Later that year, I put up sheets of paper at the AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco asking, "Are You a Geoblogist?" No one was, apparently. The best response I got to that appeal was not a blog; it was Christie Rowe's graduate-school home page at UCSC. (Now she's teaching geology and geoblogging for real in South Africa.)
The June 2008 Geotimes has recognized what I did two years ago, when I first compiled a list of geology blogs, and includes brief profiles of seven of the best bloggers. Its cramped definition of geology ignores the long-running blogs RealClimate, Speleonet and Pitpundit, but it's a good start. Chris Rowan of the blog Highly Allochthonous lists over 40 more, and those legitimately constitute a geoblogosphere. Congratulations!