Archive for November, 2008

  Since @marymetcalf introduced me to Tavi’s blog, I’ve tweeted and shared her posts ad nauseum. At 12 years old, Tavi is one of the smartest and most creative style mavens on the Web. Her ability to mix DIY creations with store bought staples is as impressive as her ability to turn Rei Kawakubo’s CDG […]

Check out the amazing present my brother and his girlfriend just sent me. Seriously Ricky, this makes up for any fights we had growing up.  In case you can’t tell by my crystal clear iPhone photos, this is the TalkGirl Deluxe [As Seen in Home Alone 2: Lost in New York] from Tiger. Um, what more […]



  Horrible. (via TechCrunch)

If I was home for Thanksgiving, I would have loved seeing all of the turkey-related Twitter updates, Facebook statuses, blog posts and Flickr photos posted by my on and offline friends. If I was home for Thanksgiving, I would have joined in as I did last year and would have marveled at how great it […]

It bugs me that the new GMail themes… …strangely remind me of the design aesthetic made popular by… This is of course not helped by the fact that one of the themes is actually called “Phantasea.” If this is any indication of Google’s design sense, I’m betting that the next iteration of these themes will look a […]

When I was 12, I was still trying to figure out life beyond stirrup pants and Keds. Meet Tavi. She’s one of the coolest bloggers on the Web and she makes me feel completely inadequate. Watch this girl and take note. She’s (deservedly so) going to take over the world.    HT to Mary for […]

I’m always annoyed when people, writers and “analysts” [qualified or average joe with a book deal and blogging platform] talk about how coddled my generation is. Yes, we got blue ribbons for “most effort” even if we came in last in a game, yes, my mom even saved that ribbon in a scrapbook (and rightly […]

A month or so ago, I read Scott Brown’s “I’ll Be There 4 U” and although I appreciated how witty and well written his article was (and always is), I couldn’t fully empathize with his annoyance that “in the age of queue-able social priorities, Twitter-able status updates, and amaranthine cloud memory, keeping friends requires almost […]

Please join me in wishing American Shelf Life’s lovely creator, Amanda, a happy birthday!  Watch this short little birthday video produced by the advertising/marketing agency, Grey Worldwide, and be sure to sing along! – Pamela

I noticed an interesting note at the end of this teaser trailer for an upcoming movie called 2012, starring John Cusack & Amanda Peet among others: Note at the end where there usually is a call-to-action to visit the movie’s Web site, should you so please, the prompt says: “Google Search: 2012” At first I […]