Best Blogs from PC World

by Kim on January 27, 2009 · 13 comments

PC World recently published a list of 100 of their favorite blogs.  I went through it yesterday and a lot of them seemed fun.  I know everyone’s Google Readers and Feeds are overflowing, but here are a few more I think you should consider (that don’t take any time to keep up with):

passive aggressive notes.com: A site devoted to the passive aggressive notes that people leave to each other about things like sharing a refrigerator or spoons in a work breakroom.  I’m a little passive aggressive, but nothing like this. This blog also has a book, which you can read about here.

The “Blog” of “Unnecessary” Quotation Marks: Signs and stuff with completely inappropriate use of quotation marks.  I do love me some “bad” grammar.

Criggo: Another site with funny typos and ads from newspapers. I can’t decide if their tagline — “Newspapers are going away.  That’s to bad.” — is funny or sad, but either way most of these entries made me laugh.  This week the site is rated R, so stay away if that isn’t your thing.

Indexed: A weekday blog that features graphs and charts that make fun of things or make sense of things, without using math!  I get some and I don’t get others, but the ones I get make me smile.

Life Hackery: The tagline for the site says, “Useful, unusual and (Sometimes) Ironic Tops and Tricks to Hack Your Life into Shape.”  Mostly, it just funny lists to help you battle life’s common problems like How To Get a Measure of Revenge Against Society or Eight Awesome Ways to Use Christmas Neckties.  These posts are sort of long, but they don’t post everyday (as far as I can tell).

Do you have any favorite goofy blogs that you follow?

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