Blogs are like opinions: everyone’s got one. But not all of them are worth your reading time. To save you the trouble of wading through the internet’s millions of pages of punditry, PCA readers have recommended 10 of the wisest, wittiest and best-designed weblogs.

Nellie2

Recommended by: Philip Bunting

A must-read for the paranoid PC user, Nellie2 embraces all aspects of IT security, including worm alerts and e-crime. “The layout is great and it’s really informative,” writes Philip Bunting. “Well worth a visit for anyone interested in security.”

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Nellie2

Kimbooktu

Recommended by: Peter Thomas

The somewhat bookish (to say the least) Kimbooktu does what blogs do best: focus on a niche. Here you’ll find comment on the latest book-related technology (e-books, high-tech bookmarks and so on), as well as more old-fashioned stuff about libraries and those things with pages that you read.

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Kimbooktu

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Blogs are like opinions: everyone’s got one. But not all of them are worth your reading time. To save you the trouble of wading through the internet’s millions of pages of punditry, PCA readers have recommended 10 of the wisest, wittiest and best-designed weblogs.

Emma

Recommended by: wiz-king

Written partly in English and partly in Afrikaans, this deeply personal and award-winning South African blog covers a wide range of topics. Recent posts include poetry, photography, impassioned political campaigning and musings on the nature of madness.

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Emma

Alcudia Pollensa

Recommended by: Jak_1

“This site is well written and at times tongue in cheek,” writes Jak_1. “It focuses on my main holiday area – but that’s by the by.” Indeed: part of this blog’s charm is the fact that you don’t need to be particularly interested in the Mallorcan regions of Alcudia and Pollensa to enjoy its thoughtful and witty descriptions of the expat life.

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Alcudia Pollensa

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Blogs are like opinions: everyone’s got one. But not all of them are worth your reading time. To save you the trouble of wading through the internet’s millions of pages of punditry, PCA readers have recommended 10 of the wisest, wittiest and best-designed weblogs.

Charlie Brooker

Recommended by: Huffster

“Blog or print column published online? I don’t care. The man’s a (black) comedy genius,” declares Huffster. These days Brooker reins in his more deranged ranting a tad, but his work, encompassing any topic that activates his anger switch, remains a genuine pleasure – and may cause offence to the timid.

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Charlie Brooker

Mark Bunker

Recommended by: wolfie3000

Bunker’s account of his campaign against Scientology makes for riveting reading. “He doesn’t fight against the religion, only the abuses that this ‘cult’ has done,” writes wolfie3000. “It’s become an international struggle.”

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Mark Bunker

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Blogs are like opinions: everyone’s got one. But not all of them are worth your reading time. To save you the trouble of wading through the internet’s millions of pages of punditry, PCA readers have recommended 10 of the wisest, wittiest and best-designed weblogs.

The Sartorialist

Recommended by: Hamburglar

“I like The Sartorialist - it’s fashion-related but quite accessible,” writes Hamburglar. “The author takes simple photographs of stylish people on the street. The writing style is a little odd, but his thoughts on what makes an outfit work are really interesting.” We find the site chic, knowledgeable and well worth a look.

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The Sartorialist

PC Advisor Blog

Recommended by: lisa02

For expert analysis of computing trends, product recommendations
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PC Advisor Blog

NEXT PAGE: the single life, and your number 1 blog > >

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Blogs are like opinions: everyone’s got one. But not all of them are worth your reading time. To save you the trouble of wading through the internet’s millions of pages of punditry, PCA readers have recommended 10 of the wisest, wittiest and best-designed weblogs.

The Single Life

Recommended by: Miss Bendy

Equal measures of heartache, humour, romance and cynicism can be located at The Single Life, a fascinating account of 21st-century dating. Miss Bendy recommends it “for fluffy lunchtime reading”. Highly addictive.

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The Single Life

Your number 1 blog

Evanomics

Recommended by: anskyber

Evan Davis has just stepped down as the BBC’s economics editor, a role in which he has won countless admirers. Those suffering from withdrawal symptoms can find solace in Davis’s acute writing, collected in this blog. “He’s knowledgeable, gets his predictions about right and keeps a difficult subject very simple,” explains anskyber, who wins this month’s prize for this recommendation.

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Evanomics

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