A Blogopticon of the Wide World of Blogs

Vanity Fair’s Blogopticon

(Click Image Above for the Blogopticon with Clickable Links)

Vanity Fair has put together this very handy grid of some of the world’s major blogs, which are arranged by news reporting (the Y-axis) and opinion (and juicy gossip) (the X-axis). The chart has extremely useful clickable icons, which link directly to the featured sites.

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La Symphonie Noir: A Minimalist Neo-Noir Composition

La Symphonie Noir in Five Movements

Music Audio: Phillip Glass/A Gentleman’s Honor

La Symphonie Noir: A Minimalist Neo-Noir Composition

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The American Snapshot, 1888–1978

These snapshots chronicle the evolution of snapshot photography from 1888, when George Eastman first introduced the Kodak camera and roll film, through the 1970s. During this time it became possible for anyone to be a photographer, and snapshots not only had a profound impact on American life and memory, but they also influenced fine art photography. Organized chronologically, the photographs presented here focus upon the changes in culture and technology that enabled and determined the look of snapshots. They show the influence of popular imagery, as well as the use of recurring poses, viewpoints, framing, camera tricks, and subject matter, noting how they shift over time. The snapshot photography is presented chronologically, rather than concentrating on a particular thematic subject matter. Some say that this particular procedure marks a new approach to the genre. The exhibition is drawn from the collection of Robert E. Jackson and from recent gifts Mr. Jackson made to The National Gallery of Art.

The Art of the American Snapshot, 1888-1978

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Carnegie Mellon University’s Ranking of the 100 Most Important Blogs

The Carnegie Mellon University rankings are based on the following question: Which blogs should I read to be most up to date, i.e., to quickly know about important stories that propagate over the blogosphere? In other words, if I can read 100 blogs, which should I read to be most up to date, wanting to be the first to know about something with many people blogging about the story after me. Read all about Carnegie Mellon’s rankings here.

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Photo of the Day: This Pole Dancer Lookin’ Yummy Good!!

Photo of the Day: This Pole Dancer Lookin’ Yummy Good!!

But Your Bonus for Lookin’ at that Is:

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Britney Spears: Gimme More

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Coney Island: From Playground for the World to the Last Fireworks

The Old Nathan’s Famous Frankfurters

Wonderful Gold Pasties: The Coney Island Mermaid Parade

The Clam Bar

The Hell’s Angels Motorcycle Ride

The Tiny Stock Car Service Truck Ride

The Coney Island Swingin’ Swinger

Old Timey Coney Island Characters

From World Playground to the Last Fireworks

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Manhattan Mayhem: Aliens, Sexy Beasts and Bang-On Bling

Manhattan Mayhem: Aliens, Sexy Beasts and Bling-Bling

Scarey Aliens Stalking in Washington Square Park

Eyebrow Look and Much More

Studly Chest of Chests

Macho Boxer Hugs

Manly Push-Ups

Bang-On Mannequins

Bang-Up T’s

Manhattan Mayhem

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