I come across interesting blogs each day. I was posting them elsewhere, but after I came across this one I decided to create a separate section under the title of Blogoteque, where I will share those blogs that any online personality should know about.
As I have quite a few already, I will start with “5 nonconformist blogs of Spring 2009.” I am thinking of developing it into “the nonconformist blog awards” in time. Let’s start with this Spring’s five nonconformist blogs… Here we go:
Modelfeed is a collaborative blog that is put together by a group of models. It’s a lifecasting blog where these beautiful ladies share their daily experiences with curious eyes.
This blog is put together with the photographs that are submitted from readers and followers. Then a bathroom expert analyzes the underlying psychological condition behind the grafitti or writing. [I think it could be better if they actually analyzed it, I made that part up myself.]
The idea, as you can see, is simple. Everybody has done that mistake, some people like me do it occasionally. This blog reveals and shares the text messages that shouldn’t have been sent the night before. If you have any of those texts, you can share it with readers, so that we can learn from your mistakes… because we don’t learn from our mistakes.
This blog is also is a produced through the photos that readers share with the editors. If you see a fucking hipster, don’t say something, take a photo and share it on this blog. This is a social phenomenon that needs to be documented and archived for the future generations. If you see a hipster, take a photo of him/her… don’t worry they will pose.
The best blog that I have seen in a while is about our beloved families. I am no longer surprised to see psychopaths and weirdos on the street. I am convinced that it’s not their own fault, it comes from the family. Some people should not take family photos, they must be separated and dispersed to different continents.