Friday, January 20, 2006

Taking in the Scenery

CD in Play: Fugazi, In on the Kill Taker.

So Rick Mercer uses Blogger as well? I decided to hit the random blog feature and these are the first ten blogs to come up. (excluding the commercial blogs) Check them out I say. They may be good, they may be bad, but someone spent their time to make it so it deserves some attention. Post comments - I do. I do not know any of these people, btw.


Anonymous trent said...

Is this your new lazy blogging, or was the previous lazy blogging the new lazy blogging? The previous version didn't look all that new, so lets go with this.

this is interesting. If my connection speed was faster (it's taken ten minutes just to get from the main page of your site to this one), I'd do as you say, but for now...interesting concept.

And I'll thank you that I don't ignore lazy blogs, I just, you know, don't often have anything to say.

20 January, 2006 20:27  
Blogger Magnus said...

This is sort of a lazy blog, but it ain't an official "lazy blog" unless it somehow states it is a lazy blog - like the previous entry.
I stummbled onto Mercer's blog and was think about what the chances were to just randomly stumble across. Which other well-known persons have blogs on blogger. But why should I give a rat's ass about well known persons with blogs? Don't the blogs of everyone else count for something? Maybe they even count a little bit more? That's why this entry.

20 January, 2006 22:06  
Blogger steven edward streight said...

Vaspers the Grate is a controversial, confrontational blogologist blog.

In time, you may learn to hate it, once you have all the gory details right, all your ducks lined up.

The New Lazy Blogging is frosted with dangers, like hitting a blog that automatically starts playing music while a bot attaches spyware to your vulnerability.

But in this instance, you scored a needle in a haystack, the glorious notorious gadfly and thorn in the pudgy flesh of the bloatosphere.

Join me as I fight the forces of pseudo and anti bloggery, dashing their ideologies and methodologies to pieces, scaring their nieces, feeding cat steak to the mice, so to speak.

For those who are unfamiliar with crypto-blogging, a handy sidebar link glossary is just one click away, Vaspers Vocabulary, so you can decipher the neologisms.

Voila////Vasperizatrrion Zone Dud

20 January, 2006 23:52  
Blogger Magnus said...

I have yet to delve deeply into your site, I admit. I posted links to the first 10 non-commercial sites I struck. (I also ignored certain sites that had be using kanji, but all that showed up were empty boxes.
As I stated above, why should I be interested in ferreting out blogs kept by people of note?

21 January, 2006 02:34  
Blogger steven edward streight said...

I like to look at, maybe do a quick BUR (basic usability review) or other diagnostics, of a celeb site, but, like you, I have no interest in what they think or do.

I am keeping tabs on a few blogs of note, such as Tim Berners-Lee's new blog.

22 January, 2006 17:22  
Anonymous Trent said...

check out airlovers. It's a bunch of pictures of people jumping.

That's it. Every day, a new jumping pic.

It's kinda fascinating.

31 January, 2006 12:28  
Blogger Magnus said...

I know - what a bizarre idea.

31 January, 2006 17:16  

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