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I figured that I would inflict a little Sunday afternoon ego-surfing on you, since I’m not quite ready to post our notes on Friday’s dinner at for mom’s 65th. (Or ready, even, to decide where to post it – here or on the under the "not even remotely a cheapeat" category)

Enjoy the photos below.  These are ones that other bloggers and journalists have used under the [] licence in their articles, rants and quick-hit posts.

 
 


on: y: Tara Hunt

Ah….individualism. Freedom. Our own special snowflake world. Yep. We live in a world where we can celebrate personal freedom (albeit not beyond the boundaries of others’). We are all unique. That’s a good thing. [keep reading…]

 


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by MC Milker

The recent recall scare involving 83 different plastic toys sold by Mattel sent nary a chill through my spine. A month earlier, the recall of Thomas the Tank Engine toys did.  [keep reading… ]

PR 101: Announcements Are Always Managed
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by Dylan Tweney

Are you shaking your head in amazement, or envy, at Michael Arrington’s scoop about how Yahoo plans to shut down Yahoo Photos in favor of Flickr? Don’t: The announcement was hand-delivered to Arrington at a PR agency’s schmoozefest last night. [keep reading…PR 101: Announcements Are Always Managed]

 

Angelena says, "Oh, what a tangled web we weave."
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by April Smear

The man (or woman) upstairs is playing jokes with her heart and libido. It’s time to take matters into my own hands and remove myself from the drama that may ensue. One-night stands are much easier to deal with… [keep reading…Angelena says, "Oh, what a tangled web we weave."]


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by: Billy 

I’ve only just recently discovered the joys of pulled pork. This picture certainly does it justice…


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I am going to put this up on the cafe tomorrow as I have new wall space! [keep reading…]

 


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Kensington is the hub of New York’s Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities, although, as with much of central Brooklyn, it contains multitudes: Hasidic American Jews and secular Russian and central Asian Jews, West Indians, Chinese, Central Americans, Poles―even a few telltale shamrocks still hang in pub windows here and there.  [keep reading]

Economist Website Turns to Flickr As Photo Source
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by: Dean
Readers of The Economist’s website might be surprised to see, among the wire and agency photos that illustrate its articles, images taken from Flickr.  [keep reading…Economist Website Turns to Flickr As Photo Source]
 

Flickr Forum: March 23rd, 2007
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by Jerrold

A ninja turtle sighting, things in disarray or not quite right, and a foil face for good measure – these and more make up this week’s Flickr Forum on blogTO. [keep reading…Flickr Forum: March 23rd, 2007]

 


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by David Topping 

If you picked up a copy of this week’s Eye, you may have noticed that the text along the bottom of the cover claims that "It’s official! Eye Weekly has the largest circulation of any urban weekly in Canada!*" [keep reading…]

 

Hải and Thảo at the falls
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Toronto raccoons (1)
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Kurt Cobain
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Das war gerade eine Eingebung des Herrn… Erinnere ich mich irgendwie an Nirvana – also an deren Sänger Kurt Cobain, mal kurz bei Wikipedia reingeschaut – und der Typ hat sich genau heute vor 13 Jahren das Gehirn weggepustet. [keep reading…Kurt Cobain]

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Spinnerei? Nun wir werden sehen. Ich frage mich, warum dieses wirklich starke Gesetz unter Ausschluß der Öffentlichkeit beschlossen wurde. [keep reading…(if you can)…18302738920]

Celebrate Cinco De Mayo – “Build Your Own Burrito” Lunch
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I didn’t know what Cinco De Mayo was… so it was the “build your own burrito” that really caught my eye.


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One of my favourite Easter candies is the panned egg. I don’t know where this name comes from, but that’s neither here nor there. [keep reading…]

 

The Sheep And The Whale Special Valentine’s Contest
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by: Johnnie Walker
 

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