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  • accidental mysteries (83)
    a blog about photography, design, art, architecture, ephemera, found objects, pop culture, anonymous, outsider art, folk art, self-taught art, illustration, beauty, esoterica, auctions, discovery, art environments, mystery, vintage stuff and the magic that can be found in everyday things.
  • Add Ours (84)
    Addours.com is dedicated to aggregating the most interesting content on the internet and navigating readers to the Internet’s best publishers.
  • Are We Full Yet (121)
    Are We Full Yet (AWFY) is a site aimed at showcasing the latest and greatest single serving sites (SSS). Some, as you will see, are straightforward; others are more roundabout. Some sites are fun, while others are just plain random.
  • Bad Subjects (45)
    Political Education for Everyday Life
    Online since 1992.
    The oldest continuously-publishing political/cultural site on the Web.
  • Brain Pickings (60)
    Hey there. My name is Maria Popova and I’m a reader, writer, interestingness hunter-gatherer, and curious mind at large. I’ve previously written for Wired UK, The Atlantic, The New York Times, and Harvard’s Nieman Journalism Lab, among others, and am an MIT Futures of Entertainment Fellow.

    Brain Pickings is my one-woman labor of love — a subjective lens on what matters in the world and why. Mostly, it’s a record of my own becoming as a person — intellectually, creatively, spiritually — and an inquiry into how to live and what it means to lead a good life.
  • Daily Vowel Movements (127)
    Daily Vowel Movements exists to provide you with at least one funny thing to look at each day. We waste our time on the Internet so that you don’t have to. The average time spent on any web page in the world is 56 seconds, so if you finish reading this paragraph, look at one or two posts then stare out the window for 8 seconds we will be above average.


    Some blogs are intellectual, theological, rational, or analytical. Other blogs are personal, emotional, irrational or individual.

    The following quote perfectly sums up what I am trying to do with my blog:

    "It's been my policy to view the Internet not as an 'information highway,' but as an electronic asylum filled with babbling loonies." Mike Royko (Chicago Tribune newspaperman)
  • DopeFlyHipHappening (446)
    Time of death...
  • Dude I Want That! (298)
    A Geek's Gift Guide of Gadgets, Gear, Novelties and Zombies
    * Updated daily
  • Facts n Myths (169)
    Incredible Facts n Myths from round the world.
  • Frog Drool (78)
    When I was much, MUCH younger, a friend of my sister’s found an Easter egg decal of “Teddly Toad”. Thinking it funny she passed it on to me, and the name more or less stuck. Apparently she and her friends couldn’t find toads though, because they started giving me frogs, lots of frogs. I had plastic frogs, glass frogs, wooden frogs, and metal frogs; I had frogs! I still haven’t decided if being identified with frogs is a good thing.