An example of a blog
I don’t read a lot of blogs. I won’t say why, as other people have said enough about what is wrong with blogs, but I want to give you a fun a propos link.
One type of blog that I kind of enjoy seeing, which I won’t link to here, is the class assignment blog, where the first entry says something like, “This is my blog for our library’s 21 Things project. A blog is a web page that is easily updated with new entries going at the top of the page, often used in a personal way.” Actually the definition given is usually a lot worse than that. Then, as assigned, they link to several examples of blogs. (I only know about the proliferation of these of these because I track back to those links.) Maybe I shouldn’t find these things so funny.
Okay, the promised a propos link, an “example of a blog:” Emily Drabinski’s What I ate for lunch and why. She has the official style down pat, really nails that sandwich.
I will note that I learned about this blog in person, over lunch.