Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Photography, ah, capture the moment and share with others

Go ahead and gawk at these visually stunning and/or technologically innovative sites. It's Tuesday and we figured our readers could use a little inspiration for the long week ahead! Let us know what you think about today's photography links. Email us at 10linksaday@gmail.com or comment below.

Today's 10 Links a Day: Photography Resources and Sites

  1. Boston.com: The Big Picture
    Three times a week this site is updated with absolutely unbelievable pictures from around the world depicting everything and anything. We promise that you will be amazed and forced into a trance.

  2. Earth Album
    Best mashup of Flickr and Google Maps on the net. Bar none.

  3. PicApp
    PicApp is a free stock-photo service that lets you quickly and easily grab photos for use on your blog.

  4. SquareAmerica
    Remember the photos with the white frames around them? How nostalgic. Check out this site if you want to go back in time to a simple place.

  5. Pixlr
    Pixlr is an online image editor, jump in and start edit, adjust, filter. It's just what you imagine!

  6. FotoFlexer
    Another online photo editor. Really fun and easy to use!

  7. Worth1000
    A talented community of 500,000 digital artists that participate in amazing daily contests. Really cool stuff.

  8. 123 Royalty Free
    123RF.com is your one-stop royalty-free photo library offering stunning, practical stock photos at the most affordable price!

  9. wowapic
    wowApic.com offers a convenient and easy to use professional photo editing, touchup and restoration service at great value prices.

  10. Zleek
    Zleek is a collection of virtual photo albums (called Zleek Books) that can be shared with friends, family, or the general public. You can create stunning page layouts containing your favorite pictures that other people can interact with.

  11. Pikter
    In beta, it allows you to share your photos across a host of sites with a few clicks

  12. LifeSnapz
    LifeSnapz is a free, easy and secure way for people to record and organize important events, milestones and memories in their lives.

Monday, September 29, 2008

September Book Club

Every month, 10 Links a Day brings you an installment of our book club. Really it's a book selection list, but who are we kidding, it's more fun to be in a club :) Lots of research went into this month's club selections. We think we have brought you a diverse list of what everyone is talking about. Feel free to let 10 Links A Day know what you would like to appear in future postings by emailing us at 10linksaday@gmail.com. Until tomorrow, happy reading and shopping.

Today's 10 Links a Day: September 2008 Book Club












Friday, September 26, 2008

Bring on the Gossip (and weekend)

We aren't sure how your week has been going, but we are done! Sit back, relax and take in the past week's G (as in gossip) from some of our favorite gossip sites. Go ahead, indulge!

Today's 10linksaday: Bring on the Gossip

  1. I'm Not Obsessed

  2. Hookups and Breakups

  3. Cover Awards

  4. Shakiki

  5. Yeeeah!

  6. I Don't Like You That Way

  7. The Jay

  8. Gawker

  9. The Superficial

  10. Celebrity Baby Blog

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Sports Junkies Tune In

These days it's tough to watch the news without thinkingthe world is coming to an end. I know one safe placeto go that is seemingly recession proof, sports! It's one thing we can embrace in the midst of a financial crisis....

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Uncensored Interview is back!

Recently over at Uncensored Interview I did a piece about Los Angeles's fabled "Smell Scene." After naming a few bands you absolutely NEED to know, I was asked to expand it a bit for 10 Links a Day. Even taking this list from a slim five to an slightly heftier ten leaves a lot out of the diverse scene. - By Poingly

Today's 10 Links a Day: Bring on the Music

    Health were the inspiration to write about the other bands in the first place. The noisy group have brought a lot of attention to the scene and the venue as their self-titled debut album was recorded inside the walls.

  2. No Age
    The only reason No Age didn't make it into the original post at Uncensored Interview was because they have been written about ad naseum. They are so synonymous with The Smell that their album Weirdo Rippers even had the venue and its marquee pictured on the front.

  3. Captain Ahab
    The laptop-mastering, Speedo-loving duo shove everything you love about pop music into a thirty minute set, yet still being indie as fuck. Bubblegum, pop punk, teenage angst...yeah, it's all there.

    Though often claiming to be from Ketchikan, Alaska, Anavan are true children of the Los Angeles undergound. With an energetic live show that often finds the drummer climbing the walls, the band have become one of the most underrated yet respected bands to frequent The Smell.

  5. Kevin Shields
    Though there are many noise bands in the LA scene, Kevin Shields represents one of the more interesting. Eva Aguila took the name of a person of the opposite gender to avoid being pigeonholed in a male-dominated genre. The fact that it happened to be named after the guy from My Bloody Valentine? Pure coincidence.

  6. Foot Village
    Between megaphones and four drum sets, Foot Village make a lot of noise. Forming an indie rock drum circle of sorts, the band mix their percussive feel with loud screaming.

  7. Mika Miko 
    One of the most glaring omissions from my previous list was Mika Miko. The punk rockers singing through a telephone receiver hit with a Riot Grrl aesthetic have a spunky live show that just screams fun.

  8. Clipd Beaks
    Clipd Beaks fit in with a band like Health. Perhaps not surprising as the two are both signed to New York based label, Lovepump. Yeah they're noisy, but not quite noise (like Kevin Shields).

  9. The Mae Shi
    Over the past couple years, The Mae Shi have been through a number of line-up changes and adjusted their sound accordingly. Settling into a more accessable sound recently, the band self-released their most recent record to many a headache.

  10. Abe Vigoda
    Once again, I will end this list with Abe vigoda. Signed to No Ager Dean Spunt's label, the punk boys charm is undeniable. Conveniently, they allow me to bookend this entry with another video from Uncensored Interview:

Tuesday, September 23, 2008


Today, we stray from our normal posting routine as we are knee deep in a huge project! Although we haven't pulled together 10 Links of our own today, thankfully, we bookmarked this article to share with you all. The content, photography and architecture are amazing. We hope you enjoy this gem. 10 Amazing bridges like you have never seen them before!

We promise to be back on Wednesday with fresh new content. If you have ideas or are interested in guest blogging,  please drop us a line at 10linksaday@gmail.com. Until then, please enjoy this post.

10 Awesome Bridges from Around the World

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Cooking With Kids

We just had a long discussion about cooking with our family when we were kids. There was nothing that compared to making a cake with mom and being able to lick the mixing sticks after the mixing was complete.

Today's 10 Links a Day: Cooking with kids! Lots of fun ideas/items
  1. Childrens Recipes
    Fun, easy recipes for the whole family

  2. Spatulatta.com
    Teaches kids to cook through online video

  3. Growing Cooks
    Aprons and Supplies for kids

  4. Kids Cooking Club
    Tied Up In Knots Pretzel Kit

  5. Sassafras Enterprises
    Sassafras Kids Cooking and Baking Kits -best selection of kids baking products on the market

  6. MyStepStool.com
    The Learning Tower Toddler Step Stool for safety at the counter

  7. Kid Concoctions
    Kid Concoctions Cookbooks and Cooking Utensils and The Ultimate Book of Kids Concoctions
  8. Young Chefs Academy
    Cooking school for kids

  9. Cookingwithkids.org
    Watch the video

  10. More Kids Receipes
    Check out this great site for kids 

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Oprah's Favorite Things...

We have a hectic week ahead, so we thought we'd bring back a popular post from the past... We are convinced that Oprah makes the Internet tick.  

Today, we have a special treat. This posting is a great resource for anyone who needs to buy gifts. Every year, Oprah gives away her "favorite" things to a special audience. The items are appealing to all different tastes. Why wait on store lines, when we've provided you easy links to ordering in a click. Happy Shopping

Today's 10linksaday: Oprah's Favorite Things 2007

  1. Samsung HD Camcorder with 10x Optical Zoom
  2. Ugg Womens Classic Crochet Tall
  3. Toywatch Crystal Watches
  4. Perfect Endings Cupcakes from Williams Sonoma
  5. Melamine Bowls, Measuring Cups and Spoons
  6. KitchenAid Artisan Mixer
  7. Planet Earth DVD Set
  8. Kai Body Butter and Kai Body Buffer
  9. Clarisonic Skin Care System
  10. Claus Porto Soaps
  11. The Pillars of the Earth Book
  12. Breville Panini Press
  13. Ciao Bella Blood Orange Sorbetto
  14. Rachel Pally Swing Turtleneck and Sailor Pants
  15. Wood Scrabble Crossword Game - Luxury Edition w/Rotating Board
  16. UA 90th Anniversary Prestige Collection of Movies
  17. Shaklee Get Clean Starter Kit
  18. O's Guide to Life Book
  19. Josh Groban Noel CD
  20. LG HDTV Refrigerator

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

DIY - Do It Yourself, really!

With today's financial woes, it's tough to justify hiring someone to do a project that you can do yourself. Don't have a handy know it all in your back pocket? Today is your lucky day, we present to you all of the answers to your questions and your own personalized know it all!

Today's 10 Links a Day: Do it Yourself and save some cash!

  1. FixYa
    Tech Support, Manuals & Troubleshooting for Consumers.

  2. Instructables
    Instructables is a web-based documentation platform where passionate people share what they do and how they do it, and learn from and collaborate with others.

  3. TrickLife.com
    We'll show you how .

  4. Make
    MAKE Magazine brings the do-it-yourself mindset to all the technology in your life. MAKE is loaded with exciting projects that help you make the most of your technology at home and away from home.

  5. Koonji 
    Share your expertise! What is your method to the "madness"? How do you get things done online? Share your steps along with helpful sites and tips.

  6. Video Jug
    VideoJug has grown into the world’s most comprehensive library of free factual video content online. Our professionally-produced, high definition videos cover every conceivable topic and the site is the definitive online "encyclopaedia of life".

  7. DIY happy
    DIY:happy brings you the coolest DIY projects from around the net from building your own nuclear reactor to knitting a scarf.

  8. 5min
    Your one-stop shop for instructional videos and DIY projects.

  9. Do It Yourself.com
    Home repair projects and how-to articles.

  10. Natural Handyman
    We have thousands of pages of home repair tips and guidance from some of the best home repair authors and professionals.

Monday, September 15, 2008

Travel 2.0

Time to hit the road? Need a map? Want to know what to expect when you arrive? If so, check out today's posting that combines travel, maps and social being. Web 2.0 is here to stay, so hop on board and plan a fantastic getaway!

Today's 10 Links a Day: Travel 2.0

  1. EveryScape
    EveryScape takes you from the streets to the sidewalks and through the doors of the world's cities and towns. Letting businesses organizations and consumers build and share their world the way they see it. Not only can you see what your destination looks like from the street, but it goes even farther by letting you explore both the street view and the interiors of buildings, too. The service also helps users find hotels, restaurants, and popular tourist sites with reviews from Yelp.com.

  2. HappyMedian
    You tell us where everyone is coming from...we'll find you places to meet in a way that no one else can.

  3. InsideTrip
    InsideTrip provides, for the first time, a true insider's view on how to buy travel by offering not only the best prices, but also the ability to search by TripQuality score

  4. TripIt
    With today's myriad of travel sites, even the most experienced traveler has their hands full managing all the details of a typical trip. Booking airline tickets, hotels, rental cars and restaurants leaves you with lots of separate pieces of paper. Throw in maps, directions, things to do, and weather and the chaos multiplies. TripIt turns chaos into order by making it easy for anyone to: 1. Organize trip details into one master online itinerary -- even if arrangements are booked at multiple travel sites 2. Automatically include maps, directions and weather in their master itinerary 3. Have the option to book restaurants, theatre tickets, activities and more right from within the online itinerary 4.Safely access travel plans online, share them, check-in for flights, or print an itineraryTripIt takes the hassle out of travel itineraries. Simply forward your travel confirmation e-mails to its e-mail address and TripIt will build you a master itinerary, complete with flight/hotel info, maps, driving directions, weather reports, and much more.

  5. Placefav
    Placefav is the easiest way to keep track of and share the places you love with family.

  6. We Heart Places
    You can use this site to bookmark (or remember) places that you want to go in the future, whether it be for a, business trip;- or just to remember a localbar or cafe<. we♥places is for bookmarking and sharing places you'd love to visit.

  7. flagr
    There should be an easy way for EVERYONE to share where they go, while on the go. Such a system would not be limited to use with fancy GPS-enabled mobile phones. Instead, it would rely on the already-popular text messaging infrastructure available on almost every cell phone. Whether exploring new places or revisiting their favorite venues, most everyone you know is constantly exploring.  Flagr changes all this by enabling you to easily keep tabs with your friends’ most current whereabouts as well as their thoughts along the way. Whether it’s a killer burrito place or a new hilarious movie that your friends stumble upon, you are “in the know”

  8. VCarious
    VCarious is a new kind of travel site for exploring destinations in the same way as first-hand travel. Using Web 2.0 technologies, VCarious provides a dynamic, interactive environment for exploring photos, journals, and travel guides. Members can interact with other travelers, share their photos and journals, and participate in creating community travel guides.

  9. TripWiser
    TripWiser is a young, innovative (and, yes, "Travel 2.0") company with a great vision to create & build a community of travelers, where people with shared interests such as road trips, weekend seekers, my Zagat list, spring breakers, family adventurers, can collaborate and share travel advice, plans and experiences. TripWiser, we believe that travel is about having fun, exploring new places, and creating lifelong memories with friends and family.

  10. Tripbase
    At Tripbase.com, our goal is to provide travelers with the most personalized, comprehensive and easy-to-use online research tool. Our philosophy is different from traditional travel websites because we do not ask users to search through mountains of data to find their preferred travel information. In fact, we've turned the process on its head. We ask users for their travel preferences, then, in a matter of seconds, provide unique, unbiased information for the best destinations, hotels, flights, activities and much more.

Friday, September 12, 2008

Safe Parking thanks to Mashable.com

It's always the million dollar question. Where am I going to park and not get ripped off. Thanks to Mashable, you can now do a little research before you hit the road and know that you will have a safe cost effective place to park. Check out all of the resources to hit the net. Safe travels and have agreat weekend!

Today's 10 Links a Day: Parking Gods thanks to the net! 
  1. AboutAirportParking.com - Has listings for over 400 parking lots near over 100 international airports.  Can add optional services like valet, car wash, mechanics and more.

  2.  BestParking.com - Allows you to compare parking rates of various garages in Boston, New York City, Philadelphia and Washington D.C.  Also offers a mobile version.

  3. ParkingAnytime.com - Locate garages, lots, free parking and more for a given area.  Limited to Chicago, IL during their beta phase.

  4. ParkingCarma.com - See real-time data of available parking spaces.  If you register, you can reserve parking spaces in advance.  Serves multiple US cities.

  5. PrimoSpot.com - Gives you information on parking conditions in Manhattan and Brooklyn, and will show you the actual parking rules for a specific space.  The service plans to include more cities. 

  6. Streetlinenetworks.com - Not operational yet, Streetline is putting monitors in 24,000 San Francisco metered parking spots so people will know where spots are available. 

  7. CraigsList.org - As with just about anything else you can sell or rent, CraigsList has numerous listings for parking spaces.

  8. ParkAtMyHouse.com - Specializes in renting out parking spaces around sporting venues, airports or just about anywhere.  Available in Australia, Canada, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the UK and the USA.

  9. ParkingHunter.com - Lists available spaces to rent in cities such as Chicago, New York City, San Francisco, Vancouver and more.

  10. ParkLet.co.uk - Offers listings of thousands of parking spaces available for rent all over the United Kingdom.

  11. ParkingSpotter.com - Helps you locate parking spots for major events, airports or everyday use.

  12. Parkingspots.com - Parking spot rental connections for those who own them, and those who need them, in the USA and Canada.  

  13. ParkWhiz.com - Offers parking options around airports, sports arenas, daily & monthly parking and some more tools for those who need a place to park.

  14. SpotScout.com - Parking garages list their inventory and then you can look them up on the Web or your mobile device.

  15. YourParkingSpace.co.uk - A site to help connect people with spare parking spaces in the UK with those who are looking for them.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

September 11

10 Links a Day is based in NYC. September 11th is a difficult day for our staff that experienced the horror and was personally touched with loved ones that tragically did not make it through. Please take a moment today to check out these charities below. The main theme today, peace and love.  

Today's 10 Links a Day: Good deeds go a long way!

  1. Twin Towers Fund

  2. Families of Freedom Scholarship Fund

  3. MyGoodDeed.org

  4. Trust for America's Health

  5. 911 Unity Walk

  6. Tuesday's Children
Please drop us a line with any other charities you would like to see listed here. 10linksaday@gmail.com.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Sephora Awards 2008

Come to 10 Links a Day to check out the 2008 winners of the best beauty products awarded by Sephora. Click once and you can own any of these items. Check out the easy shopping list below.

Today's 10 Links a Day: Beauty Awards made easy for you.

Philosphy Hope in a Jar

Shiseido Ultimate Sun Protection Cream SPF 50+

Clarisonic Skincare Brush

Frederic Fekkai Glossing Cream

Bliss Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Mask

Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue

NARS Blush

NARS Lipstick

NARS Lipgloss

Dior Diorshow Mascara,

Smashbox Eye Shadow Trio,

Giorgio Armani Acqua Di Gio Pour Homme

Click on Sephora Awards for a complete list of winners.

Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Virtual Life?

Who knew there was this whole underworld of life existing on the internet? Go here and reinvent yourself. There are many different types of communities out there, so we bring you the complete list of virtual life sites out there. If you can enlighten us further on this phenomenon, please leave comments below.

Today's 10 Links a Day: Another life on the net
  1. Activeworlds
    lets you visit and chat in incredible 3D worlds that are built by other users

  2. Entropia Forum
    The Entropia Universe is more than a game. The Entropia Universe is for real. Real people, real activities and a Real Cash Economy in a massive online universe.

  3. Habbo
    Virtual world where you can make and meet friends

  4. Hipihi
    HiPiHi World is a 3D digital world as rich and complex as the real world, and is created, inhabited and owned by its residents.

  5. IMVU
    IMVU is a new way to hang out and have fun with your friends online!Just like an old-school text-based messenger, you download IMVU's software onto your PC. But with IMVU you create your own avatars who chat in animated 3D scenes. Check it out and experience 3D chat for yourself!

  6. Kaneva
    Kaneva is the first to combine social networking and a free 3D virtual world. It's a whole new way to connect with friends.

  7. Lively
    Google entry into the virtual world

  8. Novoking
    The largest 3D Chinese virtual world that allows users to create, build, communicate and live their dream thru the Bytes.

  9. Openlifegrid
    A global virtual world communtiy created by residents.

  10. Second Life
    Second Life is a 3-D virtual world created by its Residents. Since opening to the public in 2003, it has grown explosively and today is inhabited by millions of Residents from around the globe.

  11. Smallworlds
    SmallWorlds is a 3D virtual world that runs inside your web browser. It enables you to build your own room, house, or even your own world, and fill it with a wide variety of items and fun activities.

  12. sMeet
    3D place to meet

  13. There
    There is your everyday hangout where you can have fun with your friends and meet new ones -- all in a lush 3D environment that's yours to explore!

  14. The Sims

  15. Twinity
    Twinity mashes up the real with the virtual world.

  16. Vivaty
    Vivaty is a fun way to meet up and share your web stuff in personal or social virtual scenes in the browser.

  17. Vizwoz
    Hover and hang out with your friends

  18. VMTV
    MTV's virtual world.

  19. Vside
    vSide is Your Place to Party Online. Your Place Your Style Your Friends

Monday, September 08, 2008

I Wish I Thought of That!

We love introducing new ventures on the net to our readers. Today, we bring another installment of our popular category, "I Wish I thought of That!" Do you have sites you would like to introduce to 10 Links a Day? Email us at 10linksaday@gmail.com. In the meanwhile, check out these newcomers that we heart.

Today's 10 Links a Day: I Wish I Thought of That!

  1. thisissand.com
    This is a fun one, you just have to check out for yourself.

  2. The Big Picture
    The news captures in pictures. Unbelievable pictures!

  3. i dose
    Try it, you never know! Very cool concept for sure.

  4. Budclicks
    Super fun and creative concept.

  5. Llifebooker
    On Lifebooker you can search, browse, and book appointments at the top health and beauty spots in your city for free. You'll not only find exclusive deals, but you'll earn rewards towards your next appointment each time you book.

  6. Fontstruct
    FontStruct is a free font-building tool. Go ahead and tap into your creative side.

  7. getback
    Late 60's to early 90's - this is the place to be!

  8. Greenseng
    A green search engine. While you use Greenseng, the carbon emissions of your electricity consumption are neutralized by CO2Stats.

  9. HowSociable
    HowSociable provides a simple way for you to begin measuring your brand’s visibility on the social web.

  10. Please Dress Me
    Hipster t-shirt search engine.

Friday, September 05, 2008

Grandparent's Day 2008

Did you know this Sunday, September 7th is Grandparent's Day? It's time to honor your grandma/grandpa! Check out our fun posting dedicated those loving elders who earned their holiday!

Today's 10 Links a Day: Grandparent's Day 2008

  1. A Gift Idea for Grandparents - Big Screen Live

  2. National Grandparents Day Council

  3. History of Grandparents Day

  4. Grandparents Day Resources

  5. Grandparents Day Activity Guide

  6. Grandparents Poetry

  7. Grandparents Day Crafts

  8. Grandparents Magazine

  9. Quotations about Grandparents

  10. A Song for Grandma & Grandpa

Thursday, September 04, 2008

Back to School Shopping - Green Edition

It's that time of year. Back to the schedule, school bus and packed lunches. We thought we'd bring you an easy list of eco-friendly school supplies. Even though this is becoming more common on the aisles of the stores, we thought we'd highlight a bunch of items we really thought make a difference. Whatever you decide to do, please be sure to check out this back-to-school shopping guide that helps you avoid products containing polyvinyl chloride (PVC's)

Do you have ideas that you would like to share with 10 Links a Day? Please leave us a comment below or email us at 10linksaday@gmail.com. Thanks!!!

Today's 10 Links a Day: Green School is Cool

  1. The Green Office

  2. Delight.com - a resource for all things green

  3. Pilot's BeGreen pens

  4. EPEAT is a system to help purchasers in the public and private sectors evaluate, compare and select desktop computers, notebooks and monitors based on their environmental attributes.

  5. Simple Shoes

  6. People Pak Backpacks

  7. Noon Solar - Tote Bag

  8. Maggie's Organic Clothing

  9. Treecycle Recycled Paper

  10. Recycled Jean Pencils

  11. KidFresh - for the lunch box

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Calling all Indie Fans....

Today, Uncensored Interview takes over 10 Links a Day...   Welcome back from the long weekend. We missed you!

An indie lifestyle certainly isn't cheap. Shows, clothing, and booze all cost money, which leads to the inevitable day job and the sweet, sweet, much-needed paycheck. Fortunately, a lot of these jobs are often in an office. In between creating spreadsheets, sending faxes, and making copies, the business's internet provides an endless source of time-wasting opportunity. We at Uncensored Interview know how important perfecting those websurfing slacker instincts are to being truly indie. As a personal expert on the subject of slacking, I, Poingly, get to fill you in on some of my favorites.

Today’s 10 Links a Day: Indie kids goof off at work.

  1. Kittenwar!
    Cats are the most distracting thing on the internet. Kittenwar! pits these adorable lil' guys against each other by having you vote on which one is cuter. It's easy to get distracted for hours at a time just clicking on various pictures.

  2. LOLJohnMcCain
    If you think those on screen kittens at Kittenwar! might be tipping you boss off to the fact that you aren't working as hard as you could be, forgo icanhascheezeburger for LOLJohnMcCain. It's the same humor but with a political slant, and if you boss catches you just claim that you are keeping up on current events.

  3. Electoral-vote
    If LOLJohnMcCain wasn't an indication, I happen to be a political junkie (fortunately, I am not the only one). This site keeps track of daily polls to see who's leading state-by-state in the electoral vote count, and also includes news tidbits, historical data, and an animated over time map. As an added ironic bonus for indie kids, the site is run by a guy who doesn't even live in America.

  4. Retro Thing
    Praying upon a hipster's love of all things outdated, Retro Thing is trip through yesterday's future.

  5. Lasagna Cat
    Another cat site, more specifically featuring the famous orange feline Garfield. Make sure you've turned your computer speakers down for this one. The live action video reenactments of Garfield comics on this website could get you in trouble in an office if you turn it up too loud. Be fully prepared to keep your voice down too as each comic is then remixed into a LOLworthy music video, which is usually equal parts funny and disturbing.

  6. Despair.com
    Try comparing the posters on this website to the one's in your own office. Even better, buy one of the prints, make a switcheroo, and see if anyone notices the difference!

  7. Garfield Minus Garfield
    Not only another cat website but another Garfield one. Except this one isn't about cats at all; it's about the lack thereof. By removing Garfield from the legendary comic strip, Garfield Minus Garfield reveals the disturbing psyche of Jon Arbuckle. Oh, and just in case two Garfield links isn't enough for you: Have a bonus link of the comic translated with Google into Japanese and then back into English.

  8. The "Blog" of "Unnecessary" Quotation Marks
    This one is for everyone "working" as a "writer." Given my own experience with various quotes and punctuation marks, I should probably just apologize to my editor now.

  9. Stuff White People Like
    So this site may be a little old news at this point, but what list of indie time wasters would be complete without it? Heck, with the Democratic National Convention on TV all week you can even claim that current event excuse again.

  10. Uncensored Interview
    Okay, okay, I know, I know. I'd probably get fired if I didn't mention Uncensored Interview though, and I've already mentioned that we all need a paycheck. I'm a bit of a whore anyway

Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Did you know September is

Who knew the month of September was dedicated to these initiatives? Enjoy the random tidbits and have a great week. If you have ideas for 10 Links a Day or are interested in guest blogging, we'd love to hear from you. Drop us a line at 10linksaday@gmail.com.

Today's 10 Links a Day: September is...

  1. National Preparedness Month

  2. National Cholesterol Education Month

  3. Baby Safety Month

  4. Be Kind To Editors and Writers Month

  5. National Campus Safety Month

  6. Healthy Aging Month

  7. National Food Safety Education Month

  8. Gynecologic Cancer Awareness Month

  9. College Savings Month

  10. Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

  11. National Drug & Alcohol Addiction Awareness Month

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