Posted on 12 April 2009 by admin
From Smashing Magazine:
The skateboard has been a favorite medium of artists for decades. Not only does it provide a sturdy surface to paint on, but it offers a great way to have your artwork be seen in the community. Skateboarding culture, which was once looked on as a short-term fad for rebellious teens, has established itself in society.
A wide range of artists have opted to put the canvas aside and go with the unique shape of the skateboard as a way to get their artwork out. In this article, we showcase 40 amazing skateboard designs that blend various design styles. Whether you used to skateboard, currently skateboard or have never stepped on one, these skateboard designs will surely lend inspiration.
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Word of Mouth: Poems Featured on NPR's All Things Considered
How You Can Be More Interesting
The Featured Drummer
Posted on 06 April 2009 by admin
Let's face it - Twitter is amazing. But with all its greatness, it's never been an easy task to find others on the service. Below are the 6 coolest, best places to find new tweeters.
Expand your Twitter bubble—it searches your friend graph and picks out people who you may like to follow
TwittieMe is a place to advertise your Twitter page for free and get more followers. Click on "Submit your Twitter page" and once approved, your ad will appear to the right. The most recent ad is at the top and only one submission is allowed in a 24 hour time period.
Directory of tweeters by interests
Enter your Twitter screenname to find other twitterers who probably share your interests.
Twitter directory sorted by interest/occupations
Twitter Yellow Pages - directory sorted by interests/occupation
Know of any other great sites for finding Tweeters? Tell us about it in the comments.
The New Rules of Marketing and PR: How to Use Social Media, Blogs, News Releases, Online Video, and Viral Marketing to Reach Buyers Directly, 2nd Edition
Social Media ROI: Managing and Measuring Social Media Efforts in Your Organization (Que Biz-Tech)
Mexican Everyday (Recipes Featured on Season 4 of the PBS-TV series "Mexico One Plate at a Time")