Review 923

The thought provoking words at Geegaw.com are written in a style that doesn’t make the reader feel like an idiot should he/she not understand what’s being discussed. Instead, the way the author writes encourages the reader to find out more about the topic at hand.



The basic layout is very eye appealing, and the use of a font different the the every day norm gives the site a “classy” appearance.



I read the FAQ section of the site before really diving into reading the weblog, and it was a huge help. And it was also yet another entertaining portion of the website.



Geegaw is not a site for your below average reader. Why? It’s challenging to read, and it’s something that simply can’t be discarded as an every day casual read. Should you visit this site, be prepared to have the motors in your head turning. The site is worth it.Geegaw

Review 949

Okay, so I’ve given a perfect rating of 5.0. But truly, “Wherever You Are” is a web log that demands nothing less.



This is the web log of Vaughan Simons, a web logger that has given me a new found hope for the web log community. He is an excellent writer and for that alone, he deserves a 5.



The design of ‘Wherever You Are’ is simple and very surfer-friendly. I adored the layout because it doesn’t spoil the writing and allows the words to be the highlight of the web log, as they should be. There is no need for Vaughan to compensate for anything as he leaves nothing to be desired.



There is no word that could describe this web log better than the word “quality.” And while quantity is no match for quality — there’s plenty of writing here, so you get the best of both worlds.



I am thankful to Vaughan Simons for sharing his gift of ‘word-compilation’ with us.



I’m captivated by this 5 and so this web log now resides in my favorites list. ;0)Wherever You Are