with the great variety of online malls available, you can shop local and never leave your bed desk. despite this accessible diversity, npr recently reported that human interaction decreases the likelihood of heart disease in women. so, although it’s become beyond easy to stay inside the webworld, ladies are putting their lives at risk by becoming too attached to monitors. [men seem to be just fine with solitude] therefore this round-up goes out to the fellas out there
March 6, 2009
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January 12, 2009
as openly mentioned before, i love technology – particularly – as it relates to art.
i remember my first memory stick clearly. i called her lipstick + she had a cord attached, so that i could wear her as a necklace – the ultimate fashion accessory. and also, project femininity upon her. now ‘they’ have come up with more clever modes of loss-prevention. and this here is my usb flashdrive (aka ufd) rounder-outter-up, which is less mushy than the knichet round up.
i love the idea of an outdoorsy high school kid with an l.l.bean backpack + this carabiner tagged on – hiding secret dorkdom, privately delighting in the cleverness of it . . . ahh highschool memories i make up.
and anoher severed ref:
and although the critters are cute, i’ve something for 80′s nostalgia myself:
yes 80′s – no ufd – a hub!
not organic enough for you? the end of this round up is food . . . mmmmm cabbage
[editor's addition 14-january-09: this little booky is just too cute not to add on]
December 22, 2008
brr. time to warm up the old fashioned way! needles out + in position: this is a my coney knit/crochet roundup-giddyup:
“the horse’s head was delivered to [Coppola] from a dog food company; a horse had not been killed specifically for the movie” ? thanks wik.
while we are in the mobster mentality . . .
bang.bang. pow pow pow thanks to jeni rodger . . . or a power-strangle-struggle might do?
maybe this impassivity towards violence is thanks to ninento 64 + terminator movies.
soooooo segue to EATING mmmmm
joy kampia o’shell fabricated that turkey from cotton, cashmere, wool and synthetic fibers. she also created a hamburger dress and full size bicycle .. it’s true.
what do we do with that giant piece of meat? digest it of course!
still have those needles out? eager to have a go? candypopcreations sells patterns on etsy
or if your hands are achy, this scarf substitute is knit and warm and does not dangle
windows of agate is a great little online store by karina glaser. she made + named the necktarine cowl in new york city <shop local what> + have a lovely knichet day