No, Oliver from aptgetupdate.de, you’re not the last one to hear about the German Blogosphäre in Icons – at most, last but one. :)

It’s a nice project, it’s just bound to become more and more confusing the more blogs participate. But you can just click somewhere at random and see what kind of blog shows up, just like you can throw a dart at a map to determine where to spend your vacation.

(No, I’m not telling you to throw a dart at the monitor.) :tongue:

Edit: I just made it so that 7 bit are sufficient – I’m number 127 in the list. :crazy:

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  1. O

    Schön, dass ich nicht der letzte war ;)

  2. c

    Mittlerweile sind’s 140…

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