Category Archives: blogs

Writing I really enjoy: The New Family / 1,000 Families Project and this piece on Brian, Jen and Emily

If you ready nothing else from theĀ The New Family / 1,000 Families Project, at least read this piece on Brian, Jen and Emily.

I predict after you do, you will want to read more of them. All of the stories I’ve read so far I’ve really enjoyed. The site itself looks great too.

A great look into the many ways we are families. Highly recommended.

Stephen Fry has a blog

Stephen Fry has a blog. Anything else I write will slow you down in getting to his blog. Go read that: you’ll be better off for it. Click here!

How much is your blog worth?

Go here and find out: How Much is Your Blog Worth?

recipe for successful blogging

One of the key techniques in creating a successful blog is constant and regular updates. And the key ingredient for that is sources of content. One source can be a handful of web sites or blogs you can refer to and comment on. Another source is people who read and comment on your blog. Either way, if you have good sources of material for your blog, it gets a lot easier to do it.

My favourite blog: (fake) Steve Jobs

A scathing satire of the IT industry and genius-boy himself. :)

And here’s the blog.

Blogs on Books

The New York Times has a Blog on books called Paper Cuts.

What is it?

Paper Cuts is a blog about books and other forms of printed matter, written by Dwight Garner, senior editor of The Book Review. Look here for book news and opinion, interviews with writers, regular raids on the Book Review’s archives, and other special features.

A very nice blog on Design

Some day, my blog will look as nice as Design Observer: writings about design & culture