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April 15, 2006

Introducing TdGblog.com

So, with the Tour de Georgia rushing toward us, I found myself finding links that I'm interested in because of the TdG, but that I'm not really sure are appropriate to TdFblog.

A quick domain-name check found that nobody was holding TdGblog.com, so, as of today, TdFblog has a new, close sibling.

The initial contents of the new site are all the articles in this site's Tour de Georgia category, but moving forward, I expect no more than about 20-25 percent overlap. Today, for instance, I've posted stories about the 2006 Tour de Georgia's TV coverage and what Litespeed is doing at the 2006 TdG, both exclusively on the new site. Look for race previews and reports on both sites.

Each site will offer a feed of the other's recent headlines, and of course, they'll have separate syndication feeds. Here are TdGblog.com's feeds in RSS, RSS 2.0, and Atom formats.

Posted by Frank Steele on April 15, 2006 in About the site, Top Stories | Permalink


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I'm new to the TDG, so this should be interesting to follow... any word on online tracking sites for this event?

Posted by: Tannerman at Apr 15, 2006 4:26:28 PM

The usual bunch, I imagine. VeloNews is committed to heavy coverage, and last year, CyclingNews provided live race reports.

Daily Peloton has provided a number of previews, so I imagine they'll be covering it, as well, and I'll be doing some original stuff over at TdGblog, as well as linking to everybody else with TdG content.

Posted by: Frank at Apr 17, 2006 12:57:30 AM

Excellent! I've enjoyed your TdFblog for sometime now, so I look forward to reading you're updates about the TdG race.

Posted by: tony at Apr 17, 2006 4:50:29 PM

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