Bloggernacle Pioneers

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It’s been almost a year since I did my Age of the Bloggernacle post. I thought it would be an appropriate time to express appreciation for the First Five. That is, the first five LDS bloggers.

They started it all. The Bloggernacle is indebted to them for the pioneering efforts they put forth. Because of them, I, for one, was introduced to what was then a looser version of today’s Bloggernacle.

Thanks guys.

5 thoughts on “Bloggernacle Pioneers

  1. I could have gone ahead and included other LDS blogs that appeared in the first half of 2003 (like KZION and Our Thoughts), but I didn’t want to make it too complex, or even toot our own horn.

  2. Kim,

    You’re forgetting Seeking for Righteousness, my old blog. Like Nate’s, it wasn’t all Mormon, discussing politics and law. But it had several explicitly Mormon posts, including the series on whether a Mormon could be an ACLU member (which was linked by other LDS blogs, like Legal Guy).

    I started in September 2002, though it was mostly politics till mid-2003. (So perhaps the early posts don’t count for time). The blog was located at .

  3. Thanks for bringing this up, Kaimi. I didn’t forget it. It’s that I didn’t know about it and no one brought it up in last year’s post.

    Someone should have because it looks like your blog has ousted Nate’s as the oldest blog in the Bloggernacle.

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