I think it's worthwhile to highlight the blogs that I've collected under the "Model Blogs" heading, as they all take advantage of the medium in a way that's instructive. When I wrote about the concept of an ideal blog, I did not make any attempt to show that such a blog could exist in real life, outside of the Platonic blogolandia as it were. AutoLiniers is the most purely realized example of this ideal that I know of.
The idea behind AutoLiniers is very simple: through an email forwarding process described in the its first post, images of the daily comic strip Macanudo are automatically posted to the blog. (I guess it's good to discuss methodology in one's first post.) Thus a new cartoon appears every day without any effort on the part of the blogger.
Macanudo is written by an artist named Liniers, hence the title of the blog. It's published in print by La Nación, a daily Argentine newspaper.
AutoLiniers is still one of the most complete collections of Macanudo on the internet. It's not comprehensive, for any number of reasons, but the fact that it runs on this perpetual motion makes it especially appealing. (Difficulty of completing the collection comparable to that of perpetual motion, being "close" but not at all within reach)
I have to mention that Macanudo is a terrific comic strip, so I am grateful to AutoLiniers not only as a justification of my blog thoughts but as a source of consistently wonderful jokes. If you can read even a bit of castellano it is worth your while.