A couple of weeks ago I asked for people with chess blogs whom I haven't linked to let me know--
Nobis from Italy responded; his blog is Chess - On the Road to GM. Love the title, Nobis! Now adding to sidebar.
Anyone else that writes about chess, bring it on!
Nobis also points out in his latest post this ChessBase article on embracing risk to win tournaments. I think anyone who has studied the career records of Larsen and Beliavsky already understood this without crunching numbers; if you're as good as them and don't draw much, you'll win a lot of tournaments but occasionally finish last. Not many players have the optimism and nerves to come back from those occasional last places, however.
UPDATE 07/18/07: Eric Shoemaker, the Pale Rider, has a new blog called Shoemaker's Library: The Study of Chess Openings. So new it doesn't have any posts on openings yet, just a Mysterious Introduction and some interesting book lists. I'm sure Eric will have some opening study posts soon, so check it out from time to time.