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Thursday, September 17, 2009

What I am eReading...Eat, Drink and Be Merry!

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Eat, Drink and Be Merry is a Los Angeles-based blog with an eclectic mix of foody posts. Everything from "The World's Largest Bowl of Pho" to the food places of Figueroa in Highland Park. This isn't necessarily a high volume blog, but an excellent addition to the other food blogs in my Google Reader stream.




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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

What I'm eReading...My Tiny Plot

My Tiny Plot is one of the many gardening blogs I have in my Google Reader subscriptions. I have now idea how I first discovered it, but I love the garden diary and excellent pictures. This is also one of the many UK blogs I follow. I am a bit of an Anglophile and the Brits just seem to be so passionate about their gardening it is hard not to like them.
"My Tiny Plot is the diary of a small vegetable patch in Bath, England. Iím all about growing vegetables and eating fresh produce. And more recently turning that produce into yummy and exciting baby meals!"





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What I'm (e)Reading...Voicebank.net's VoiceRegistry Blog

This is the first post in a new on-going series highlighting the blogs I read on a regular basis, using Google Reader. I have found over the last several years that I no longer read rint magazines very often. Most of my "magazin reading" is now done using Google Reader and a large collection of blog and websites I subscribe to there. Each edition of What I'm (e)Reading... will highlight one of my favorite blogs. Check it out and subscribe if it is interesting to you.

Voicebank.net's VoiceRegistry Blog with Tracy Pattin

My friend, Tracy, does this great blog on the voice over industry. I have often thought about doing voice over work, but the industry is highly professional and difficult to break into. Listening to Tracy's interviews with voice over artists has helped me develop a new understanding of the industry, though.






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