Recent Event Highlights: Nic Dooce - Dans mon ventre, Nic Dooce - Let it go (Beat produced by CapoBeatz), My room for a make over from Dooce and Etsy (hgtv), Neil Chase of Federated Media: The State of the Online Ad Business, Mom Blogs - Why Read if You're Not A Mom? (Top picks!) - Gather.com, 'Dooce' talks health care at White House - Salt Lake Tribune, and 91 more...
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Nic Dooce - Let it go MERCI à tout le monde qui ont parcitipé DE PRÈS COMME DE LOIN à la création et à l'amélioration de cette toune, de par vos critiques constructives ou vos encouragements : Maxim Hamelin Philippe Doucet Simon-Pier Doucet Raphaël Doucet Marie-Josée Girard Bruno Auclair David Boily Jérôme Tremblay Rémi Villeneuve Mathieu Bourdon Pierre-Olivier Doucet Alexandre Villeneuve Robin Pagé Manon Larouche Sylvain Doucet Louis-Manuel Tremblay LES PAROLES : You know sometimes, you just want to let it go... and follow what is inside your soul (Hook) I want to let it go, just follow the flow, The things getting better as long as we grow, I can't say that I don't even know what is like, To do what you like, as far as I see the light, It seems that I'm digging my hole, as far as I might, In my soul, I got my high hopes, Not giving up, since I'm against the ropes. You can keep showing me, to lead in the hospitals, But I want to be in there, with orientals, Made of metals doesn't, mean anything to me Beside of I want to Meet'em all even Yao Ming, Kill them all that kind of thin-king is not for me And how many times I, asked God to blessin me, But it's impossible to walk, without any poor saying, I'm not made of porcelain, I'm not from Barcelone, Okay I will do it alone, made in Quebec pround to be Even if we eat bologne, and we got no old culture I'm a medley of both of you, and I regroup me Run as Soon as I can, keep a Moon on the Eyes Go to the Ice museum, with kids in ...
I did this for my.hgtv.com I am hopping for a room make over from Dooce and etsy and HGTV!
Neil Chase, VP of Publishing at Federated Media, which represents more than 100 of the most respected voices on the Web including Dooce, spoke in a video interview about the state of the online ad business, what FM considers when adding publishers, other monetization options new bloggers ought to consider and how FM represents bloggers in negotiations with companies. When a marketer has a need for a campaign FM looks through its list of sites and then offers up suggestions, and rather than go by numbers alone they try to tell the story about the unique engagement occurring on the site. "You can get numbers from a lot of places - you can buy a billboard on the freeway and get numbers of eyeballs going by," said Chase. The tricky part is getting deep and natural engagement with a brand through a site, which is what FM aims to achieve because it's a win for both the brand and the author. Chase explained the reason the company chooses to remain fairly exclusive with only 100 - 200 publishers at any given time. "We're not an ad network because we don't have a huge volume of advertising sitting in the machine ready to go as soon as somebody walks in." And when FM does add sites it's only because sales are going well in a particular content category and they need more pageviews for that category. "To just build for scale without keeping a close eye on quality and on quantity (how much we're selling) - we would end up with a large network of very disappointed people, and that's ...
Random miniventures in a park ninja!
Just an old "3d engine" I have made. Work with opengl, sdl, and sdl-mixer. He could load multiple image and sound format. (png, jpeg, bmp, tga and ogg, mp3). = Project abandoned =
Blogger joins forces with Michelle Obama on work balanceCNN(CNN) -- Heather Armstrong, the woman behind the popular blog Dooce, understands how important flexible working policies can be for employees and their ...and more »
Mom Blogs - Why Read if You're Not A Mom? (Top picks!)Gather.comDooce - You live under a rock if you've never heard of Dooce. Heather Armstrong is the most famous personal blogger in the country, and a fantastic Mommy ...
Christian Science Monitor'Dooce' talks health care at White HouseSalt Lake TribuneWashington » Utahn Heather Armstrong rode to Internet fame blogging by the handle of Dooce about the intricacies of her life and motherhood. ...Dooce's Heather Armstrong Heads to White House for Workplace Flexbility Forum!Gather.comall 75 news articles »
What's new in paperback: 'Twenties Girl' and moreUSA Today... a Much Needed Margarita by Heather B. Armstrong (Gallery, $15, non-fiction,reprint) Creator of dooce.com recounts her battle with postpartum depression. ...and more »
Mommy bloggers gather to sharpen Web, business and marketing skillsSan Jose Mercury News... a senior manager with Federated Media, which sells ad space for an A-list roster of about 150 bloggers, including Dooce and the Pioneer Woman. ...
True/SlantAre men better bloggers than women?True/Slant... whereas most successful female bloggers are masters of their niche (see: Dooce) or blog like men. I should know. I'ma woman who, more often than not, ...
Baltimore SunIn Charles Village, the sole of an artistBaltimore SunBaltimore artist John Marra couldn't quite believe it when mommy blogger Dooce went online last month to rave about his custom sneakers. ...
Utah couple says new health care bill may allow their child coverageFox 13 Now - Salt Lake CityJon Armstrong, husband to the wildly popular blogger Dooce, says getting health insurance has been a struggle since starting their own business. ...and more »
...industry. And not all of it sucks! Good mom blogs are like needles in haystacks, though, so here are five of our favorites. Dooce – Mega-blogger Heather B. Armstrong candidly writes about raising her two daughters in Utah with her husband and two dogs...
Employers use myriad ways to monitor employeesAZ Central.com(That term came about after the founder of the Dooce.com blog was fired from her software job because of her blogging.) "People put anything that pops in ...and more »
More employers use tech to track workersUSA TodayIn 2001, Heather Armstrong launched the blog Dooce.com to write about topics such as pop culture and music. She also wrote about her co-workers at a small ...and more »
* Honey, don't bother mommy. I'm too busy building my brandTaipei Times... roster of about 150 bloggers that includes superstars like Dooce and the Pioneer Woman, who've parlayed their blogs into lucrative one-woman industries. ...and more »
Honey, don't bother mom. She's building her brandTheChronicleHerald.ca... roster of about 150 bloggers that includes superstars like Dooce and the Pioneer Woman, who've parlayed their blogs into lucrative one-woman industries. ...and more »
Strategy before execution essential in social mediaKnoxville News SentinelUltimately, the network signed to its talent stable Heather Armstrong, who in 2001 began publishing dooce.com, a blog that has spawned two books. ...and more »
Oameni care trăiesc din bloggingEvenimentul ZileiÎn America se află Heather Armstrong, prima femeie din istorie care a recunoscut că trăieşte din blogul ei, dooce.com. Vali Petcu este autorul celui mai de ...and more »
From tiny dotcoms the mighty internet has grownIndependent... hits the news in February as blogger Heather Armstrong, aka Dooce, is sacked from her job after her employers get wind of her online activities. ...
18 Use Cases That Show Business How to Finally Put Customers FirstMarketingProfs.com (subscription)Dooce's support problem with Maytag quickly became a PR nightmare—had the support group known she was an influencer (and what it means), they could have ...
...around the internet with whom you can commune. You can read the stories of Catherine Connors at Her Bad Mother or Heather Armstrong at Dooce. You can hang out virtually with Lauren at Sharing the Journey, Amber at Beyond Postpartum, Sera at Laughing Through...
Self-described "bad" mothers talk about why they blog about the full experience of motherhood. My related blog post: www.faintstarlite.com Kristen Chase of Motherhood Uncensored, Cecily Kellogg of Uppercase Woman, and Catherine Connors of herbadmother share their thoughts at the Mom 2.0 Summit on why they've opted to talk openly about the good and bad aspects of being a mom. Bad mom blogs: Kristen Chase: motherhooduncensored.net Cecily Kellogg: uppercasewoman.com Catherine Connors: herbadmother.com Books referenced: Marrit Ingman, Inconsolable Heather Armstrong, Dooce, It Sucked and then I Cried Rebecca Woolf, Rockabye Kristen is also the author of Mominatrix
...– home with me. Here are a few of my more memorable moments… Listening intently as blogging royalty (Heather Armstrong from Dooce, Maggie Mason from MightyGirl and Gabrielle Blair from Design Mom) reminded us all that “dreams aren’t just for daydreaming”...
BabyCenter - MomFormation
www.5minutesformom.com - Susan chats with Heather Armstrong from Dooce.com.
Dooce Talks HGTV With ParentDishParentDish (blog)Heather B. Armstrong, known online as Dooce, is on a roll. Since she began blogging in 2001, traffic to her site has skyrocketed, leading to a New York ...
MOOK DOOCE and THE HIP HOP POP POP bug out to Jay Z's song "Oh My God" in a bar. When this song came on in the bar, the cool old white man officially became the Hip Hop Pop Pop
bailandoo en el kolejiooo
juss jerkin a little Bowser from (MPC) Mario Party with Sooper Dooce and Kevin shout outs to Yoshi and MPC and please subscribe to me ha
- Gustavo Meelo ' ;*
First test of the ingame selection of an object. The double arrow are the move tool for an object. The white line show what brush is selected. [WORK IN PROGRESS] This video show a feature, but can be outdated.
www.momversation.com The "Cry It Out" method of sleep training is a controversial one. Some parents swear by this soothe-himself-asleep method popularized by Dr. Richard Ferber. Others think that allowing a child to cry alone in his crib leaves him feeling insecure and frightened. But what to do when your infant won't slumber through the night? Heather Armstrong of Dooce asks, "To cry it out or not cry it out?" Do you believe in the "Cry It Out" method? What sleep training tips did you use? Was your child a good or difficult sleeper? Join the Momversation by commenting in one of our related forums.
First test with Ogre and SDL windowing. Test with dynamic shadows and light with ingame music. Song : Title - ZOE Ost
Rusty becoming a man on the D-Line.
Dooce thinks she's such a big internet mommy blogger guru and what not. She has NO idea the kind of stank I'm gonna put on her with this one little phone call.
www.momversation.com Psychologist Alfred Adler thought that birth order made a big difference in a person's personality. The oldest child is the "responsible one." The middle child is the peacekeeper. The youngest is the most adventurous. Supposedly. But does birth order really affect personality? Is your sibling more likely to be smarter, more agreeable, or more mysterious simply because of when he or she was born? Heather Armstrong of Dooce asks guest Lisa Belkin of the Motherlode blog and our panelists, "Does birth order matter?" Do you think that birth order determines a person's personality? Do you think that it affects personality a little, a lot, or not at all? Did it affect how you were treated as a child? Does it affect how you treat your own kids? Join the Momversation by commenting below or participating in a related forum.
ASOAKOSKOS' aqê come mermoo *o*
...sure to read how it all came together (including more images and information on sources) at Dooce. (Images: Heather Armstrong for Dooce) I love her. She definitely went all out in comparison to her first child, Leta. Not-Maria's nursery is neutral but beautiful! Laura http://www.grafxnerd.net i...
Apartment Therapy - San Francisco
www.momversation.com For so long, your child has been the center of your world. There was no one to compete with his attention, no holiday where he wasn't doted upon, and no home video in which he wasn't a star. But now, a baby sister is on the way, and you can't quite figure out how to feel. Are you "cheating" on your child? Are you scared you won't have enough hands to take care of two kids? Or are you afraid that two kids means twice as much work (and you sleep a mere 5 hours a night as it is!). Guest Sarah Burns (ohanamama to our Momversation members) joins the panelists as Heather Armstrong from Dooce asks, "How do you prepare for a second child?" Did you mentally prepare for your second child? Or did you just dive in to parenthood again? Did you have mixed feelings about having another kid? Did you worry about your first born? Join the Momversation by taking our poll or commenting in a related forum at http
Complete video at: fora.tv Dooce blogger Heather Armstrong relates humorous stories about breastfeeding, in an excerpt from her book, It Sucked and then I Cried: How I Had a Baby, a Breakdown, and a Much Needed Margarita. ----- Creator of the fabulous website, dooce.com, Heather Armstrong reads from her latest book, It Sucked and Then I Cried: How I Had a Baby, a Breakdown, and a Much Needed Margarita. - Books Inc. Heather Armstrong is the creator of the website dooce.com, her personal site and blog that became hugely popular. She now has two books, Things I Learned About My Dad: In Therapy published in 2008, and It Sucked and Then I Cried: How I Had a Baby, a Breakdown, and a Much Needed Margarita in March 2009.
Kweamy,Brice,Steeve Broly and me !!! show at the theater of Saxe Achères with the sounds of Mamacita Collie Budz played acoustic and sang in the group Mouvanss.
www.dooce.com Most awesomest blog evar. So cool. Yeah. She's awesome. Umm. That's about it. O_o
Epic battle of wits between The Bloggess and Dooce, based entirely* on eyewitness reports from blogher 2008.* Pretty much completely fictitious.
Dooce at her book signing in Denver 4/6/09
http://www.Momversation.com When you hear the word "vaccine," do you immediately think of the word "autism?" If so, you're not alone. The purported link between vaccinations and autism has been big news in recent years. Stars like Jenny McCarthy have claimed in the media that vaccines caused her child's disorder, while celebrities such as Amanda Peet have spoken about the importance of vaccinating children. So, with all the conflicting information, whom do you believe? According to the CDC ...
http://www.momversation.com It should be an equal childcare partnership, so why do some moms get nervous when dad is left alone with the kids? Is it a control issue? Do mothers objectively take better care of children? Or are moms afraid that their kids will return home like this? Whatever the reason, Daphne Brogdon of Cool Mom would like to know, "Are you nervous to leave your children in the care of dad?" Guest panelist Kierna Mayo, Big Kid Buzz Editor of CafeMom, joins the conversation ...