Couple things kids, before I’m off to the gym AGAIN, to work off some of this insane stress that has taken up root on my chin in the form of a nasty eruption of cystic acne. Thanks to all of you who have been so supportive and all of the direct messages and emails and […]
Obviously this Growing Necklace was designed by somebody who pays $1500 to sublet a closet in Soho. Or somebody who is really into having fresh pot. One or the other. Both?
Are you guys tired of this yet? (I am.) But we’re almost done. With the math part, anyway. (By the way, if you’re just learning that there are tiers in the BlogHer Ad Network now, you’re going to want to brush up on the issues raised in the first post on the topic here, then […]
Free from DesignFruit is Electrosketch, a set of Photoshop Brushes described as a “sketchy mess of organic lines and circles with some grungy, abstract elements weaved in and out of wiry configurations and linear tracks.” Cool. Hey everybody, we’ve got a new featured blogger ad up and running! Please check out Carolyn Draws when you […]
How can you possibly make a Bugaboo stroller better? Attach an iPhone to it with a special attachment. This accessory will be available from the Bugaboo site within the next month or so. Hey everybody, we’ve got a new featured blogger ad up and running! Please check out Becky’s ad for Suburban Matron in the […]
Ever since Mini turned three, everything is “poopy” this and “poopy” that. It was probably a little before he turned three, actually, that this fascination with talking about poop took hold, but I didn’t actually mention it in front of Mini’s teacher until the other day. “If you don’t stop climbing on me, little man, […]
These Airplane Food, Suppersonic Fold and Fly Placemats by Fred & Friends might make dinner a little more chaotic, but probably more fun, too.
This is the first in several posts explaining the statistical evidence I have found that suggests there is a tier system that — together with traffic — governs how much money publishers on the BlogHer Ad network make from running advertisements on their blogs. For a review of what I’ve discussed already on the topic, […]
Attempt to democratize the process of making money from a mommyblog by posting a series of how-to articles explaining different models for monetizing blogs and blog-related endeavors exclusive of large network sanctioned display advertising. Suggest that there might be a means of throwing parties and having fun without cultivating sponsors with the help of venture […]
Turns out it’s not just one post. It’s more like a series of posts, or possibly a new reason for Brian Williams to set up a fake house in Middle America and invite people over for sweet tea and cookies. I cannot explain everything in one post, people, it’s impossible. But I’m going to chip […]