Chronicles of the American Civil War and the The Blog of Henry David Thoreau-Both take excerpts from real life journals and news stories from one day in history and put it on a blog. Very cool.
Metroblogging Azeroth: The town world (thanks Tony) of Azeroth in the game World of Warcraft has more than 5 million people in it, which would make it the 28th most populous city in the world and . There’s also a lot interesting stuff going on there, so why not have a blog about it. (via Boing Boing)
TypePad – Widgets: Not to be outdone by WordPress, Typepad’s now got their own set of widgets for use on your blog. Hope they release a plugin soon for Movable Type installations. (via Download Squad)
Automattic » WordPress Widgets– Making it a lot easier to edit the sidebar (and possibly more) of your WordPress blog. Supports RSS, so you can already do a lot. It’s already a function of WordPress.com. (via Andy Skelton)
Monterey Institute for Technology & Education AP Courses: Students can take interactive lessons to prepare students for AP classes. They’ve got Physics, Environmental Science, and US History, among other topics. Sure wish I had this in high school.
The Lyceum Project– Another way to install multiple WordPress blogs, besides of course WordPress MU and all the other ways (via Boing Boing)