My wife, Potato Girl, maintains a comprehensive list of blogging friends on the right side of her layout. I enjoy keeping up on what friends are doing, so I occasionally click through her list. It's pretty clear that, at least in our circle of married friends, blogging is a predominantly female occupation. Even though the blog is titled something like "The SURNAME Family Newsletter" or "Adventures of the SURNAMEs" or "SURNAMEpalooza," it's usually obvious that Mr. SURNAME has zero input/interest in the blog.
Why is this? Maybe because Mrs. SURNAME is likely to be a stay-at-home mom with a little more time for blogging? Maybe because women generally place higher value on maintaining connections with old friends? Maybe because blogging seems closely analogous to that most feminine of all the domestic arts, scrapbooking?
Whatever the case may be, I'd like to hear more often from the other side of the aisle. To encourage this, I'm establishing a manblog-roll by going through Potato Girl's list to see which blogs have manly input. My threshold is pretty low--any blog that has had a post by the male of the species in the last 6 months or so will make the cut. I don't want to leave anyone off the list--leave a comment if you're a manblogger who wants to join the revolution.