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Comfy Blogs Anonymous 02/18/2020 (Tue) 23:43:19 No. 619
I've been looking through blog archives recently and I've starrted to run thin. I think blogs are peobaly the last vestages of the weird internet. Post some links to comfy/wierd blogs, bonus points if they're still active.
this is something i spend way too much time doing. I can't tell you how many hours of classtime i've wasted on diaryland.com reading randos diary entries from the early, early 2000s.

here's a fav blog that isn't on diaryland: http://roadsideweirdness.blogspot.com/
also http://unusualkentucky.blogspot.com/search/label/cemeteries

both havent updated in quite a while, unfortunately :(

Fray is lovely. It was less of a "blog" and more of short stories with comment sections full of similar stories. Fun to read and from the early 2000s when the internet was fresh and blogs were peaking.
(here's the "Hope" section: http://fray.com/hope/. here's two of my favorite stories: http://fray.com/drugs/scar/01.html & http://fray.com/hope/blackout/)

This guy's blog isn't anything special, but it's fun to read entries from '98-'04. https://kottke.org/98/03/
also he still updates.

somewhat unrelated, but here's a fun, timewaster site, as well: https://asdf.com/index.html
All my blogs I have bookmarked all of a sociopolitical nature so distinctly uncomfy.
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I'll post a few.
Northwest Audio Video Guy. This guy developed a cheap audio DAC that way undercut and overperformed commercial products. The specs are free so you can make your own if you're good with electronics. A few small companies put them together for a decent price too. Not long after releasing it he mysteriously stopped posting.
http://nwavguy.blogspot.com/
Neat programming blog by a guy who posted on /tech/ a few times.
http://verisimilitudes.net/
The Mad Monarchist. He stopped posting a couple years ago, still hoping he comes back.
https://madmonarchist.blogspot.com/
Site that goes into depth about the musical languages created for the Ar Tonelico and Ar Nosurge games. They even made fonts.
http://hymmnoserver.uguu.ca/
Another programming blog. I recommend the posts on TempleOS and Jak and Daxter.
http://www.codersnotes.com/
Orthodox Christian blog with a focus on John Bekkos, a Patriarch of Constantinople who wrote a lot about reconciliation of the Great Schism.
https://bekkos.wordpress.com/
>>619

not related but holy moly dude.. i was watching a video on the story of TempleOS and its creator while your attached image kept on popping up in my mind, but i can't point my finger as to where i saw it.
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Just found this one:
http://pathy-dolls.blogspot.com/
It's a french dollmaker's blog; hasn't been updated since 2014 though.

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