The 2ndlook blogs group try to give its readers a 360° view of the past present and probable outcomes. These four blogs have each a different focus. The common value that runs through these blogs is an invite to readers for discussion and participation – with a proviso of no personal attacks or use of invective.

After nearly five years, each month close 2ndlook blogs get approx. 50,000 hits each month.

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With a focus on history, long-term trends, economy, political and social models. A blog that works to breakdown propaganda for what it is. The first blog of the group, over the four years of its existence, it has cumulatively managed more than half a million hits.

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Quicktake focusses more on current events, recent events, reports, media buzz, matters of topical interests. Typically, Quicktakes are shorter than 2ndlook. Sometimes a few Quicktakes, morph into a 2ndlook post.

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St.PT Barnum

A forum that takes a lighter or satirical view of weighty matters.

Posts on this forum are rare.

Behinf 2ndlook

Behind 2ndlook

This forum is a visual record of the times. Historical prints to current cartoons, this is the latest in 2ndlook group of blogs.

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