DC Blogs Noted

Panda Head is a Washington DC fashion and style blog run and edited by Morgan Hungerford, a local clothing designer intent on dispelling the myth that the District can’t dress. The writer takes photos of sharply dressed women around the city. This is a great effort.

Moving from a PC to a Mac brings changes on all levels, including a change of attitude. To find out what buying a Mac really means, read this clever post:  The Five Stages of a Mac Metamorphosis by Nicolasix. An excerpt from one of the stages:

Generally referred to as the ‘Microsoft who?’ stage. Your friends begin to notice that you are dressing cooler, eating healthier, and generally living better. Every morning, your spouse prepares a full breakfast, which is followed up …

If you are in a bar with your boss don’t … Advice from Lucky Elevens.

What part of “moved” wasn’t clear. The Heights they are a changin’ is a sharply written new neighborhood arrival about Columbia Heights. (Via DCist)

Silver Spring Daily Photo is part of international effort to post photos from around the world. Check this photographer’s work, but explore the link list as well.

Blogging workshops. The writer at Vegetables for Breakfast is also a communications consultant and blogs at Don’t Get Caught, which is headed by Denis Graveline. Details about her blogging workshops are here.

Two big blogging events this week:

Wednesday: The Washington Blogger Meetup Group will gather at 7 p.m. at Regional Food and Drink 810 7th St. NW. These are very informal gatherings and everyone is welcome.

Thursday: This month’s Blogger Happy Hour, 7 p.m., at Porter’s, 1207 19th St. NW.  Everyone is also invited to these fun, social events. Details at I-66.

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