The things magazine weblog is enthralling.
Coming to us from London–home of all things proper but not necessarily enthralling–the things weblog is readerly. It breathes readingness. It's the kind of weblog H2RS reads in the water-closet on our OQO. It's just like . . . a magazine. (In fact, it is a biannual arts magazine, but that's another story.)
Great photography, efficient pleasurable writing, and all sorts of fun unusual things, things magazine weblog feels more like a labor of love than a labor.
But literary. In other words, it's beautiful and well-crafted but not trendy.