Here I use Storify to make fun of needing to use Storify.
B Michael Tumblr: Just Free Stuff
Rappers are very much analogous to bloggers in that both groups sort of do what they do because they want to do it, but they also know there’s not really any worth to what they’re doing – except sometimes one of their cohort gets scooped up by some faceless place with money, so there’s always a little halo of maybe-money attached to what they do. Maybe that halo’s worth more than actually making a piddly amount of money.
This is what RSS is for, these days: you set a snare, leave it, and trap for yourself the words you want to read most.
collision detection: The art of public thinking
I feel like I’m losing some of my ability to think. Why? Because I’m not blogging any more.
Slaughterhouse 90210: Where high meets low | Jacket Copy | Los Angeles Times
Reflexiones del Comandante en Jefe
Fidel Castro has a blog, apparently. Recent posts focus on the World Cup and the coming nuclear war.
This is the title of a typical incendiary blog post – Coyote Crossing
George Orwell has a blog, or will starting on August 9, when each entry of the Orwell diaries will be put online 70 years later to the day. I think this will be awesome. [via maud newton]
A wiki with a list of academic blogs divided by field. I love the category for “Professions and Useful Arts.”
Here’s an interesting idea: setting an end-date for your blog.
Thank you thank you. I love this stuff. The latest in Rebecca Blood’s Bloggers on Blogging series, an interview with Scott Rosenberg.
NaBloPoMo is the new NaNoWriMo
I’ll admit that I’ve gotten a bit intimidated by National Novel Writing Month as the start date approaches. Enter my new, slightly less imposing challenge: National Blog Posting Month, where the goal is to write at least a post a day, every day, for one month. I can do that. And there are potential prizes, too! Shweeeeet.