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Birch Bay Public Market

Friday, May 10 through the end of summer, Cathy and I will be selling her hand-made soaps, lotions, and toiletries, along with my photography, note cards, calenders, books, etc.

Come see us!

Across the street from the C Shop

4825 Alderson Road, Birch Bay, Washington 98230

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I had an automated blogroll here, powered by Google Reader, but Google, in its near-infinite lack of wisdom, killed Google Reader. Prior to this murder, all I had to do to put a blog on my blogroll (or to take it off) was to place it in a Reader folder called, appropriately enough, "blogroll" (or, of course, to remove it). I use The Old Reader now for following blogs, but it seems to have no way to something similar regarding the blogroll. If you know of a way to do this, please let me know.

The Semi-Irregular “Spam o’ the Day” (2-for1 special!)

The spam folder came up with a tie for, uh, best place today, so I decided to post both of them.

The first one is just your basic translate-o-matic silliness:

The more I examine articles of this kind of excellent as this (which can be uncommon), the additional I feel there might be a future for your

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So Here I Go Again, Blogging About Twitter

This is supposed to be a WRITING blog!

But with all the follow/unfollow angst on Twitter (still), I thought I’d throw this out there.

Why I follow you on Twitter:

You interest me.
You educate me.

That’s it. That’s all. That’s all it takes, and those are the only reasons that matter. Follow you as a tit for your tat?

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Twitter v. the Spambots

When I first joined Twitter, in March of this year, I wasn’t even really sure why I should.

Short, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing? What’s that all about? Who cares what I’m doing?

I quickly decided it wasn’t about short, frequent bouts of Narcissism, but that it was much more than just

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