Ananyah is a glamorous lifestyle blogger, who writes about all of the things you'd expect from a member of the "Bloggerati" - reviews of events, food and recipes, products, fashion, entertainment, travel, tech and more. Ananyah's blog looks great, with an attractive collection of photos to go with each post. That's especially impressive because food isn't always easy to photograph well, especially on a consistent basis (although that can depend on the skills of the chef).
Friday, 27 September 2013
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Friday, 20 September 2013
Cute guide for boys who want to dress in Nerd/Geek Chic. It's a popular tumblr because the images are fun, which tends to result in a lot of likes and reblogs from other tumblr sites. As well as catalogue images, you'll find celebrities and stills from films new and old. There's a huge appetite for this type of blog, which can go viral very quickly with just a few good images.
Posted by Gifted at 06:21
Tuesday, 17 September 2013
There are a lot of coffee blogs from enthusiasts, shop owners and home baristas. The Espresso Deco blog is a mix of content from various authors. The blog publishers content from submissions from other websites as well as their own posts. A recent notable post is this Buzzfeed-style animated gif post about the process millions of people go through when <a href="http://espressodeco.com/blog/waking-up-with-coffee/">waking up and before having their first coffee of the day</a>. There's a lot of coffee content on the web, but this blog looks promising.
Posted by Gifted at 06:19
Friday, 13 September 2013
"The musings of a wine-obsessed geek" focuses on the unique combination of wine and technology. With probably every industry wanting to be involved with the online world, David Lowe has made the wine/tech crossover "his turf", covering new digital wine magazine launches, reviewing the "wine version of Pinterest" and embracing new types of website content. Big Pinots appeal is its writer's curiosity. The blogger looks at technology in an informed way (he works in a related discipline) and has an "early adopter" approach, but is also a true wine "buff", blogging on wine for other websites.
Posted by Gifted at 06:27
This is a creativity blog with arguably one of the best designs at the moment. The Great Discontent's content is interviews with creative professionals. It's a curious thing, because many creative industries have their own "web celebrities", people of note because they seem to produce good quality work, work for recognised institutions or are high profile because they blog or write about their respective field. Presumably The Great Discontent's audience is the peers of these creatives, who may find inspiration and helpful tips, both for work and life, from these interviews. The website is so good-looking, it's hard to not become addicted to reading on a regular basis.
Posted by Gifted at 06:15