Now that I’m in the blogisphere (did I really write that?), I spend more time checking out other people’s blogs. I’ve come to the conclusion that the blog world is kind like high school.
You’ve got the popular kids. Their every post is read by hundreds of people and their simplest observation brings dozens of comments. RumorQueen is easily the most popular girl in my high school.
Then there are the quiet kids, who blog regularly but rarely get noticed. Some seem to want to be noticed, others appear happy to express themselves without comments.
I’ve noticed the band and choir kids – they always have music playing on their blogs. The jocks’ blogs are very active – usually a slide show of their latest adventure. The techies have very sophisticated blogs, full of links, surveys and other doo-dads I would have no clue how to pull off.
Then you’ve got the rest of us. We write about what’s on our minds. We are visited by friends and family who occasionally leave their tracks on our comments page.
I'm wondering if we had one of those high school yearbook votes where you pick the blog most likely to succeed/the prettiest blog/most athletic/class clown/most popular, etc, who would win. Since I’m clueless about how to pull that off technologically, I’d have to ask you to post your nominations in the comments. Unless I’m the unpopular kid and no one’s reading…