Link Virus Linkages

I’m not one for chain letters and the like, so being on the receiving end of a “link tag” exercise from the Design Sojourn blog (rather than provide a link here, you should recognize it from the sidebar) wouldn’t normally get a response from me; especially one that attempts to gain participants some measure of attention from the too often broken Technorati ranking system. However, as I could use a few new jumping off points for my surfing activities, I’m posting the current list here. I won’t add my own as I prefer my “Links of the Moment”. Things change.

So without further ado, here’s a bunch of potentially interesting links:

Shotgun Marketing Blog
Customers Rock!
Being Peter Kim
Presentation Zen
Dmitry Linkov
John Wagner
Nick Rice
Frozen Puck
The Sartorialist
Small Surfaces
Africa Unchained
Bob Sutton
Accure’s Carpark
Design East
Design Milk
Design Asides
Fugly Designs
Gem Sty
Bjorn Lee
Pluit Solutions
Signs and Wonders
Wifi Cat
Sumajin Blog
The Foo Logs
Uniquely the Epitome
Aen Direct

4 thoughts on “Link Virus Linkages

  1. Hi csven,

    Well I suppose there is the A-List, the B-List…and the Z-List? Thats my guess and assumption.

    Its about giving credit when its due, and its really about giving the unknown blogger some spotlight and perhaps some traffic, even though the original author intended it as a technorati breaker. But I think in spirit we are all there.

    BTW I constantly lurk your blog, but rarly leave comments and I must admit I dont quite understand alot about what you write, but I usually take it a park it in one corner of my brain for later use.

    And yes thanks for putting me on your “Links of the Moment” as I’m honored and thrilled that you have put me there.

  2. Y’know, I just got done reading someone’s A-List to Z-List explanation somewhere. The Z-List (aka “Zzzzz-List”) are the blogs supposedly written in the middle of the night; rife with typographical errors and full of stuff that mostly puts people to sleep.


  3. Hah-hah, well point taken. But I must say, some of the blogs on the links are pretty good, so I suppose nice idea, but poor branding eh?

    Well that teaches me to type (instead of talk) faster than I can think?

  4. Not forgetting some gratitude here… THANKS!
    csven you are absolutely right! If you look at my blog posts, most of them are between 2AM — 6AM. I’m a perfect “Zzzzz-Blogger”. In fact it’s so Zzzzz that even with WordPress’s and Firefox’s spell-checker combined, I still make typographical mistakes.
    It’s half past 4 in the morning and here I am posting crap as a 10-minute break from work.

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