Eurovision is upon us once again. Lot’s of craze about, well, what? Let’s face it, the music from the Eurovision Song Contest is always 99% rubbish. It’s one giant freakshow of so-called European nations, worse even than MTV these days. However, we can’t dismiss the Eurovision SC completly, for one good reason: it’s comical value.
There are some funny videos here I will admit, Eurovision Videos
Lena Meyer-Landrut (SKL Show 'Tag Des Gluecks')
“Oi don’t give a shit,” Germany’s newest pop star sings in her odd accent, Der Spiegel
Even BBC agrees to Eurovision being a cliche, Eurovision 2010: How to write the winning lyric
Let the show begin! Now who will win? Oi don’t give a shit. 🙂
The Blogosphere is still going strong, with lots of interesting information and inside scoops coming from all corners of the world every day. With the iPad release just around the corner, the Apple Insider and iPadblogs are more popular than ever.
For art lovers there is the increasingly popular BibliOdyssey and the less knownFlickr blogfor photo lovers.
Environmental blogs are of course a must this year, with Solar Power Forum and Eco Geekpaving the way before the much awaited Chevrolet Volt. Of course, other car manufacturers have hybrids and electric cars coming out this year too, according to rumors from the auto blogs of Audi Rumors, Mercedes Rumors, and BMW Rumors.
There are plenty of rumors on other technology fronts too, such as with Chinese Clones of everything from iPhone to iPad, even though Chinese tablets have been released before the iPad.
Major events this year one can follow through blogs are of course the FIFA 2010 WORLD CUP and EUROVISION 2010. Not to mention the continued popularity of the Twilight Saga on blogs such as Breaking Dawn, Bella Cullen, Eclipse, Edward Cullen, and Werewolf Jacob.
Oh and I hear Perez Hilton is still a popular blog, and that Felix’s Babes will be.
The Norwegian subway system in Oslo caught fire again on Saturday.
Nobody was reported to be harmed by the regular incident.
Norway is famous for having the least well functioning public transport system in the world. If you are thinking about going to Oslo for the Eurovision Song Contest 2010, you may want to bring your own fire extinguisher.