Friday, May 16, 2003

I got a kick out of this New York Times article on the dullest weblog in the world, which itself is absolutely hilarious.
Mr. Walker launched The Dullest Blog in the World last November, posting it at, a Christian site he maintains when he's not busy as a youth worker at Holy Trinity Church, serving an Anglican congregation in Cookham, 25 miles west of London. The blog's dullness was inspired - if that is the correct word - by Mr. Walker's careful study of the blogosphere.

"I realized that blogs tend to be either highly interesting or else something that's rather the opposite of that," he said with characteristic understatement. "So it seemed like quite a good target for a bit of creative satire."
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In response to his "Blinking at Least Once" entry, one reader commented, "If you blink with only one eye, it is a wink." Another chimed in: "I was going to make a comment, then it occurred to me it was not necessary. So I haven't."

Another asked, apropos of nothing: "Why is the alphabet in that order? Is it because of that song?"


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