anniversary article):
“Free Birthday Gifs” – Gif Stop LINK
“The Best Celebrity Memes Of 2013” – SooziQ (1 January 2014) LINK
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ANGEL AWARD: New award by Don Charisma; HEM nominated

Today, we pick up the second award for this week and this month, with a never before seen badge for 2014 especially created by our good friend, Don Charisma. He has nominated us for the very dazzling Angel Award.

Don Charisma is a very intelligent and multi-talented blogger who has an impressive with both texts and graphics. Whether it is panoramas of Thai temples, taking pictures of a rather rude gentleman with a parrot touting for tourist dollars, or his amazing line in award badges, I have been privileged to call DC, as he’s affectionately known here, a friend and a fellow blogging enthusiast.

DC was himself nominated for this award by a good friend of his named Angie. She is, from what I gather, the originator of this heavenly divine award.


This award is dedicated to all the HEM Community as well as my youngest sister Anjali, whose name sounds very much like ‘angel’ (although nothing to do with angels, her name has a spiritual meaning). Yesterday, while visiting my mum’s house, I spent time with her teaching her how to draw graffiti-style art, after a special request from her, and I also took the chance to resurrect my drawing skills with the help of Anji’s massive set of glitter and ordinary gel pens. I did some logo designs that I plan to feature on the Half-Eaten Mind at a later date.

(c) original designer via Don Charisma
(c) Don Charisma

The badges for the Angel Award – original badge first, DC’s version depicted below.

Especially, I would like to give a big hearty thanks to the Don for selecting me. The badge is really beautiful and detailed, indeed, probably one of the best badges I have ever seen. I think both versions are awesome, but DC’s version works better because there is a tie-in with the name of the award and the picture of an Renaissance-era angel. The background as well has a heavenly feel to it. The way the light breaks into its component colour wavelengths as it emanates from an angel’s wings perhaps. What is even more touching is that DC made up this badge as a kind favour to his friend Angie – a small offering, but one in which the angels will smile on.

The Angel Award does not come with any rules or need for nominations. To take a leaf from DC, your only requirement is to do an acceptance post too. I am offering the Angel Award to ALL of the bloggers in the HEM community, so feel free to accept.

“The Angel Award – Thanks Angie :)” – Don Charisma, (5 April 2014) LINK
“Angels graphics” – LINK
“The Angel Award – Thanks Angie :)” – Don Charisma, (5 April 2014) LINK
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BLOGROLL: Remembering a defunct HEM page

As I gradually added to and improved the Half-Eaten Mind, I created a blogroll page which had links to bloggers who followed me here on WordPress. However as time went on and more followers were picked up, it began becoming a bit of an ordeal constantly updating the page. Then a new widget appeared for the theme I am currently using (Mystique) which display the HEM community’s individual avatars on rotation, so from then on the “Blogroll” became redundant.

I’ve just created a new “Useful Sites” page, and as they say ‘out with the old, in with the new’. The Half-Eaten Mind needed to shift some dead grey matter and as of now the Blogroll page is being decommissioned. Being somewhat nostalgic, I decided to make a blogpost with the text the page carried before I pull the page offline, as part of the blog’s refitting for 2014.

(c) V. Shah
(c) V. Shah

A screenshot of the Blogroll page just before it was taken down. Ignore the banner ads. The Firefox browser this shot was acquired has a bad case of malware which has cause the browser window to break out in attractive Russian girls.


A compelling and fascinating list of bloggers recommended by the Half-Eaten Mind.

This page is dedicated to the blogs of fellow bloggers, artists, writers and photographers who have supported or captivated the Half-Eaten Mind. I personally would like to thank each and every one of the people listed here, for their support, entertainment and education in all matters great and small….

Vijay Shah

– HalfEatenMind

PLEASE NOTE that the author is not responsible for the content of sites featured below, and absolves himself of all liability for any offence or injury caused in relation to viewing and/or usage of any of the featured blogs.

1. GnTstyle (G n’T style)

2. cupitonians (This Labyrinth I Roam!)

3. carissalwerner (Carissa L. Werner)

4. liamodell1 (The Life of a Thinker)

5. talin401 (Talin Orfali)

6. Raj (Raj Mehta’s Blog)

7. Silk Road Collector (silkroadcollector)

8. Russell Deasley (The World’s Top 10 of Everything and Anything!!!)

9. Ironic Maiden (BhayanaKBot)

10. Bogdan Marius Beleuz (Trade News in Brief)

11. luchaniktravel (Luchanik Travel & Cruises)

12. agadir excursions (Sud Aventures Tours)

13. robertkcooper (Robert Cooper)

14. Tourism Oxford (Tourism Oxford)

15. AnaLuciaSilva (1001 Scribbles~ Random and Abstract Lines)

16. jordanr91 (Tech Filled Fantasy)

17. Patrick Latter (Canadian Hiking Photography)

18. pregoandtheloon (Prego and the Loon)

19. The Political Idealist (The Political Idealist)

20. Ross Ramsey (restaurantbastards)

21. Daniel Abram (Proficiency Paradigms)

22. yerpirate (Tea with a Pirate, formerly Managua Gunn)

23. Brian Westbye (Brian Westbye)

24. SoHoJay (SoHoJay)

25. bunnyandporkbelly (BunnyAndPorkBelly)

26. albertomonnarmusic (Official Website of Alberto Monnar)

27. Tracie Louise (Tracie Louise Photography)

28. Nick (Talkin’ Shit)

29. samharrisblog (SamHarrisBlog)

30. (Doli Siregar – Photography)

31. turkischland (turkischland)

32. sunnysleevez (Sunny Sleevez)

33. Writing by A.R.T. (Writing by A.R.T.)

34. Christopher Vennard (God’s Word for You!)

35. Free Tag Zone (Free Tag Zone)

36. lifecoachmarie (Life & Career Coaching with Marie Wetmore)

37. nanweili (南威利) – Chinese language blog

38. Mazhar (Welcome! Journalist Mazhar Qureshi)

39. MonaD`E (Heaven 4 Earth)

40. Kavita Joshi (Talking Experience)

41. jollof (The Crazy Nigerian)

42. bonbon387 (Teenage Views)

43. eCharta (eCharta – The Blog)

44. tipsforzip (TipsforZip)

45. Raed Hmadi (Zeus DreamCaster)

46. gurkiransian (Gurkiran Kaur Sian’s Personal Blog)

47. hithertododos (A Slice of Mind)

48. Immodium Abuser (

49. Ron Scubadiver (Ron Scubadiver’s Wild Life)

50. pallaksharma24 (The be-all and end-all)

51. chaseitorbchased (Chase It Or B Chased)

52. trudom22 (who is the god of heaven)

53. krees67 (Kurt Rees ~ Poetry)

54. prophetbrahmarishi (prophetbrahmarishi)

55. Magić (Legalizacija HR) – Croatian-language blog

56. Valeriu D.G. Barbu (valeriu dg barbu blog)

57. jennifermdarling (for the love of nike)

58. Daniel Leach (The Anti NWO Party Blog ★

59. Marcela Cava Balsa (Acerca de Marcela)

60. paarsurrey (paarsurrey)

61. socraticnews1 (Research Summaries)

62. Kendall F. Person (Kendall F. Person, thepublicblogger)

63. Ajaytao2010 (Ajaytao 2010)

64. clairvoyantgirl (A Clairvoyant Journey)

65. Kevin (A “Literal approach to God’s word)

66. Opinionated Man (HarsH ReaLiTy)

67. khamin (Khamin/খামিন)

68. ArchangelTravels (ArchangelTravel)

69. appliedpress (Applied Press)

70. Jordan Latour (JL – Jordan Latour)

71. joseasanoj (My Day Out With An Angel)

72. Cristian Mihai (

73. Toni Slate (snoozeyalose)

74. lisaelskerarvid (Ta hendene til din kjaere) – Danish-language blog

75. Adeena (Viat,a, prin ochi de Femeie) – Romanian-language blog

76. The Mouse (Live2EatEat2Live Blog)

77. jrosenberry1 (Blog It or Lose It!)

78. Glenn Folkes (

79. clumsyfool (ClumsyFool)

80. MichelleMarie AntellGourd (Tell Me About It)

81. Russel Ray Photos (

82. SjSchafer (SjSchafer – Phase Two: Creativity)

83. chasingtheperfectmoment (Chasing the Perfect Moment)

84. Joe Seeber (

85. saminaiqbal27 (Samina’s Forum for police support)

86. Jill London (

87. tazeinmirzasaad (TranscendingBordersBlog)

88. petitemagique (Petite Magique)

89. Michael Armstrong (Strong Blogs)

90. barbarastanley (Common Sense in An Uncommon World)

91. superduque777 (Superduque) – Spanish-language blog

92. foresterartist (

93. Ego sum (

94. The Eye-Dancers (Eye-Dancers)

95. carenjopia (Top Tourist Attractions)

96. Nirmal Bajwa (Letters- To My Master (ਖਤ – ਮੇਰੇ ਮਾਲਿਕ ਨੂੰ ))

97. Justine (Freedom Justine)

98. kaligrafinusantaraonline (Kaligrafi Nusantara) – Indonesian-language blog

99. Khawaja Hamad (Immature Fruit)

100. kybedard (WritingOutLoud)

101. chris13jkt (Krishna’s Pictures & Notes)

102. rachieadventures (Rachie Adventures)

103. Sreejit Poole (The Seeker’s Dungeon)

104. johannisthinking (

105. cyndipachinophotography (Cyndi Pachino Photography)

106. goethalsart (GoethalsArt) – Flemish/Dutch

107. 1createblogs (Create Blog)

108. John SterVens (John SterVens’ Tales)

109. Shimky (Wonderful Cinema)

110. Tanumoy Biswas (The Nomadic Soliloquist)

111. Everything Aussie (

112. annie orrill (Theo’s World)

113. Jayde-Ashe (The Paperbook Blog)

114. Jay Finn (jayfinnauthor)

115. Patinspire (

116. reachingutopia (Reaching Utopia)

117. urbanwallart (Ray Ferrer – Emotion on Canvas)

118. ikeiaconis (Drew Iaconis)

119. takingbackearth (Taking Back Earth)

120. Jack Media (

121. Roberto Michel (Blow Up Fotografías) – Spanish

122. Jake Jackson (These Fantastic Worlds)

123. Over 40 and Killing it™ (

124. marina kanavaki (Marina Kanavaki – Art Towards a Happy Day)

125. cherylmoore (Unbound Boxes, Limping Gods)

126. peterhobbs1 (Ramblings,Reviews and Interviews)

127. supernova1c (Digging History)

128. authoraamir (AuthorAamir)

129. A Meanss (A Meanss to the end)

130. truthaboveallreligions (TruthAboveAllReligions)

131. AmbitionInTheCity (Ambition in the City)

132. Maryam.Shahbaz (maryamshahbazmian)

133. digitalhegemon (d|gI+Al hEGeM0n …..d|g|Z|nE)

134. jakesprinter (Sunday Post)

135. Spinnos Manolis (Photography in Patmos)

136. Rajat Chauhan (PICZLoad)

137. daclarkga (The Donald’s Online World)

138. Luittchi (Joker)

Also many thanks to Anjali, Noor, Kira, “maik10″ and “amoq1955alex”.

*****PLEASE NOTE: The Blogroll is no longer being updated. The Gravatar profile of followers will now appear in the ‘HEM Community’ widget visible on every page (VS 29/6/13)******

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