Claire Alcock’s Favorites

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O site Rollip transforma, de graça, qualquer foto sua em polaroid, com direito a efeitos especiais e até anotações de caneta. Fica parecendo que você abriu aquela gaveta escondida e encontrou essas fotos velhas. Olha só que lindo! Tô apaixonada... Continue »
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I finally got my pictures from Tokyo off my camera, cleaned up and uploaded to Flickr. I've found that most of my pictures fall into about three groups: Food, People and ... Stuff. Here are some of my favorites. Food There is of course amazing food in Tokyo. Every time I go there's something new: Japanese food in the US is typically a single dish; a plate of sushi, a bowl of udon or a dish of tonkatsu. However in Japan, everything comes with a myriad of small side dishes. Before the main meal even comes we get (clockwise) taro... Continue »
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My mom prints out some of my blog posts and emails to save, and for my dad to read. While that's adorable, it's doesn't hold a candle to how happy my folks would be if... Continue »
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You have to admit, WordPress created a movement around itself via the use of open-source. Posterous is now doing the same thing with its short-form blogging platform. One company that should do so is SixApart. But, it hasn't, *not in... Continue »
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I've been hearing hints and murmurs about something new coming from TypePad for quite some time. Finally I got a sneak peak yesterday...TypePad Micro which launches today at noon Pacific Time. TypePad Micro, according to Chris Alden, CEO of Six Apart is... ...a new, completely free level of TypePad that is streamlined for microblogging. We see this new form of blogging emerging -- living between the short status updates of Facebook and Twitter and the full-length posts of classic blogs -- and we want to make that easy and fun with TypePad Micro. TypePad Micro is free, and comes with...... Continue »
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typepad is doing some pretty awesome things this week, including introducing a microblogging platform, and asking their own bloggers to release the news on their blogs. Continue »
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It's hard to imagine that London was bombed so extensively during the Second World War. And yet, there are little reminders everywhere, such as this inlaid cross in the grounds of Christ Church in Southwark. Every time I walk past it, and read the little plaque nearby, I can feel the goosebumps erupt on my skin. On 17th April 1941 Christchurch was set on fire by enemy action and the church cross fell in flames on this spot. These stones mark where the grass was scorched by the burning cross Continue »
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Typepad has long been a staple in the blogosphere. It was the first blogging platform I used and I admit to having a nostalgic attachment to it. Yes, they've been upended to a certain extent by WordPress, but to their... Continue »
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TypePad's dashboard keeps you up to date with your favorite bloggers. If you want to encourage others to follow you, follow them! Be on the lookout for the Follow Module on your favorite blogs. Simply... Continue »
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Twitter is everywhere these days, so you never know when an avalanche of Twitter traffic will skyrocket your blog into the stratosphere. Encourage Twitter users to blast your posts out to their friends with the... Continue »
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Apparently miracles also take patience. Alethea and baby are healthy and happy. Thanks for all the well wishes. Continue »
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It's great to send stuff out to your Twitter followers or Facebook friends but it can be a chore to post to multiple sites. With 'Share This Post' you can post to your blog, update... Continue »
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via businessguysonbusinesstrips.com (referred by miz_ginevra) Start start! Continue »
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Two weeks ago, we added Favoriting to the all new TypePad because it's fun to recognize and recommend great posts. When someone "Favorites" your post, TypePad lets everyone in their network know to come check... Continue »
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Search engines are pretty smart, but they also like shortcuts to save time. To help more readers find your posts, the new TypePad lets you quickly add a Google Sitemap to your blog (Bing and... Continue »
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Traffic gurus all have a million tricks to tell you about, but they often forget the most important one. In order to get traffic to your site, there has to be a site worth going... Continue »
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via thisisphotobomb.com A co-worker told me about this site. Gonna post a few. Continue »