The list is in courtesy of Erik Stafford, the Faster Webmaster.

Danga Software Powered:

GreatestJournal.com: Based on the same software as LiveJournal, offers free voice posts, 1GB of photo hosting, and space for up to 2,000 user icons.

InsaneJournal.com: Another site based on the Danga software that runs LiveJournal, offers free and paid accounts, paid benefits are only enhancements.

JorunalFen.net: Runs on the Danga platform, very much directed towards various “fandoms” (i.e. Harry Potter (harry potter), various Television shows) and is meant for users 18 and older.

LiveJournal.com: One of the most well known of the blogging hosts.

Offers multiple account types such as ad-supported and paid. The center of a few controversies recently.

 

Themed Blog Sites:

Blogabond.com: A site dedicated to travel blogs with map integration and more.

BlogCheese.com: A video blogging website.

BusyThumbs.com: A blog site specifically for your text messages and camera phone images.

Freevlog: Designed for video blogging and completely free.

Trippert.com: Create and share blogs of your travels.

Ufem.com: Blogging site specifically geared towards women. Offers multiple themes and plugins.

Xanco.com: Another moblogging site for you to share all your mobile communications with friends and family.

 

WordPress Powered:

Blogetery.com: Offers multiple templates, anti-spam, free sub-domain and more.

BlogRox.com: Runs on WordPress and offers 50MB of free online space.

Blogsome.com: Based out of Ireland, this site uses the WordPress MU platform, large choice of themes.

Edublogs.com: WordPress powered blogging for educators.

WordPress.com (WordPress.com): Not only can you install WordPress on your own sites, you can use the same software on their site and save yourself all of the technical work.

 

Various Platforms:

Blog.com: Offers free blog hosting with unlimited bandwidth for their free package, more benefits for paid members.

Blogger.com: A great starting site to get a taste of blogging, very easy to use.

Blogr.com: Allows you to blog, host photos & videos, and podcasts.

BlogSpirit.com: European based blogging site, offers 30-day trial and subscription thereafter, but offers quite a bit of storage.

Blogster.com: Offers free image hosting in addition to free blogs.

BlogYx.com: Blogging site with extras such as chat boxes so you can interact with your readers.

Bloki.com: Lets you build a blog site and even open it up for collaboration.

Bravenet.com: Free blog hosting with RSS feeds and more.

ClearBlogs.com: Free blog hosting and offers templates, friends only posts, IP-Banning and more.

Etribes.com: Based in Europe, allows you to create all sorts of websites including a blog.

Multiply.com: Mixes blogging and social networking, with photo galleries and more.

Netcipia.com: Free blog and wiki for private or public display with 2GB of storage.

ShoutPost.com: A platform for creating blogs with a focus on generating traffic.

SoulCast.com: Have something you want to talk about, but want to say it anonymously? This may be the blogging site for you.

Squarespace.com: Lets you build your blog with numerous themes, also allows you to add other site features.

Terapad.com: Offers blogs as well as features such as an integrated store.

Tooum.com: Fully integrated blog and forum which allows for seamless discussion between the two.

Tumblr.com: A blog platform with a focus on allowing media-rich posts.

Weebly.com: Allows you to create a site and blog, free hosting and change designs on the fly.

Vox.com: Part of the SixApart family of blogging sites, very much geared towards the personal journal types of blogs.

Xanga.com: Part social network, part blogging, all free.

Yahoo 360: Part of your Yahoo account and features easy publishing.

Zoomshare.com: Free blog hosting with 250MB of free storage.