I have not done one of these in a long time so I thought this might be a good occasion. There are a few old-school blogs out there I follow and really enjoy. I think you should add them to your reading list.
Halls of the Nephilim
I have talked about Justin Issac's blog in the past. He recently hit 200 posts so he has been chuggin along doing his thing for a little bit now. Justin spends his time looking for a good Old-School game to play, currently he is trying out the home team favorite from Elf Lair Games, Spellcraft & Swordplay and Pathfinder. He is know currently working through the 30 days of Dungeons & Dragons, so that will be interesting. Other topics that come up are Doctor Who, Mutants & Masterminds and one of my favorites Succubus Sunday.
If you enjoy my blog then check out Halls of the Nephilim. Justin is doing a lot of cool things.
Dark Corners Of Role Playing
Eric Fabiaschi runs this and Swords & Stitchery - Old Time Sewing & Table Top Rpg Blog. Both are great, but I want to focus on his Dark Corners blog today. DC is a great resource for anything vaugly D&D-pulpy. The blog mostly focuses on the Astonishing Swordsmen & Sorcerers of Hyperborea RPG. Maybe it is my new-found love of this game, but everything posted here is brilliant. Recently he has posted links to a number of out-of-print pulp mags for use in your games. Also a good number of new monsters, all with a pulp-D&D feel to them. Sure they are all 100% compatible with any Basic-era D&D clone of your choice, you miss a bit not using AS&SH.
Eric is right around 230 posts or so, but there is a lot great stuff; so a high signal to noise ratio.
Both of these blogs are great resources and both are currently tackling a lot of the same topics that interest me. So there is more value there too.
My advice is to take some time and go over both blogs. Read their past posts and comment.
But most importantly add them to your reading lists!
Special Note: If you are looking for other blogs to read Dyvers has a huge list of gaming blogs he has linked to and reviewed. Go there and check it out! http://dyverscampaign.blogspot.com/2013/12/the-great-blog-roll-call.html