For those who haven't seen it, Blue Devil Knight's Blogotypes post was one of the most popular ever on a chess blog. Here's what could be considered a new blogotype; ironically enough, BDK's blog heads the list. Perhaps you can identify some other examples.
Blogs That Used to Be Good (and might be again)
These chess blogs used to frequently titillate the reader with witty, useful or simply entertaining content, but no one really knows when they'll be updated again or if the blogger still cares about his/her followers. Bloggers who are dead (or at least dead to the chess world) are ineligible.
not to be confused with MDMA) school through his journey into the world of chess improvement, the Seven Circles of Hell, and entertainment galore. Blog derailed due to child and Post-World Open Stress Disorder. However, he is Only Mostly Dead; has been seen at the International Chess School forum and in the occasional blog comment. (Arguably could also be considered Blogotype #12.)
Saving Private Ryan) mingled with reflective chess improvement insights (Goblet O'Training) and periodic chessic existential angst (perhaps the reason for infrequent appearances). Not completely dead, having been sighted in 2013. Seeing a link to this set me thinking about the blogotype.
Chess Improver. Mysterious allusions are made to "projects in a different field" he is working on. Anything to do with the Area 51 project declassification?
importance of CCT even after the blog moved on to other theoretical pastures. I haven't always agreed with his posted conclusions - which sometimes contradict themselves over time - but the posts always made me think.
Grinch vs. Whoville series), historical stories and improvement insights are all abundant. Derailed by family upheaval and professional reinvention. Comeback possible?
Bermuda, interspersed with the pain of "cracktion" and chess parents. Other interests like Tae Kwon Do may have taken over from chess (or at least chess blogging).