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[syndicated profile] smugmug_feed  is a blog about the photo community SmugMug. 

It may not be of interest to non-members, but the blog has lots of entries about photography rather than the site itself, so check it out and see if you find it helpful.



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[syndicated profile] heyoscarwilde_feed showcases different artists' interpretations of literary characters, authors, and so on. Some examples I think are pretty neat include Edgar Allan Poe by Nathan Stapley, Rod Serling by Scott Campbell, and Lord of the Flies by Sam Weber.

It's pretty cool, you should probably check it out.
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dinosaurs and robots blog: [syndicated profile] dinosaurs_and_robots_feed

Dinosaurs and Robots is a new blog about objects by Mister Jalopy and Mark Frauenfelder.

Rather than focus on the newest trend, we will seek authentic, handy, rarefied, disgusting, illuminating, delicious, mysterious, intoxicating, commonplace, historic, intensely personal, entertaining and enlightened objects, both priceless heirlooms and exquisite trash.
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Hi!

I've created a feed for the In 1000 years collaborative postcard art project I run.

The feed can be found here: < http://in1000years-feed.dreamwidth.org/profile > / [syndicated profile] in1000years_feed

And it'll get you the weekly postcard update posted on the project page.

What is the project all about? Simply put, the question: "What do you think the world will look like, 1000 years from now? Global warming or digital realities, decaying skyscrapers or sleek spaceships soaring through the sky, vanishing into space? What do you imagine? And what do all your fellow human beings think of? Creative answers to this question is what this project is all about ... creative answers the size of a postcard!"
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Hi Dreamwidth! I made some feeds in the effort to port my friends page over here, and thought you guys might like them.

[syndicated profile] cakewrecks_feed: Hilariously terrible professionally-made cakes.

[syndicated profile] indexed_feed: Thought-provoking diagrams on index cards.

[syndicated profile] lifehacker_feed: Tips and tricks, many of them tech-related.

[syndicated profile] photoshop_disasters_feed: Really bad professional photoshopping.
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[syndicated profile] nickelinthemachine_feed: Only my favorite blog ever. If you like history, London, photography, pop music, popular culture or scandalous anecdotes, you need to subscribe to this. If you don't like any of those things, you might need to try it anyway.

[syndicated profile] 538_feed: Politics. Charts. Analysis. It was addictive during the US elections and is still remarkably good now.

[syndicated profile] torque_control_feed: Vector, the journal of the British Science Fiction Association, keeps you up to date with the world of SF and offers some great analysis along the way.

[syndicated profile] fmh_feed: Feminist Mormon Housewives. I'm not Mormon or a housewife, but one out of three ain't bad. They have great discussions on religion and women's issues.
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[syndicated profile] apod_feed: Astronomy Picture of the Day, from NASA. I have a screensaver made of images I downloaded from this feed. I call it my space porn screensaver. Celestial bodies are pretty.

[syndicated profile] graphjam_feed: User-generated graphs regarding the silly things in our lives. I am easily amused?

[syndicated profile] hathorlegacy_feed: The Hathor Legacy is an awesome feminist blog that talks about female character in our media and how there should be more of them and they should be more awesome. Dear Hollywood: Have you heard of the Bechdel test? Please to be passing it more often.

[syndicated profile] sociological_images_feed: Seeing is Believing, the sociological images blog. They post all kinds of images from advertising, magazines, news, everywhere, and talk about what it says about our society and culture.

[syndicated profile] xkcd_feed: XKCD is my favorite comic on the face of the planet. Official tagline is "A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language." I maintain that there is an XKCD quote for every occasion. If you've never seen this comic before, there's little in the way of story arc or continuous character to it, so you can start anywhere and read randomly. Be sure to mouseover and read the alt tag on the image, there's always an extra punchline too.

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