Pundits keep predicting that the phenomenon of blogging will soon die out in today’s fast paced online world, in which people do not have time to be reading long posts. Instead, the art of blogging is progressing at a faster rate than ever before and the competition is immense. Blogging is done by all types of people ranging from skilled amateurs to companies listed in the Fortune 500. Below is a list of the top 10 blogs out there on the internet.
If you ever get fired from your white collar job, consider applying at Geekologie. Not that you would be hired so easily, but it is certainly worth a shot. This blog is designed especially for people who have short attention spans and love humor in everyday issues.
9. What Kate Wore
This blog is about Kate Middleton and the outfits that she has been into. According to Susan Kelley, who is the creator of this blog, the Duchess of Cambridge has some pretty good tastes when it comes to fashion and designing.
8. The Monkey Cage
This is an age where there is no shortage of information. If you want to know something, all you have to do is Google it. But The Monkey Cage gives you access to some social science research material that is quite rare even in this age.
7. 500px Blog
You do not have the slightest clue about what photography is until you have seen a glimpse of this blog, which is run by a Toronto-based photography community. On this blog, you can find plenty of tips and interviews with the best in the business.
If you are into reading, then this blog is something that simply cannot be missed. Every single genre of books are covered in this regularly updated blog which gives you reviews and sneak peeks to books that are about to hit it big time.
During the time the American Civil War took place, the internet was not around for people to blog about it. But, as they say, it is never too late to do something you love. A group of well-known historians tell the story of the war that tore the entire continent apart.
Do not judge a book by its cover and do not judge a blog by its name. This blog contains a lot more than information about gardens and gardening. It covers everything from the designing from the outside of your home to tips on cultivating your own produce.
3. The Man Repeller
People define fashion as something people are attracted to. The owner of this blog, however, works on creating looks that people, particularly men, tend to run away from.
2. Game On
It may sound like one that covers bit sporting events and gives stories on sports matches that people hear about anyway while socializing throughout the day. This blog is all about the small events that are not covered by any mainstream TV channels.
1. Wandering Earl
Derek Earl Baron, the owner of this blog, set out in 1999 for a trip to Southeast Asia. After 4,600 days, he is still in the middle of it and has so far explored 83 countries of the world. This blogs documents his journeys and adventures.