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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Goodreads.com is a large social site for all amateurs of reading and writing. They site contains a list of almost every single book ever written, allows readers to publish what they’ve read, to connect together and create bookclubs, and to … Continue reading
After watching the video below, I’m at a loss for words. *Warning – what follows is arguably worse than Rebecca Black’s Friday* There’s this thing I like about the internet, and that is how it serves as a springboard for … Continue reading
As mentionned in my April 14th Rant – A Post A Day, I gave myself a goal this month of posting the average of a post every day. I slacked off over the past couple of days due to being … Continue reading
For the past 15 days or so, Goodreads.com has been hosting the Intependent Book Blogger Awards (or IBBA), a contest that serves to “highlight the amazing content in book blogging today.” The contest pits blogger against blogger in four categories, … Continue reading
18 Yep, that’s right, 18 five year olds, at least according to the survey created by mingle2.com. Try the survey out for yourself by clicking on the image to the left, and see just how many five year olds you … Continue reading
Keeps the doctor away? Well, ok, maybe not… I honestly wonder how the big bloggers do it. How do they take time out of their day to write thousand word posts once, twice, even three times a day, every day … Continue reading
On April 15th will be the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. As a result, a lot of online content is appearing to commemorate the event. I’ve aggregated the content I found most interesting in this post, and hope you … Continue reading
This was a segment we used to do in the old netZooms that I really enjoyed. We’d pick the day the post went live and scoured Wikipedia for interesting events that happened on that very same day. Even though the old … Continue reading
“My complements to the chef!” John said as he burped and took a swig of beer at the same time. The food had been good, very good in fact. This had surprised John who, having never traveled before, feared … Continue reading