Blogroll is a damn good idea: a personally curated list of links to favourite blogs.
Ok, so I have to make a little confession. I found blogroll.org by browsing my site stats to see who was sending links — near the top was blogroll. I usually avoid looking at linking sites because more than a few of them seem to be set up to snag unwary webmasters, but blogroll was too interesting a name to ignore.
Actually, I’ll admit I had to look because the name is similar to bog roll, but fortunately it’s not a bunch of drunken Brits writing rude reviews. The name is a coincidence, blogroll is most certainly not dubious: it’s actually a damned good idea.
Now, I have to admit Ray X, blogroll’s webmeister, has been very nice about arts & ego, saying, ‘A gorgeously delightfully different kind of website he calls an “identity website” to project one‘s identity onto. Very much worth exploring.’ My ego is glowing! So of course I had to post something here; here is, after all, arts & ego!
Ignore that. Visit blogroll for the links to independent, hand crafted blogs. Visit blogroll for its list of independent indices.
Indeed, blogroll compelled me take a day off work to recreate arts & ego’s links & heroes.