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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:...

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...

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...

Xzibit
Xzibit

Music, video, and news about Xzibit. Why it’s in the Showcase: Xzibit is a rapper, actor, and television host. He hosted the MTV show Pimp My Ride, which brought him mainstream success.

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...

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...

upside, the UPS blog
upside, the UPS blog

Upside is a blog created by UPS to share personal insights and perspective about the largest transportation company in the world. Why it’s in the Showcase: UPS is the world’s largest package...

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...

Facebook Newsroom
Facebook Newsroom

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

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...