Blogs All Around Us

Reading all of my friends blogs today. Sony wrote about a museum in Guadalajara, Mexico, styled after the Guggenheim, speculating that it will take forever and a day to finally complete it. Then I turned to Kent St. John, who remarked about Quebec and graffito he had spotted at Medill University. Then clicked over to Jessi, who was discussing Venice California, where canals and nice weather are found.

If you spin yourself a little further ahead in the world, think now about how blogs will be treated. Unique. Part of the fabric. What did we do before we had blogs to read? I mean this kind of personal recording, this low-level continuous connection that blogs build, this is the kind of thing that people want. Look back, and I guarantee that blogs will never be looked back on like 8-track tapes or Pet Rocks.