Review 344

Yummy Pi is at once both easy to classify and yet hard to rate. On the one hand, it is obviously a site created for personal expression, thus making it very easy to pigeonhole as a “Personal” site.

Yet at the same time it is the same as 95% of all weblogs. It is another voice among the millions, another set of opinions and tastes, and doesn’t have anything to set it apart from the rest of the field.

That isn’t to say that the site is not worth visiting. The writer expresses herself clearly and in an interesting manner (though the constant textisms are an acquired taste), and the design, layout and colour scheme are well suited to the content and technically proficient.

But there seems to be something lacking from the posts that so many others also lack, that certain je ne sais quoi that sets a personal site above and beyond all else.

Visit this site, make up your own mind. That’s the reason we write these reviews; they are a guide, not an excuse to exclude a voice. Yummy Pi, though arguably (and probably only in my opinion) nothing special, is still a weblog, and still a good read.yummy pi

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