Green. Simple. Pleasant. A small piece of introductory blurb at the top introduces Diana, the author, as “a literally little un-lady.” She goes on to state that she’s soon to be a “college chick”, and that she is “sick of highschool and men!” It’s a very useful introduction, I find, as it quickly gives me a good, initial idea of who the author is, and what kind of blog she has.
It is a blog of the personal kind, and what I would tend to classify as an online teenage diary. There is the usual stuff about school, prom dates, friends, and so on. Diana, I gather, is involved in productions of stage musicals, and sings in a choir. It sounds like she attends a school of performing arts, though I have not been able to confirm this from her blog.
Looking at the archives, I found only two entries, both dating from March, 2001. But, from what I’ve read, I don’t feel I’m missing much. What I’ve read is just what I would expect to read in this kind of blog.
Diana also has a home page, but it does rather suffer from poor presentation. It’s the sort of thing that gives rise to the use of ‘homepage’ as a derogatory term. Some unfortunate colour choices when it comes to readability, combined with some cutesy animated graphics, say it all.
Back to the blog, to sum up, I really can’t say that there’s anything special here. There’s nothing particularly bad about it, either. The presentation is good, and the introduction was not misleading. In the end, it just is what it is: just another teenage blog.