On New Year’s day, my partners woke me up to the sound of “Happy New Year” and two party poppers going off. Then, they made the mistake of falling asleep on my bed. Revenge came, powered by LEGO, let me introduce you to The LEGO-powered multi-party-popper deployer:
So, it actually didn’t work quite well, when I pulled it disassembled and three party poppers didn’t deploy. If you are building one, make sure to add more reinforcements.
As stories can be told in first person, or third person, in the form of a diary or a tale, as book or comic or movie; I was thinking that blogging could be a literarly style as well.
I can think of two sub-genres. Historic and fantastic blogging.
For historic imagine a blog written in the context of -70 (minus 70) years. So that on October 19th 2009 you’d get a post for October 19th 1939. Who would be the blogger? It could be an important person, what would Churchil blog? Or it could be an unnamed person, an anti-nazi frenchman for example. They could also have a Twitter account! It would be an interesting way to learn history.
The other genre would be total fantasy. A blogger in the future, imagine if for some strange reason, blog posts of a guy surviving the singularity travel back in time? What if blog posts from a galaxy far away? I would certainly follow those blogs! But of course, it’s hard work that requires a very good writer.
Another thing that could be applied to any fictional blogging is having a network of blogs. Imagine reading the blogs of a frenchman in the resistance, a nazi soldier, a Russian red-army member. All blogging about the same, from different perspective! What about reading the Twitter feeds of Frodo, Sam, Gandalf, Aragorn, Saruman?
I think it would be very entertaining.