A personal journal and tech blog in one. Get a chance to peer into the real interests of Aaron Brazwell and read about the things that concern him.
Visual Aesthetics – 9
First thing that captures your attention is the awesome banner that turns out to serve a function too. Scrolling down you will see the readable text and banner ads that somehow are not too irritating to look at since they seem to blend in with the rest of the stuff in the blog. The only thing that detracts from the visial appeal of this blog is the very small font size of numerous links on the right side. It left me feeling a bit dizzy as I looked at it and it didn’t make me feel like reading any of the links at all.
User Friendliness – 10
Giving the readers a chance to view the blog using three different perspectives is a great idea. All the key navigation features are present and subscribing is very easy with the prominent RSS button on the header.
Reading Enjoyment – 7
Aaron Brazell is a very good and witty writer, but the nature of the blog demands that some posts be a little technical. Even with non-technical posts, he likes to churn out the facts and figures. Those who are have no geek tendencies will be lost at sea in this blog. The five things he revealed about himself is WAY funny, though!
Useful Info – 10
Anyone who’s into blogging, all things tech, and sports will get a little something (if not a lot) out of this blog. Brazwell knows what he’s talking about and he’s sharing what he knows…so pay attention.
Overall Experience – 9
Although Technosailor is supposed to be Brazwell‘s personal blog I find it to be more of a tech blog, than a personal journal type. It must be because he lives and breathes tech. Of course you can read some non-tech posts here, which reveals the author’s other interests- but they are few and far between.