Wednesday, February 27, 2008

A blog about blogs - Updated

Updated: OK, so it seems that it would be a disservice for us to not pass on Stuff White People Like. This is just about the funniest thing out there right now and is almost literally an overnight sensation. Little introduction is needed, but dive in and enjoy. Also if you want more information, check out the NPR and LA Times stories on the blog.

Also - this is great stuff. Turns out Barack Obama is a Blazers fan.

To kick of the second installment of the blog about blogs, I have to go to the well and shout out for the blog of another Zers big man (and former Pac 10 power) Channing Frye. Some
classic stuff in here include betting on the Super Bowl and losing, then losing a double whammy on who would cut their hair first, him or Oden. He now has short hair again, and has to walk Oden's dog, Charles Barkely McLovin "his little rat dog."

The Kitsune Noir, tagged as Eat. Drink. Design., claims to be a blog about design. Sure enough, there is some great design, but it also encompasses movies, music, art, apparel, etc. Check it out regularly and know about the cool shit first. Oh, and in case you're wondering, according to Wikipedia, Kitsune is the Japanese word for fox, so take that for what it's worth.
Great blog, though, enjoy.

Rounding out the week is the Indexed Blog. A fun little time waster with a great explanation, in the usual blog language (slightly melodramatic and self-conscious, but funny nonetheless): "This site is a little side project that lets me make fun of some things and sense of others." If you're not sure what to make of it, think back to the regression graphs of the rap life.

On a side note, I got the Indexed Blog from LA's If you aren't on board with this yet, get on it. Think of it as a book marks bar saved on the internet that you can share with others. In case the QLE doesn't waste enough of your time, this is a quick way to flush some more minutes down the drain. I have just gotten started, but you can check it out at

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