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Aidan Anderson's Blog

Aidan Anderson's blog was really interesting. I thought he chose great topics to write about. They were different enough to bring in many different kinds of readers which I think can be a really good thing when blogging. One thing I really enjoyed on the blog was the voice it had. I thought it had a very conversational tone which made it really enjoyable to read. Aidan would share some small things about himself in the posts and I think this added a lot to them. For example, in the post Just the Bare Minimum. I think it showed how interested and/or passionate about the topics he was posting which always makes the writing better.

As far as the design of the blog goes, I thought it all fit really well. I thought the font and color scheme worked well. It is kind of like a cabinet of curiosities sort of blog so I thought the design fit that really well. I liked how the posts were all back to back on the home page so I could just scroll and read. I thought that was very convenient. He also has archives on the side so you can see what he has posted each month which I thought was really cool. It makes the blog look well organized.

The format of the posts were done well. I like how a lot of the posts had their own sort of 'goodbye' at the end to conclude it. I thought that worked really well for the conversational tone the blog has. I thought each post was a good length. They weren't overly long to read, yet they were long enough to give all of the information that was necessary and also for Aidan's voice to come through in the writing. I thought a good example of this was in his post, Bathroom Graffiti as BSU. He put some good links in his post that contained more information, if the reader wanted to know more which I thought was cool like in, The McGregor Conundrum. He also added pictures to his posts which I think really catches the reader's attention. Overall, I thought Aidan's blog was really interesting and entertaining to visit.

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