This is a very fun domain name. Honestly, every time I look at it, I always replace that second “s” with the proper (at least in my mind) “u”, forming one of my favorite words. And trying to type out the actual name of the weblog has led me to type out the same piece of profanity time and time again. Oddly enough, I like that.
Due to a recent hard drive crash, which readers are warned about upon entering the site, some of the links are unavailable and the weblog may have lost a few of its posts. Upon finding the Jonas’ actual weblog (http://fsck.clusterfsck.net/), I liked what I saw.
The layout isn’t bad at all. It’s simple, and provides an easy method of navigation throughout all that is available at the clusterfsck.net domain. Although it’s simple, the logo that’s designed for the site really stood out. It’s a great touch to this weblog.
The only real complaint about the site I could come up with is the way the archives are listed. They’re all available and listed by category, but by category only. If I want to go back and try finding the first post ever made at clusterfsck.net, there’s a lot of digging to do. The digging is made a little harder by the fact that the individual, categorically organized entries don’t have a date on them at all. A little tricky. Granted, this bit of disorganization probably has a lot to do with the aforementioned hard drive crash.
Jonas rarely blogs about the every day norm, and when he does, each entry is backed by such great detail and such concisely written opinions that a reader can easily walk away or go to the next weblog feeling like they’ve gained something from stopping by clusterfsck.net. That’s a tough bridge to build with the millions of different weblogs out and about, but it’s one Jonas builds with ease.
With recent worldly events and with the recent crash of the illusive hard drive, the majority of the posts I ran into were focused on the situation overseas. Jonas again brings up good points with the facts to back them, and the opinions to justify the topic at hand.
Based on content alone, this is probably not a weblog that would pass as an extreme personal weblog, because there’s not really that much devotion to any other aspect of Jonas’ personal life than his employment mentioned from time to time.
It is one of the more refreshing weblogs I’ve seen in a while, though, just based on it’s variety of content. Definitely one I’d recommend checking out to see if the particular content is something that strikes your fancy. If so, you’ve got a really good weblog to add to your favorites list.