In its November issue, Oklahoma Magazine gives us what they think are "75 Great Oklahoma Websites." Not only did we make the list, but we were also featured with a little write-up and photo in the magazine. Here's what they said about us in their list of 75:
When you need biting, witty and sharp edged commentary on topics of local, national and international concern, you need an Ogle. That's why this group of mystery bloggers has created the persona of a lost member of OKC's first family of journalism to tell it like it is.
Honestly, I'm not too sure if that blurb is correct, but I guess it will work. I'm also not too sure how I feel about this site being named to a list of great Oklahoma websites that includes Wimgo, yet somehow omits Dustbury. That would be like leaving Ashlynn Brooke off a list of great Oklahomans but somehow including Sally Kern. But oh well, it does appease our massive egos, so we're okay with it.
Anyway, I think the only places in the OKC metro where you can pick up a free copy of the magazine are Rib Crib and a grocery store in Nichols Hills, so there's a pretty good chance you'll never see it. However, because Oklahoma Magazine is technologically advanced, you can register at their website and view the entire print issue online for free. Be sure to check it out.
And also, congrats to all the non-commercial sites and blogs that made the list. Good job.