Tag Archives: link list

Inspiration

Accuracy Quote Investigator – Garson O’Toole diligently seeks the truth about quotations. Who really said what? Snopes.com – Rumor has it – a reference source for urban legends, folklore, myths, rumors, and misinformation. Artists, Artisans, Crafts and Creative Minds Bent Objects – Simple objects rearranged to create humorous figures. Real Snail Mail – mail delivered […]
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Who is the Artist of Toonaday Cartoons

For many years I subscribed to Ron Leishman’s  Toonaday Digital Clipart. I have used many of  Ron’s toons in my blog posts,  as you can see in the following gallery. Ron is  a fellow Canadian and Albertan (Alberta is a Province in Canada).  Though I have never met him, I have traded emails with him […]
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Blogroll

There are 164 million (give or take a few million) blogs on the internet! Here are just a few of the ones that I have followed over the years. Currently Active Bloggers Expat woman and her husband – Canadian Travel Bugs – China and Canada Christopher Martin at Christopher Martin Photography – Canada A talented […]
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Networking – Awards and Challenges

Networking is not about hunting. It is about farming. It’s about cultivating relationships. – Dr. Ivan Misner – Networks – how many do you belong to?  I have many, built over the years in response to what I was doing. My most recent network is because of my interest in blogging. A Blogging network  isn’t […]
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Bloggers that Post Once a Day

Happy April Fools Day, all. When we were kids, we called it April Spruce Cake. Our misinterpretation of the intent of the day was based, I guess, on our hope that there was something more to it than a few lame jokes. Totally unrelated to the day: WordPress has a Post-a-Day Challenge called Daily Post. […]
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Blogs that Use More than Mere Words

It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words, which is why Bloggers like to use one or two per post. Apparently, the average attention span of blog readers, once they have decided to read beyond the title and first few lines, is about 500 words. The average blog reader, then, would spend […]
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