All three of these blogs showcase incredibly random content which is simultaneously interactive, intelligent, witty, and just plain fun to observe. For example, John Scalzi writes acerbic things like:
If at this point in Internet history you think you’re really anonymous/pseudonymous on the Internet, or that you have a right to anonymity/pseudonymity on the Internet, you’re kind of stupid. Yes, stupid, and there’s no other way to put it. I remember back in 1998 and people with pseudonymous online diaries freaking out because they ranted about a family member or boss online, and then that person found out, and as a result the diarist was fired and/or had very awkward Thanksgivings for several years. And you know what? Even back in 1998, when the Web was still reasonably new, while one could be sympathetic, in the back of the head there was always well, what did you expect? It’s not that hard to find things out. Something will give you away sooner or later. Here in 2012, if you’re going to make an argument to me that anonymity truly exists on the Web, I’m going to want you to follow up with an explanation of how the Easter Bunny is riding unicorns on Mars with Kurt Cobain.
Then, instead of the usual "Blogs I Like," he opts for the ballsy truth and deems them "The Blatherations of Others." I am pretty sure "blatherations" is not really a real word, but hey, it works here.
The final blog, Daily Cross-Swords is just plain crazy! It is packed full of energy and enough wit to keep you interested for days. It features stage combat videos, Ninja moves, dance, and yes, literature! How random is that ?? Enjoy!