The blogs I've selected to link for this year's blog day are thus:
Boing Boing is "a weblog of cultural curiosities and interesting technologies. It's the most popular blog in the world, as ranked by Technorati.com, and won the Lifetime Achievement and Best Group Blog awards at the 2006 Bloggies ceremony."
Bullog at the Times is Dave Bullard (yes, the infamous blog-hater)'s blog. Yes, I know real bloggers are supposed to hate him, but jeez guys, get a sense of humour! If your identity is that easily threatened by what someone writes, you might want to try a spot of counselling?
Lifehacker offers "tips and downloads for getting things done". Some of the links are actually useful, but it's a great way to waste bandwidth if you're in need of a spot of wilfing.
The South African Insult is irreverent, eclectic and educational in a way you might perhaps not want. Worth reading, then.
Thought Leader is the Mail&Guardian's OpEd blogspace. It lacks the dynamism, community and - dare I say - intelligence of the Guardian's Comment is Free, but it's early days yet and it may yet develop into something equivalently engaging.