As promised, today I'm reviewing chapter five of the book Blogging: Genius Strategies for Instant Web Content by Biz Stone (no I did not make that one up--but maybe he did). This chapter, entitled "Blog Design 101," lists the nuts and bolts on how to produce a memorable space in the blogosphere. It also explains the purpose of common sections found on most blogs like... headers, dates, body, links, modules, and footers. Plus a quick overview of the basic elements of design for any good blog. He believes that a blog should reflect the author's personality. I suspect most of the memorable ones do. Best Advice--- go over the top but not over--board, and once you get the elements down then you can "think like an information architect." I think I like that sound of that one!