Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Hey Fam. Question...

What's up yall? This is Toya. I have a question for everyone that reads BGLU: What do you think about online mags like Clutch Magazine and Honey Magazine? I love both of them. I think I am a little bit more in love with Clutch though because their music recommendations are hot (I just found out about the band Little Dragon because of them. Yes and amen). What do you think about BGLU going into a similar format?

We want to keep BGLU going and are trying to figure out how to make the most out of it. We know that a good number of you have been reading for a while which is CRAZY! LOL! We love it and are glad that so many of you have found some sort of kinship with us and our crazy selves. We would love your input. This is our blog but well, it's yours too and we want your input. Thanks!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am a huge fan of Clutch magazine. It's in it's own lane and not trying to follow anyone. I think Honey is very sexual and raunchy for a reason, but its cool. I too wanted to launch my own magazine, it's not easy, but if you two are ready then I am happy to read it! Also, know Clutch has just gotten it's due they been online for almost 3 years.

A said...

Clutch is pretty damn excellent. I can't remember how I found the site, but I've never looked back. I'm still trying to get into Honey since it's seems to be a great site, but I never remember to visit. The only other blogs I read religiously/semi-religiously are Crunk & Disorderly (one of the best gossip and general foolishness commentary ever), Black Girl Long Hair (informative hair info and stories), Concrete Loop (general and usually unbiased black gossip), The Root (political and social) and Afrobella (beauty). I also have Jezebel and Soul Bounce on my list of other sites I need to check out, along with Honey. The best things about these sites (with the exception of C & D) are that I can view them at work without any negative consequences.