Sentimental blowfly photo of the week. Like so many of us, blowflies start life as carrion-gnawing maggots. Calliphora sp. May 22, North South Austin.
One of the aspects of blogging that is supposed to make the whole enterprise so revolutionary is the blogroll. This is a collection of links to other people’s blogs that you put in your blog sidebar to let your readers know what sort of cult you belong to. I am in awe of some of those bloggers with 842 blogs in their sidebars. Their intellectual lives must be enriched to the point of explosive rupturement by the assimilation of so many similar opinions.
I am much too lazy to either read more than one or two blogs a day, or to maintain such a list, but it is not beyond my scholarly inclinations to hook you up with the occasional blogular point of interest.
So here are two blogs wherein the blogger collects pictures of a certain sort of thing and writes piquant little quips about’em. They make a pleasant change from my usual routine of mouldering away about the megatheocorporatocracy.
passive-aggressive notes from roommates, neighbors, coworkers and strangers has passive-aggressive notes from roommates, neighbors, coworkers and strangers.
The “Blog” of “Unnecessary” Quotation Marks preaches to that choir of snobs who like to mock the misuse of this popular punctuation mark.