Saturday, July 15, 2006

Index Links

Anonymous comments are allowed and I've decided to allow comments without my prior moderation — that will change if vulgar and/or spam comments are made. If you're not seeing the panel to the left of this column, that's because you are using less than a 1024 x 768 px display ... which is used in this blog for best viewing. I've also noticed that pages containing lots of images, as most of mine do, load more quickly in Firefox than in MS Internet Explorer. If you're curious about what the hidden background image looks like, click here or if you want to know a LOT more about the image, click hereClick a button below to open an Index page. These and other quick links are also in the the left pane.

You Can Also Search Doug Dawgz Blog ... use the Search box at the left for great search results.

17 comments:

JakeZula said...

Doug, I must say you run one hell of a blog. It has been a wonderful resource for me. After exhaustively searching the internet, I have found many significant pieces of Oklahoma history on this site that can't be found anywhere else online. Thanks again, and keep up the great work.

-Jake Adamson,
Associate Editor, Oklahoma Today magazine

Doug Dawg said...

Woah! Thank you Jake!

♥georgie♥ said...

I am visiting all the blogs nom'd for the 2008 Okie Blog awards...just wanted to say CONGRATS on your nom!!!
http://okiedoke.com/ok/08awards/index.html

I sure could use your vote as well...

Doug Dawg said...

Thanks, georgie, I wasn't aware, but I'm glad to be nominated. I'll certainly check out your site.

Anonymous said...

Wow Doug, I haven't looked at your site in a while. I still have that Vintage OKC book you gave me. I really enjoyed it. I hope you are doing good.
-Katy Reich

Doug Dawg said...

Hey, Katy! Good to hear from you and I hope that you are doing well.

Anonymous said...

1923 on the flood. Not 1922.

Doug Dawg said...

Oops! You put your comment in Index Links instead of Capitol Hill.

Jason said...

Congrats on three years Doug! I know I don't comment enough, but know that your efforts are appreciated!

Doug Dawg said...

Thanks, Jason. We've talked about getting together and maybe collaborate on a project for, what, 2-3 years now? Let's make this year the year that it happens!

Ron Kiser said...

Here is a project for you. Who were the people that the North-South streets in OKC were named for? I know Classen and Shartel and Blackwelder, but what about Robinson, Walker, May, Fonshill, etc?

Doug Dawg said...

Good idea, Ron. Maybe sometime. I've got my research/backlog plate pretty full, right now.

(Best Show)Watch said...

"Hi:

Two things

1) I’d like your permission to (re)print your article on The Goode Family
for our website

2) I was hoping we could use your ‘scribing’ talent for our website.

The Best Shows Youre Not Watching (dot) com [all one word]

The Goode Family is one of our featured shows. We’re hoping to round up a few people who can occasionally contribute perspective (via an article/blog) on the shows – maybe a recent episode, future direction, plot shortcomings etc.

What’s in it for you?
Primarily a larger audience back channeled to your blog. We don’t pay but the site has a lot of promise and we're pretty excited about getting it off the ground. Let me know what you think.

Thanks

Andy Light said...

You make some excellent points about this, thank for sharing a great post, I have bookmarked your site and
will be coming back for updates.

Doug Dawg said...

Thanks, Andy.

Katy Reich said...

I came by your office to see you when I was up in the city a few months ago, but you were out. I am going to be in the city alot next semester (im finally starting my paralegal courses!) I would love to see you and catch up if you have the time.

evision said...

i have gone through this blog. i found it very interesting and helpful. nowadays i am working from my home and this blog really doing great for me.


work from home