Author Archives: Ryan Cullen

Ryan Cullen is the creator of LibDemBlogs and LibDig. Having first got involved with the Liberal Democrats whilst at Warwick University he got his first real job working as the Communications Officer for LDYS (now Liberal Youth) down in the basement of Cowley Street. He moved to Lincoln to be with his girlfriend and was elected to the City Council. He now works as a web developer for Timico in Newark and spends nearly all his spare time keeping LibDemVoice and LibDemBlogs running smoothly.

New Theme

Over the last few months in-between a full time job and looking after my 2 year old daughter I’ve been working on updating the look to LibDemVoice.

Whilst the layout change isn’t massive, we’ve worked on highlighting the authors more, bringing back the recent comments to the right hand-side and introducing the most requested feature:

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Whilst we have carried …

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Welcome to the new bloggers…

Twenty three blogs have recently joined my Liberal Democrat Blogs aggregator:

Good luck to all the new bloggers, and why not take a moment to pop over to their blogs, take a read and post a comment?

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Welcome to the new bloggers…

Thirteen blogs have recently joined my Liberal Democrat Blogs aggregator:

Good luck to all the new bloggers, and why not take a moment to pop over to their blogs, take a read and post a comment?

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Welcome to the new bloggers…

Fourteen blogs have recently joined my Liberal Democrat Blogs aggregator:

Good luck to all the new bloggers, and why not take a moment to pop over to their blogs, take a read and post a comment?

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Welcome to the new bloggers…

Eighteen blogs have recently joined my Liberal Democrat Blogs aggregator:

Good luck to all the new bloggers, and why not take a moment to pop over to their blogs, take a read and post a comment?

Posted in Online politics | Tagged | 2 Comments

Welcome to the new bloggers…

Twenty six blogs have recently joined my Liberal Democrat Blogs aggregator (sorry for not adding you sooner, been really busy and I my computer lost the original post for December):

Good luck to all the new bloggers, and why not take a moment to pop over to their blogs, take a read and post a comment?

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Welcome to the new bloggers…

Nine blogs have recently joined my Liberal Democrat Blogs aggregator:

Good luck to all the new bloggers, and why not take a moment to pop over to their blogs, take a read and post a comment?

Posted in Online politics | Tagged | 4 Comments
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