This gal is happily demented, creating art and narrative with
crazy random swaps. It's not enough to swap your item, you have to
tell its story, too.
Biggest Fan of Ira Glass
needed to make myself a pair of hot geek
glasses. And here is a
all ready to go!
A new model for online advertising that I am especially pleased
with, both as an advertiser and as an ad host.
It's a transparent and cost-effective ad brokerage service for artists, entrepreneurs & other
small-business online operators.
Free Kibble for
12-year-old girl in Oregon wanted to provide food for dogs
and cats in shelters. Play her Bow-Wow trivia game, and each
of your free clicks provides 20 bits of kibble! (Over 2
million kibbles have been distributed since she started her
website in April 2008.)
Uh oh, another crafty website
to get lost in ... for hours! The
Gossip Blog Network
is a compendium of news & tips & contests & more, o my, for
crafts of every description.
Enter any U.S. street address on
FelonSpy.com website, and find out how many
convicted felons are living in the area ... and where.
FelonSpy's motto is "You Need to Know Who Your Neighbors
Paperbackswap.com ... Whoo boy, is this a fun site! It's like an
all-you-can-read buffet. Get rid of the books you've read -- paperback,
hardback, whatever -- by exchanging them for books you haven't. Their
inventory is over 2 million books! (If you like this one
as much as I do, be sure to tell them I referred you and I'll get a free
credit. My user name over there is
CatalogChoice.org ... my only regret is that I didn't find this
nifty website sooner, like before Christmas when my mailbox was
bursting with printed catalogs I didn't want! CatalogChoice is a
non-profit organization that saves trees by getting you off mailing
lists, for free. Just enter the info from the catalog's mailing
label and they take care of the rest.
||The New Mexico
Fiber Arts Trail
FREE guidebook covers over 200 local fiber artists
and 71 different destinations in the state of New Mexico,
organized by region. You can visit artists who weave, spin,
make rugs, dye fibers, run fiber farms, galleries, "trading
posts" and fiber studios, many offering classes.
download the guide
immediately, or request a copy through the website to be
delivered by snail mail. (If you're not in a hurry,
that's your best bet, because the booklet is beautifully
photographed and printed.) I also recommend their
Arts News page.