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Occupation: Web Developer
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I work for Flock and blog usually about my family.

perry's picture
Occupation: retired
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I blog mostly about technology and things I find interesting online, but I also cover things related to my family and friends. Topics I tend to avoid are sex, religion and politics.

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Michael Neel
Occupation: Software Developer
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I blog on life, politics, code and sometimes writing. I really need to find a focus.

Tish's picture
Occupation: Human Resources Manager
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There is no topic too bold! I blog it all - well, except for politics and current world events.

Barry's picture
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I blog about life, family, theatre, sci-fi, and whatever else crosses my path.

superpixel's picture
Occupation: associate producer
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UT grad, left Knoxville to make movies in Nashville, and lured home by the small screens of Knoxvegas. Now I don't even work here at all! I telecommute, and live the life of a gentleman blogger. Actually, I manage a few blogs for the largest blogs in the biz... mostly ;) And I make a mean key lime pie. Visit my personal page at

Loop's picture
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Im made almost entirely out of candy.

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Mark Steel
Occupation: I.T. Security Analyst
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We'll get along better as soon as you realize I'm laughing.

DylanW's picture
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I blog about programming, gaming, and other geek stuff, with the occasional personal anecdote thrown in for good measure.

Lane's picture
Occupation: Counselor
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I have loved and lived in East Tennessee all my life, have orange blood, a few dogs, and a few kids. Laughter is the greatest thing in the world and I do it as often as possible.

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I am a / c# programmer in the Knoxville area. My favorite things are widgets, books of all measure, my cats, and get rich quick schemes. :)

ck's picture
Occupation: Architect
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6 Knoxvillians share a little of life in a city with a giant yellow disco ball.

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This blog is about our Appalachia - the real one, not the Hollywood-stereotype nor the third-world nation-esque stereotype being sold by do-gooders, or even the neo-Romantic sylvan stereotype that Rousseau would probably buy into. It should be interesting.

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Knoxify is a blog dormitory dedicated to all good things. In a nutshell, we’re trying to better your life, our life and our communities. It just so happens we do this from our home base in Knoxville.

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I work for the site - and spend time scouring the net for all things interesting.

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The Modern Gal
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After going to school at UT, I ran away from East Tennessee for about four years. Now I'm back. As part of a well-balanced diet, The Modern Gal talks gossip, sports, fashion, finance, health, books, movies, politics and a little bit of rock 'n' roll. She loves the company of a gentleman, but prefers to manage her own affairs. Sportscenter or Sex in the City? It's a tough call.

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Internet consultant juggling five children, two German Shepherds, two cats, some squirrels and birds in the attic, skunk and snakes and raccoons and possum and one crazy chipmunk in the yard, and supported by one wonderful wife while being an assistant scout master, community volunteer, and political activist. Oh, and you can read all about it on Reality Me!

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I work in the children's room at the Lawson McGhee Library downtown, and blog about children's literature, young adult literature, and various Knoxvillian things.

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I'm middle everything. Middle-aged, middle-income, middle of town. No highs, no lows, just middle. I blog about everything... and I mean everything. Much to my family's everlasting dismay.

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Single mom of two teens (oops, one teen, one 20) still at home and 22 yo out on his own, two Maine Coon kitties, attending college online, trying to figure out what I want to be when I grow up

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Realtor, Blogger, Knoxvillian.

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I am a wife, mom, nursemaid, housekeeper, chef, bookkeeper, tutor, cheauffeur, substitute teacher, vet, party planner and slacker extraordinaire.