Monthly Archives: January 2010

DC Blogs Noted

Global Chameleon who posts about place takes on why New York is different than DC. Does Global have it right, New Yorker in DC? TBA, but meanwhile NY in DC gives us a State of the Union live Tweet. Speaking of the SoTU… Famous DC takes on a tough “inside the Beltway” task. Closing Bell: […]

DC Blogs Noted

Fairfax County beats Montgomery County: higher median income, median home value, and slightly higher foreclosure rate, as noted in Urban Turf. Regarding dating and giving out phone numbers, Single with Style believes that “the first step toward happiness is not allowing yourself to be miserable” and thinks the method of forgetting to whom you gave […]

DC Blogs Noted

Maxie’s opening salvo, “If you haven’t heard of Texts from Last Night, you’ve been living under [an unprintable] rock; a rock without internet access,” shamed me into viewing the hilarious site. The site is the subject of a newly released book and she is hosting a contest to give away a copy. Visit I Hate […]

DC Blogs Noted

The Newest Dealer sees more women applying make-up in public and says it is rude. He writes: As with any form of rudeness, women applying make-up in public spaces comes in different degrees of offense. There are three such degrees. Not a Girl, Not yet a Wino shares her sleep clinic experience. She writes: 10:15 […]

DC Blogs Noted

Lemmonex explains why this is my last blog entry. Geeks Without Borders: Live From Inside DC’s Crisis Camp. We Love DC How would you like a personal chef for special Valentines Day? Then submit a raffle entry by Tuesday. By DCBlogs’ editor, Restaurant Refugee, who is also a personal chef. Adventures in Voluntary Simplicity comes […]

The latest new adds to dcblogs live

Here are the latest additions to DCBlogs.com/live Books S. Krishnas Books Book reviews, giveaways and random musings. Inner Loop Lit Inner Loop Lit consists of reviews of literature, both fiction and non-fiction, from or about Washington, D.C., as well as reports of local bookstores and literary events. In focusing exclusively on authors, books, and bookstores […]

DC Blogs Noted

DC Teacher Chic highlights the superintendent’s latest plan to monitor city teachers: Season Premiere? Big Brother c/o DCPS Federal Baseball has an idea to spur “National Interest” (yuk, yuk, that’s me making a baseball pun) in our team Montreal Expos Day? C’mon Washington Nationals, Make It Happen!!! In other sports news, The DC Sports Page […]

DC Blogs Noted

FoBoBlo thinks that sending a giant get well card to Haiti (rather than sending actual help) is “tragic/sad/funny/cruel“ particularly when the message is sent by “some of the most privileged college students in the world.” Freewheeling Spirit considers whether a bike found in the trash is salvageable. Letting go of resentment regarding an ex is obviously […]

DC Blogs Noted

Unless you use bottled water for everything from drinking to bathing, chances are pretty good that at some point you’ve been less than enamored with DC Water and Sewer Authority. A Jersey Kid writes about his experiences in his Customer Service Announcement. iMetro frequently chronicles the commuting tales of woe of the self-described MetroMan. The […]

DC Blogs Noted

Don’t like to wait to skate at the National Gallery’s rink? A tip moves you to the front of the line, reports claudine hellmuth. Internet advice success story. Nutgraf goes online to search for help about about restoring wood furniture. Photos. A brief electronics history, (Remember the Handspring Visor?) with photos, and a declared love […]