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You’ve probably already seen this graphic (below). It’s all over the NY Times, Huffington Post, and our favorite love-to-hate-‘em Slow Food USA. I’m proud to announce that the newest foodie and gardener graphic du jour originates from my great home state of Maine, via Kitchen Gardens International. Unfortunately, I don’t think KGI

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Banked by clouds and neatly edged plumes of native plants and herbs, the golden gate bridge swings between two coasts. Absent in this photo, idling diesel-engined buses disgorge swarms of sightseers armed with professional nikon lenses and completely unnecessary sunhats. They amble up the short concrete ramp to chatter and

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Meyer lemon marmalade-surprise delicious! It really works. Made for a panna cotta topping. Still more lemons to use though!

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Success! My first tailored men’s piece in wool herringbone.

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You can read more about her insane crochet needles of incredible power here as well as see more of her crocheted apartment (including humanoids in crocheted camouflage body suits). 

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laughingsquid: Long Exposure Photos of Planes Taking Off and Landing at SFO

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Peter Shankman of HARO on why he can’t stand “social media experts”. I tend to agree, but I wouldn’t want to read HIS “shouting” diatribes as a customer 😉

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Why can’t life be more like a stock photo? This looks nice. I’d like to be wearing a pair of soft velour sweatpants while I cradle a steaming cup of joe, glancing up from my expensive MacBook out of the sunny window while my handsome mate quaffs his morning brew

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As a job seeker, you have probably felt rejected at times. Sometimes potential employers are rejected too. I enjoy pre-rejecting organizations as possible partners when they use poor grammar and cringe-inducing “hip” or “funny” jargon in their job announcements or mission statements. I’ve found a disturbing trend of blatant misspellings

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