Plogging: The next revolution
: Victor Lams has the next generation, the next revolution, the inevitable evolution of blogging/moblogging/vlogging: Plogging.
I won’t ruin his punchline. Just watch. Hilarious.
: I was going to put up a new vlog today — on a serious subject — but having just seen vlogging parodied so brilliantly, I think I’ll wait a day so I don’t come off as too sanctimonious, serious, and dull in contrast.
: Yet more here.
: Lams, of course, inspires no end of new permutations. Herewith, the blog alphabet:
A: aologging, long threatened.
C: clogging — cat blogging, of course.
D: dogging — being lazy; posting too damned infrequently.
F: flogging — also known as fisking.
G: glogging — drunking Christmas parties by Scandinavian bloggers.
H: hogging — what Glenn Reynolds does to bandwidth.
I: ilogging — “i” as a prefix to any word was outlawed in December, 2001.
J: jogging — old form of exercise.
K: klogging — new form of exercise: rigorous dancing while pontificating until breathless.
L: llogging — vlogging while wearing flannel shirts.
M: taken — moblogging.
N: noggin — kids’ TV channel.
O: oggling — what happens when certain bloggers put up new pictures of themselves.
P: see above
Q: qlogging — blogging by quota; see discussion by Oliver Willis and Richard Bennett.
R: rlogging — I have no frigging idea.
S: slogging — what it feels like to read an entire day of Den Beste posts.
U: ulogging — OK, this was a cute idea when it started but now I’m running out of gas.
V: mine, mine, mine.
W: wogging — see qlogging.
X: soon to be taken by Nick Denton.
Zzzzz: ok, I’m tired of this idea now.
: Michelle also invents new forms of blogging and in her comments, we learn of nblogging — naked blogging. Unfortunately, this came from somebody named Bill.
: Update: Do not walk. Put on your shoes and run to the latest development: The Clog.