Sites near in meatspace tells me (and you) who is nearby to my dwelling place. After, initially mixing up my eastings, westings and other longitudities to mistakely place myself in Kazakhstan, I am now tagged as borderlands Brixtonian. And may now begin some cyber-curtain-twitching, although to be honest there is not much to see:

Planet Dazbert is somewhat erratically inhabited and Lazy Llama is more conscientious but seems not to be nearby at all. living it up in Thailand or maybe Cambodia..

Somewhat implausibly DeviantArt claim to divide their time between Brixton and Southern California, whilst the work of local artist Arno Maasdorp looks much better close up

Davos Newbies is getting political whilst the World of Badger can be forgiven for getting geeky cos it includes iBooks.

Most interesting of bunch is probably Gia. Her hobbies include baiting Christians, appearing on TV and writing extensively and eloquently about everyday life in our part of town.

Here are a few more online-diarists in London and beyond.

About caspar

Caspar is just one monkey among billions. Battering his keyboard without expectations even of peanuts, let alone of aping the Immortal Bard. By day he is an infantologist at Birkbeck Babylab, by night he runs
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4 Responses to Sites near in meatspace

  1. gia says:

    Thanks, Caspar! Nice to find another Brixton blogger! Weeeeeeee!

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