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    Thursday, July 21, 2005

    Blogrolling Analysed

    You may notice my blogroll in the sidebar. It has the useful and almost redundant title of 'Blogs'. Self-explanatory really. What more do you need to know? Some people like to put cutesy titles on their blogrolls; like 'Stuff I like to read', but... Meh. That's the web page equivalent of a girl wearing a 'Weapons of Mass Distraction' T-shirt - mildly amusing the first time you see it, but after that...
    Other people like to break their blogrolls up into categories. With particularly large blogrolls this can be useful, Troppo Armadillo, four eggs ample, has their blogroll divided up by political leaning, among other things. Handy if you want to see what RWDB's are thinking, or you want to run around in left field for a while.
    Some particularly smug people however, who shall remain nameless (mainly 'cause I can't remember any of them), have divided their blogrolls up qualitatively, using various headings which, when deciphered all mean the same things: Really Good Blogs, Rather Good Blogs, Quite Good Blogs and Blogs Which Are Fairly Crap Really But They Linked To Me So I'll Link To Them.
    Being as how I'm the smuggest of smug bastards, I've decided to join their ranks. So after much number crunching, test marketing and general tweaking I've come up with a brand new format for the blogroll. This is such an earth-shattering event that I've decided my baby should make his debut in the main body of the text, rather than hide his light under an archives list. So, without further ado, laze and gem - MY BRAND NEW BLOGROLL!!!!

    Really Ace Blogs
    All You Need
    Really Crap Blogs
    Every other one*

    That's it. I don't know why I hadn't thought of it earlier. Simple, elegant, comprehensive and effective. Similar in fact to Einstein** reducing the universe to three letters, a number and a mathematical symbol. Sometimes I'm so good that I scare myself.
    *Except yours.
    **Einstein isn't in the spell-checker, but Einsteinium is.

    5 Comments:

    Blogger ChickyBabe said...

    Glad to see you adopted the KISS principle in your blogroll. You wouldn't want to confuse the masses, would you now with something like:

    e= arm+the+insane2

    (that's squared but blogger won't let it)

    7/21/2005 05:12:00 am  
    Blogger Tony.T said...

    If someone categorised me qualitatively and didn't put me in the top rank, I'd hunt them down, get them in a headlock and push their face into some porridge.

    But I wouldn't take it personally.

    7/22/2005 12:05:00 pm  
    Blogger Dirk said...

    BC,
    I always apply the KISS principle, because
    I wanna rock and roll all night
    and party e-ver-y day.
    Tony,
    cold porridge. Salt, not sugar. Their family, too.

    7/22/2005 02:28:00 pm  
    Anonymous Russell Allen said...

    Blogrolling tends to be one-dimensional. We need a think tank to get us blogroll in new and inventive ways. Bugger it. A list it is then.

    7/24/2005 10:35:00 am  
    Blogger Dirk said...

    Russell,
    somebody somewhere, I don't remember who, had their entire blogroll under one randomised link. You clicked on the link and went - somewhere. Kind of like a mystery flight. More effort than it's worth, really.

    7/25/2005 02:42:00 am  

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