Scout London has nothing to do with the Scouts, but we like the turn of its woggle. The online magazine offers a tasty spread of London news and happenings. Londonist readers may well feel an affinity for the content, which includes plenty of alt.London articles ('Skyline Crimes: Wandsworth Roundabout', 'London's Secret Cash Machines'...). Intriguingly, the 'About' text at the bottom hints at a print version in the new year. For now, you'll also find Scout London on Facebook and Twitter @ScoutLondon.
Peasoup Magazine is a little different. Named after the murky London fogs of yore, the virescent website seeks to penetrate the haze with clear and thoughtful writing on a monthly topic. The recent London riots form the latest theme. You'll find interviews and essays a-plenty, digging into the causes and consequences of the riots, including a discussion with Pauline Pearch, the Hackney resident who was famously captured on video standing up to the looters. Previous issues of this not-for-profit have tackled privacy, internships, the Tube, the Monarchy and food waste. Next month: homelessness. Follow them on Facebook and Twitter @PeaSouperHero.