In the vein of unique perspectives in weblogs, I hope I didn't get anyone into trouble today with the link posted on I Am to millerswork.com. See, the entire URL didn't fit into my 45-character limit, so I just posted the root, which I couldn't get to from work because it was blocked by my employer's content firewall. Because of the lack of frames in my referrer logs, I never knew there was more to be seen, other than the diary.
I should have trusted the firewall, which prevents us innocent worker-bees from accessing porn, MP3s, or streaming audio from our work computers. Unfortunately, millerswork.com is a porn site.
But, buried within the porn is a great little weblog/journal from a pornographer. She's tattooed, she worked for Microsoft as for a while, and she writes porn. Her blog is pleasantly non-standard. So many online journals are completely interchangeable and inspecific. They could be written by any 20-something, and most of the time even gender is irrelevant to the boring text. There's a great range of life included on Lydia's site, encompassing everyday thoughts about the coming of spring and aching due to a workout, to her cats, touching on detailed BDSM encounters, past the joys of housework, to masturbating with her own blood. All at once shocking, intriguing, repellant, and empathizable, this journal really has everything necessary to hold an audience in one way or another.