larva on pure float
This Metafilter thread on the merit or lack thereof of the Blog You! review site pretty much exemplifies the solipsism and self-referentiality of the weblog community, at either its most endearing or most irritating, depending on your bias.
The blog rater raters hadn't blogged yet, and the first blog to blog the blog rater raters was the blog rater blog itself. Which I blogged. I did rate this thread, which blogs the blog rater raters as well as the blog raters themselves, and includes lots of intra-blog discussion about the blogs, their raters, the blog rater raters, and thanks to you the blog rater blog rater rater bloggers - so I'd self-rate my blog-rater blogger blogism pretty highly.
Netdyslexia: this is kind of cool. There's a certain appeal to the third-generation Xerox design. The automatic German-to-English translation is iffy, but I'm not sure if it's really supposed to make sense in any language. They've come up with a Web version of Dogme 95 which involves leaving typos uncorrected. (Parenthetically, that official Dogme 95 site is pretty damn slick considering their aesthetic. It's art, people, and art means artifice. Sorry.)
as long as information is free and important for US we CAN forgive mistakes if they AR NOT larva on pure float for example: if you post office a problem of to, say, a mailing cunning you AR adviced to of DO it without mistakes. if you to who a question nobody wants criticize your spelling as long as you help to solve someone of elses problem.
Stare at it long enough, it turns 3-D, you see the sailboat.