Blogrolls are the best artifacts of the Early World Wide Web. Or Weird Wide Web if you like. As you would look at someone’s collection of books or vinyl, the same goes for blogrolls. It gives the reader, the digital wanderer, more avenues and alleyways (thank you Rancid) to discover. Knowing that the author of the list is someone you can trust. The list is handcrafted, not algorithmically generated based on cookies, personal browsing history or how you look in the camera of your computer. Most entries on the list are personal websites. There are people on the other side, not an SEO-driven content machine. We need more blogrolls.

Here’s my blogroll, where’s yours?