Monthly Archives: May 2009

DC Blogs Noted

DC Basket Cases takes us with her on the roller coaster ride that is Mystics fandom. If you’ve been a mystics fan for as long as I have…. What a difference a floor makes …Lachrochan feels lucky having to move offices only six times and shares the difference between the First Floor Turkish Bazaar and […]

DC Blogs Noted

Wow. Some people have better different dreams than others. For me, a complicated lace knitting project is an accomplishment. For Liebchen of Learning to Fly the goal is flying through the air with the greatest of ease, yes, you guessed it, on a flying trapeze is the dream. Again, wow. Standardized form letters for online […]

DC Blogs Noted

DCist was first to report it, The Heights Life and Global Chameleon have a problem with it, City Paper’s Blog is hosting a Contest about it, and now there is no stopping it – Real Housewives of DC is coming. Finding a blog post about the California Supreme Court decision on Proposition 8 was easy.  […]

DC Blogs Noted

The threat that the writer of Sexy, single, and… celibate? faced in a parking lot — I calculate the risk, practically lunge for the door, and shut and lock it as fast as I possibly can — becomes a metaphor about blogging and co-workers who read her blog. This persistent anonymous commenting and behavior is […]

New blogs added to the live feed

These are blogs that recently requested to be added to the live feed. I should be making these lists more often, and will do now that there’s this beta page for postings other than the main Noted page. — kob About DC: DC Crime Blog Local Nature: The Natural Capital Personal: Run Amok Amok Lisa […]

DC Blogs Noted

Rent catches up with another DC relic. Culture Me, DC notes that Cleveland Park Magruder’s to Close this weekend. When someone asks DC365 what a falafel is, there’s no time to be wasted. Thing 151: Amsterdam Falafel Sweetpea’s Garden takes us through the maybe-less-known but no less real (at least these few weeks) Indian Spring […]

DC Blogs Noted

RudeCactus sees (and hears) dumb people (which is really scary boys and girls). And about that: no matter what librarians tell you, there really are stupid questions out there. Here are some. An OC Girl Living in an Extraordinary World gets stressed by rude drivers, unless their bumper stickers agree with her world view. Then […]

DC Blogs Noted

There are keepers of all things; and the keeper of words, the Global Language Monitor, announced recently that we are about to reach the one million word mark in the English language.  Franco Beans takes umbrage at the word that may get that honor and wonders about the cumulative contributions made by the electronic generation.  […]

DC Blogs Noted

Overheard on the Metro: “I don’t think my husband would appreciate that.” Is it Luck? Is there a place where you need a surfboard and snowboard? In Town. Observed on the street. Interview: DC Mini Gallery. ReadysetDC, A soon to be open space on 14th. On District Love: 90 minutes in Dupont. Americornization a blog […]

DC Blogs Noted

SciWonk tells how Dr. Margaret Ellis Bourdeaux Saves the Life of Dr. Gene Dresselhaus. Excerpt: Suddenly, from the adjacent table, Dr. Margaret Ellis Bourdeaux, who was in attendance, stood and rushed over, like a breeze. Her curly, bright red hair, fair skin, and teal full-length gown were striking, but not as striking as her calm […]