A survey of some NYC based sex blogs. Bloggers shown are members of the NYC based Perverts Saloon, which I first convened in February, 2006.
Google News – aggregates news stories by topicality
Youporn Sex blogs feed
Instead of visiting each site you want to read, look for their RSS feed address and add it to an RSS reader. Bloglines.com is a web based RSS reader. It also lets you search for and find feeds you might be interested in.
How do you find what interests you? Do a search in Google News (http://news.google.com). Google News also shows how stories are clustered by interest.
Commenting is a good way to dip your toe in the water. Once you’ve found blogs you like to read, add to the discussion by commenting on a post.
It’s easy to find someone on the web. ‘viviane 212’ is a standard login I use for Gmail and other accounts. Here’s what you get if you Google it.
Proxify is a an anonymous proxy. You login and surf the web using the proxy server’s IP address. It can also be configured to not leave any identifying information at the web site you’re visiting.
WhoIs Privacy domain registration is held through a 3 rd party
Wordpress.com is their very popular hosted service. You can also download the blog software and set it up on your domain (bttp://www.wordpress.net).
My Livejournal page
Once you’ve set up your blog, you need to add some features.
Google Webmaster lets you see if Google has indexed your pages, and when they last did so.
The RSS XML address, with content. Not very pretty.
I recommend configuring your feed through Feedburner.com. It let’s you add more features, statistics, and is more browser and user friendly.
The Open Directory project. A project using volunteers who review sites and categorize them.
Sugasm is a sort of blog carnival, but everyone reposts the weekly post.
Everything You Need to Know About Being a Sex Blogger (But Were Afraid to Ask) Sex 2.0 April 12, 2008 Viviane www.thesexcarnival.com