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COMBS

Every day, or sometimes, at any rate, the Center for Occasional Meme and Blog-o-Sphere “Studies” (COMBS) teases new and valueless information from the matted tresses of the blog-o-sphere, picks nits dreadlocked into the tangled fleece of the infobahn, unscrews the draintraps of the intertubes to . . . well . . . you get the idea.  Along the way, COMBS develops new tools for distilling information that only you bloggers could possibly care about. To date there are two main foci for the Center’s efforts: The Working Vocabulary of the Blog-O-Sphere, and Advanced “Studies” on Tedious Memes.

Studies on the Working Vocabulary of the Blog-O-Sphere:

  1. Original Post (PGoP)
  2. Three Quarks Daily
  3. Daily Kos
  4. Pretty Good on Paper
  5. Niel Gaiman
  6. Raincoaster
  7. Alabaster Crippens
  8. Eelkat
  9. Stilleto Girl
  10. Kuipercliff
  11. Moon Topples
  12. Shameless Words
  13. Grasshopper Ramblings
  14. Daniel Miessler
  15. Ms. Maggie Moo Talks 2 U
  16. the108
  17. Asara’s Mental Meanderings
  18. Are We There Yet?
  19. Tales from the Reading Room
  20. Doors Left Open
  21. Dayngrous Discourse
  22. Second Effort
  23. 2Dolphins
  24. Miami Rhapsody
  25. A Mom, a Blog, and the Life In-Between
  26. “Klotz,” as in “Blood”
  27. The Post College Years, Part II
  28. Searching for Normalcy

Advanced “Studies” on Tedious Memes

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1. Which words do you own?–Klotz, as in Blood « Pretty Good on Paper - June 20, 2007

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2. Dayngr - June 20, 2007

It’s great you’ve given these their own space in the blogosphere!

3. caveblogem - June 21, 2007

Dayngr, I guess nobody scrolls through an entire blog anymore. ‘Cept me. . . .

4. Dayngr - June 27, 2007

Oh I do ever since I’ve found you.

5. pau - July 17, 2007

I just found your blog. Your word project is fascinating!

6. caveblogem - July 17, 2007

Thanks, pau. Makes it all worthwhile when people say stuff like that.

7. Cybernetic Haiku « Pretty Good on Paper - September 9, 2008

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