Charles Darwin's blog
"Well there I was minding my own business in the Cafe of the Natural History Museum…"
Meet The Bloggers.
New BBC Radio Four series begins this week which interviews prominant bloggers about their craft. First up Anna of little.red.boat
and Annie of Going Underground
. Full first programme and unedited interviews here
. I think this is the first time a major network has dedicated a whole series to the topic and treated it with such seriousness and intelligence -- I particularly like the moments in which the prose is sonically illustrated.
Miles has put his whole life up online for us to look at pictorially. It's actually quite a poignant exercise, as we see the sweep of a life within a few clicks of a mouse -- like a weblog telling his story over a greatly extended period.
The (not so) Secret Weblog of Laura Palmer
brings back many memories of trying to work out who the real murderer was, and being deeply infuriated with how the story ended. As Agent Cooper puts it: "I know that good is stronger than evil and yet sometimes it's difficult to see it. Even in a place like Twin Peaks." [via Caro]
a community weblog and news page for Antarctica. Strangely familiar in many respects
Anonymous Juice tries to review everything he's ever encountered.
I first read about this website whilst reading the Web Life section of The Guardian
this morning while on the train to work. I live in Liverpool and . . . cont
'Welcome to Earl's World' - one of the great forgotten blogs?
My project to log people who've registered their first name as their domain name has already found some amazing sites
, and a fair few blogs
. But this seems to be the earliest, offering a Mahir-like quotability. "One man sees a glass that is half empty. Another man sees a glass that is half full. I see a glass that is twice as large as it needs to be."
Does anyone know what happened to Earl? Is he a Mefi regular? What happened with his friend "Susan"? Is Abner Berzon still his stenographer? Film at eleven.