Better than your last effort Toddy boy and I'm pleased that you're feeling humble today.
Some of your picks are good ones although I'd have ordered them differently.
But honestly, your writing style leaves a lot to be desired. It's fine to use literary allusions, "rabbit hole of possibilities" for example, but I don't think the Rev Dodgson would have agreed to Alice combining "Like a primordial single-cell life-form" with "seeking this most holy of holy grails" and "whispers in a storm of informational white noise" in any of her essays. "Trying too hard," I think he'd say. Maybe even " too busy" or "badly designed." But keep trying. You deserve points for learning to be nicer.
I blame public education. And thank you for the informative instruction on the writing style of Mr. Dodgson. Were he alive today I'm certain he'd be appropriately grateful to know you're available to tell him how to write or what he may or may not have approved of. As always, I strive for a clearly muddled literary style designed to make people weep tears of angst as they lose their way through my flowery prose that flows with all the meandering meanness of a flooded ditch in a rain storm that lingers with all the horrible sadness of an overly-written sentence. As to your kind words on my attempts to "be nicer", my only reply would be to kindly suggest slithy toves gyre and gimble merry in your mome raths outgrabe.
So please, post your links and suggestions to add to this list. I'm looking for websites that set the trends and standards of interactivity on the web.
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