Monthly Archives: December 2006

DC Blogs Noted

    The Mark Pike discovers a new way of studying that doesn’t take up much time. You basically just leave a video camera running on your book, he writes. Video illustrates.  Someone who grew up on a Christmas Tree farm and now lives away from home in DC, writes about her first very own […]

DC Blogs Noted

Do you go to the movies by yourself and wish it wasn’t so? Then wear a white hat this Saturday and be recognized by other theater attending singles.  This strategy stems from an email published on the Post Secret blog (scroll down it) or go first to this DCist post, If You’re Single and You Know it Wear […]

DC Blogs Noted

My friends call me a gay man magnet, so begins a post by an OC girl living in an extraordinary world about a relationship that was never meant to be. The Blue BMW and the Blonde, overheard at Big Sky Girl. Nice work if you can get it, is Countersignature’s take on the plan by DC […]

DC Blogs Noted

“Can I call you back? I’m in class.” — This is the title to a post that explains how an American University professor dealt with a cell phone ringing in class. It’s from the American University Technology Observers blog, the work of a group of AU students documenting how technology has come to influence our culture. But when you […]

DC Blogs Noted

If you are in need of some holiday downtime reading, The Happy Booker has assembled links to the ‘best of’ books lists. This humorous headline says it all:  If a woman pees in the forest and no one sees her, does she make a sound? Okay, what if two people see her? Quite in the Stacks. […]

DC Blogs Noted

A list of cold and perceptive realities by Lucky Spinster, such as: … that the most charming men are also usually the most dangerously fickle … (Nod to Erika) A fantastic and unreal accounting about an experience in Target by Merujo of the Church of the Big Sky. Read this one. An excerpt: “Did I move […]

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Roosh V (formerly DC Bachelor) argues that our lives are governed more by random events, by statistical probabilities, than something that leads to a final purpose. He writes this after learning of the death of a 24-year-old-woman in an accident. This well written post, titled Not that Important, has drawn more than 60 comments. DC Drinks […]