Or is it memeticized?
Matt (the “Californian rodent guy”) nominated “Seeds Aside” for this award…. well, hum, meme! Here are the rules:
(The original rules and the Template Meme exists here: Meme Index Case)
- If, and only if, you get tagged, write a post with links to 5 blogs that make you think;
- Link to the index meme post so that people can easily find the exact origin of the meme;
- Optional: Proudly display the ‘Thinking Blogger Award’ with a link to the post that you wrote.
Here are my choices…
– Evolving Thoughts, when posts speciate or even fail to;
– Rationally Speaking, mostly when posts deal with evolutionary psychology;
– Panda’s Thumb, because among its many authors, some just post only there, and there is usually something to make you stop and think about;
– ‘tits mots (in French), where poetry and photographs mix altogether, and quote choices are very nice (and almost always make you think twice);
– Journal d’un avocat (in French), where you always learn something you really didn’t know.
I realize now that blogs that make me think are the ones with content I disagree with sometimes (slight disagreement makes you think?).
I hope there is somebody to study the spread of memes and translate it into some usefull information about web theory. This is one of the reason why I spontaneously went into this particular one, along with the potential for a content walk (this meme should better have been called content-blogging instead of thinking-what).