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The Calm Life

4.26.17 I recently had to do a complete lifestyle change, move from the big city to a small town in the mountains. My website is to launch next week on Wordpress, and will be focused on living a calmer life. TheCalmLife.net will need some guest posts, and I am looking for a few writers who wish to guest post. There is no pay but I encourage your articles to be beneficial and "pretty" with original content and photos. The best part is you can link drop to one good link in your article for posting. [more inside]
posted by IraMency on Apr 27, 2017 - 0 comments

barrl: gusty winds may exist

I started one of those blogs people have where they write about all the stuff they care about. Topics include, among other things: social justice and feminism, video games (especially Dragon Age) and menstruation. Also, there are jokes. [more inside]
posted by NoraReed on Mar 6, 2015 - 4 comments

Talk or learn about asexuality 201!

So I mentioned this in the #womensMarch MeTa thread, but I am the vice-admin for a group blog called the Asexual Agenda whose purpose is to promote more higher-level discussion of asexuality, by asexuals. It also aims to provide a community center for asexuals who are interested in this discourse. [more inside]
posted by sciatrix on Feb 25, 2015 - 4 comments

The Portland Tarot Forecast

A free weekly reading for the whole city. I got the idea because sometimes I'd noticed the same card or cards showing up in different people's readings in the same few days, and I felt like I was glimpsing larger spiritual currents. I wanted to more fully examine that, and also to combine my writing flair with my divinatory reading skills. Warning: Contains mysticism
posted by overglow on Feb 20, 2015 - 1 comment

Litblog Roundup

What's happening at the intersection of literary culture and the internet? I've started a new bi-weekly blog series intended to address that topic and more. It's called "Litblog Roundup." [more inside]
posted by dylan_k on Jan 5, 2015 - 0 comments

Known

Known is a simple platform for publishing words, pictures, podcasts and more to a site that you control. Choose to syndicate it to social networks like Twitter and Facebook, or software you already use like Moodle or Sharepoint. With Known, you control your content and ideas. [more inside]
posted by bwerdmuller on Sep 12, 2014 - 3 comments

SliderBuilder: Make responsive sliders and carousels online

SliderBuilder is an interactive web-based WYSIWYG editor for creating slideshows, content sliders, and carousels for a website or blog. You manipulate slides, layers, images, and text through a web interface, then either generate HTML code to paste into your site or publish your slider at sliderbuilder.com. [more inside]
posted by quarantine on May 16, 2014 - 1 comment

LitKit: A Curated Index of the Literary Blogosphere

Even in the midst of some technological turbulence (see also: “blogging is dead,” “Google Reader is gone“) there remains a vibrant and enjoyable literary blogosphere. You can still subscribe to a huge number of blogs and join the conversation. I’ve created a tool to help make it easy to do this, so you can get back to reading and posting. Using Silliman’s Blogroll as a starting point, I’ve created an OPML file. This file is a big list of all the RSS feeds of all the blogs on Silliman’s list. The file is designed to be imported into your blog reader of choice. Since Google Reader isn’t around anymore, I recommend Feedly (my current favorite) or Digg Reader (also very good).
posted by dylan_k on Jan 21, 2014 - 1 comment

Who Are You Supposed To Be?

I have been blogging about the creation of my latest play, a Doctor Who-themed romantic comedy called "Who Are You Supposed to Be?" that is set to debut at the Edinburgh Fringe in August. There are five posts about the project on my blog so far, tagged appropriately. We are also running a fundraiser and there is an IRL event for the show.
posted by crossoverman on Jun 22, 2013 - 2 comments

Pieces of ourselves found in the memories of our ancestors

Found in the Past is a blog dedicated to sharing the history of, and stories about, a family. [more inside]
posted by christopherious on May 18, 2013 - 1 comment

Chicago Food Bloggers

I'm hoping it becomes a definitive directory of food bloggers in Chicago, the Chicago suburbs, and Northwest Indiana. I just finished designing and building the site and have sent out a few invitations, but it officially launches in two weeks. [more inside]
posted by theuninvitedguest on Apr 14, 2013 - 2 comments

100 Ways To Write Badly Well

Three years ago, I started a blog (as announced previously on Projects). Now that blog is a book, in both paperback and ebook form. This wouldn’t have been possible without the help and support of MeFi. Thanks everyone!
posted by him on Nov 7, 2012 - 0 comments

The Long Bleep, a podcast and blog about taboo language.

The Long Bleep will be a public forum for discussion of four-letter words, "dirty" words, swearing, cursing, obscenities, and more. The first step is a questionnaire. Its results will be used to create podcasts and blog posts structured around things that really happened when taboo language was used: confrontations, first encounters, eureka moments, learning situations. Those stories will lead us down cultural and historical paths as we tease out the complicated relationship English-speakers worldwide have with "dirty" words. More information on the blog.
posted by Mo Nickels on Apr 21, 2012 - 4 comments

[Read on Wiki]pedia

Read on Wiki creates a timeline of your wikipedia browsing history. It includes a chrome extension and a place to host the timeline. Right now, it just shows one user's data (myself), but if enough people think it's cool, I'll release the extension and open the service to the public.
posted by philosophistry on Nov 21, 2011 - 2 comments

Blogging a century of history in L.A.'s Skid Row

The 1947project time travel blog is thrilled to announce the launch of a very special new series, The Union Rescue Mission at In SRO Land. Past 1947project blogs have always been based in historic newspaper research. That changes today, with the debut of the first 1947project blog series based entirely on original research in an historic, significant--and previously unknown--Downtown L.A. archive, that of the Union Rescue Mission. [more inside]
posted by Scram on Sep 8, 2011 - 1 comment

Zum Znacht

daisyk (a Swiss-by-association) and I (a vegan-by-association) have been blogging about the vegan meals we make in our kitchen that are interesting or tasty. Not all of them are based on beetroot.
posted by Zarkonnen on Aug 21, 2010 - 0 comments

signal - quick and easy link blogging

My weekend project was to create a link blog application that would make it easy to share links with my friends through a bookmarklet. It's minimal in terms of features right now and the design is, um, spartan. But, y'know. Ship it. http://www.findsignal.com/jp
posted by jpignata on Aug 15, 2010 - 8 comments

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