The Young Fabians are getting in on the blogging act at www.youngfabians.org.uk/blog/.
Louise Selisny's post on the Lindsey strikes was something we picked up from the Greater Manchester Fabians' local society blog at http://gtrmancfabians.blogspot.com/
The arrival of LabourList has coincided with and contributed to a major blogging push at the top end of our no longer top down (work in progress) party.
John Prescott is blogging for Go Fourth. Several people have suggested that John's response to Iain Dale's scepticism about whether it was really him may just have been the moment when Labour showed that it 'got it'. Blogging is about conversation, not broadcasting; and that personality, authenticity, and humour can help.
Alastair Campbell has accounced his conversion to the need to blog too. LabourList itself has a Marmite quality (though I hate Marmite). If it has not won any popularity contests in the established political blogosphere, it is one route which bringing a broader range of Labour people - some in Westminster, some at the grassroots - into the online conversations, and massively increasing the salience of online political discussion and activism for the not naturally web-savvy. As LabourList develops, it could certainly do with more contributions which are distinctive from what the party would publish on its official website. I get the sense that Derek Draper and Tom Miller know that. (I am among the contributors, so ought to contribute to that goal myself). While it will doubtless be among the most significant hubs for increased Labour and left blogging activity, this is going to have to be an pluralist exercise or it will fail.
So let a thousand flowers bloom. And do please let us know about other blogs we should know about - your own political blogging (do also let us know if you are a Fabian member too) and other left blogs you enjoy reading, so that we can keep an eye on them for interesting talking points and items to flag up, and add some of your recommendations when we update to the left links blogroll here on Next Left.