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kiss my spatula
kiss my spatula

i’m a girl who loves being in the kitchen, behind the camera and in front of life. i believe in cooking and eating with the ebb and flow of the seasons. i believe in picnics by the sea, campfire s’mores...

Shit I Heart
Shit I Heart

Shit I Heart is a simple, fun collection of things that inspire a self-described visual problem solver who says, “go ahead, read it, watch it, love it, hate it, share it, be inspired by it. That’s...

The Robot Co-op
The Robot Co-op

Makers of 43 Things/Places/People, Lists of Bests, All Consuming.net & Should Do This.

A City At Work
A City At Work

An exhibition of the 1912 photographs from the Klauer Collection and the 2012 photographs by Tim Olson. Why it’s in the Showcase: A City at Work is an excellent example of using WordPress to showcase...

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Facebook Newsroom
Facebook Newsroom

Top news and events from the newsroom of popular social networking service Facebook.

The Bloggess
The Bloggess

An incredibly popular blogger and now a New York Times bestselling author, Jenny’s blunt, incisive writing style and willingness to lay everything bare have made her a blogging favorite. The Bloggess...

Uncrunched
Uncrunched

A blog covering startups and technology news. Why it’s in the Showcase: Michael Arrington is the founder and former co-editor of TechCrunch, a blog covering the Silicon Valley technology start-up...

Snoop Lion
Snoop Lion

Snoop Lion is the official blog of rapper, singer-songwriter, record producer, and actor known as Snoop Dogg, and most-recently as Snoop Lion. Why it’s in the Showcase: Snoop Lion has sold over 30...

Ray Ozzie
Ray Ozzie

Ray Ozzie is Chief Software Architect at Microsoft. He was formerly best known for his role in creating Lotus Notes. Why it’s in the Showcase: Ray Ozzie is a top executive at one of the world’s...

C-Scape
C-Scape

Larry Kramer’s blog about the changing landscape of media and business.  C-Scape stands for the fact that the four themes driving change all begin with the letter “C”:  Consumer,  Content, Curation...