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Mobile Desktops @ Improv everywhere

by Andi on March 1, 2008

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If I lived in NYC I would totally be an Improv Everywhere agent and then I realized they have global groups, I might join the Cincinnati one! Anyway, Flexo at Consumer Commentary posted about their latest mission, setting up desktop computers in Starbucks. For our latest mission, three agents entered a Starbucks one by one […]

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Writers’ Strike is (nearly) Over

by Andi on February 8, 2008

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Looking at this grid from TV Guide made me realize that One Tree Hill is still on the air. huh. Anyway, I am excited to see the shows I like are expected to shoot new episodes to air this season. Some other shows will not will not be back until fall. Grey’s AnatomyExpected to shoot […]

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Review: Scrapbooking books

by Andi on January 26, 2008

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Pretty much any craft book that I find in any of the three library systems I use, I check out. Yes, I work at one library and still frequent others because the collections vary. For example, my favorite book about scrapbooks is still Scrap City, but only one library system has the book in its […]

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TimesSelect = Dunzo

by Andi on September 18, 2007

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The move comes two years to the day after The Times began the subscription program, TimesSelect, which has charged $49.95 a year, or $7.95 a month, for online access to the work of its columnists and to the newspaper’s archives. TimesSelect has been free to print subscribers to The Times and to some students and […]

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Harry Potter fan or not, it is neat to see a book getting as big of an opening as a blockbuster movie! Friday, a student was dressed up as Hermione and Saturday at the pool, people of all ages were reading various Harry Potter books. NEW YORK (Reuters) – Barnes & Noble Inc., the world’s […]

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Songs of Summer 2007!

by Andi on June 20, 2007

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June 21 marks the first day of summer and since my employer gave me the day off* to celebrate, I will post my picks for Songs of Summer 2007 a day early since I am computer-less when at the pool! These are songs that I think will remind me of this summer because they will […]

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Random: Fave Songs

by Andi on January 25, 2007

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Elsie at A Beautiful Mess posted about hellogoodbye, which was a song we missed at trivia the other night even though I have heard Here in Your Arms, so after replying I thought I would post some fave songs from the artists I like. I put links to their MySpace pages because you can stream […]

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