Hippiedippie.org: This site is described as: Musings, rants, and raves for the flower children of the 21st century...
The Old Hippie's Groovy Site: This site is covered in links and resources for all things Hippie. At the top of the page, it reads: "Some surf the web, I use it like a drug."
The Literary Bohemian: Bohemian writing, showcased in the Literary Bohemian. The site is stylish and amazing to look at. I've barely read a thing, but I have stared long and hard at the homepage, admiring the beauty of such simple, artistic, creative scenery. Amazing.
Urban Bohemian: His self-proclaimed cheesy tagline about himself is that he is a "thirty-something über-connected queer city-dwelling urban bohemian." I'm interested to learn more.
Bohemian Musings: This site is amazing to see. The banner at the top alone captures Bohemianism in a picture in the same way that The Bohemian Manifesto captured it in words. Speaking of words though... hers are small and hard to read. Get a magnified glass.
The Life and Art of a Whimsical Bohemian: An interesting site by a creative lady named Lisa. From what I have read and seen so far, she seems to be worthy of a closer look.
A Bohemian's Blog: At the top it clearly states: BOHEMIAN: A PERSON, AS AN ARTIST OR WRITER, WHO LIVES AND ACTS FREE OF REGARD FOR CONVENTIONAL RULES AND PRACTICES. So, you know what you're getting. :)
BigCity Bohemian's Blog: "The best days are the ones I spend at home, catching sips of coffee from the mug perched next to the bookend on my music shelf while I practice. My window faces east, looking out across Harlem..." This Bohemian gives insight from New York, New York.
Modern Bohemian: "An eclectic mix of bohemian musings..." This has a bunch of links to different topics such as: "Organically eating your way to better health."
Modern Day Bohemian: Song lyrics. "For Christine."
More to come I'm sure, but anyway...enjoy browsing. I know I will.