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MIB Watch

MIB Watch

MIB Watch is a fan site dedicated to the Men In Black movie. Why it’s in the Showcase: The design is striking and shows how using custom CSS can be used to extend the default Twenty Eleven theme...

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...

The Gap Theory

The Gap Theory

A proper rock band from the U.S. that inexplicably tours more in India than at home. Why it’s in the Showcase: The Gap Theory uses WordPress.com to feature stories, tour dates, music, photos and...

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...

fig & fennel

fig & fennel

Fig & Fennel is a food blog promoting a soon to be released cookbook. It features recipes from the cookbook, information about healthy living, and local inspiring people and places. Why it’s...

Whole lotta lovely

Whole lotta lovely

My blog [Whole lotta lovely] was created to share all the beautiful things that inspire me and hopefully they’ll inspire you too. Why it’s in the Showcase: The blog makes extensive use of the...

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...

Carl Bildt

Carl Bildt

Carl Bildt is a Swedish politician and diplomat. He served as Sweden’s Prime Minster from 1991 to 1994 and is currently the country’s Minister of Foreign Affairs. Why it’s in the Showcase:...

The Orwell Prize

The Orwell Prize

Since August 9, 2009, The Orwell Prize has been blogging George Orwell’s diaries, allowing you to gather your own impression of Orwell’s face – behind the screen, rather than the page. Each diary...