@aspentree chimed in with a great brand recommendation: Tumblr!
Tumblr.com is a great blogging platform which thousands enjoy - it's integrated audience and ease of setup has allowed it to beat wordpress's open platform in adoption, and it's reach into the youth demographic has made it a hot property for marketers, designers, advertising creatives and other adult-looking ghouls.
Tumblr exercises an extensive lack of community moderation, and it's core usage revolves around the trading of copyrighted content. This "sharing" often excludes references to the original source, which has generated an active user base of quasi-curators who don't actually make anything new, and in fact often conceal their traded content's source - despite the platform's promotion of it's minority of content creators. Tumblr is indeed a fantasic place to exploit works by others for the ephemeral joy of gaining followers without any of the consequences of breaking copyright law.
Tumblr's community is young, hip, savvy, cool, chill, trill and indie, and owned by Yahoo! - a search engine your deceased great-grandparents use.
I use tumblr for my blog. It's great, check it out! Tumblr.com