Wow. My one questions is: What did people do with all that time before the internet existed?
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There are just some great designs be offered over at Geeky Jerseys right now. Each jersey is customizable with name and number. All are available for a limited time so order while you can. Select a photo to go directly to the product page.
I’m running a Giveaway for a Maroo Hoto iPad case over at iPad HQ. Sign up is super simple and you might just win a great case that retails for $49.99.
Click here or the photo above to go to the entry page and get all of the details.
This is a little project my teenage daughter and I dreamed up a while back. I decided to surprise her with it as a Birthday present. She’s delighted to say the least. Features all the coolness of 100 bow-ties and has an integrated LED lantern on top!
Special thanks to Tally’s Treasury whom provided the inspiration and base pattern for the project.
See my other Doctor Who themed projects too:
A Charlie Brown Christmas is one of, if not my all time favorite Christmas TV Special. I was delighted to find this article that discusses the many decisions surrounding the making of this classic some 47 years ago. Here’s a small example:
“Little Kathy Steinberg, who did the voice of Sally, was actually not even old enough to read. Her lines were fed to her aloud, one at a time, and she would merely parrot them back. All the children cast members were uncredited. The suits at CBS were against this casting decision from the word go. They disliked the novel “kids voicing kids” angle and preferred to get seasoned voiceover actors.”
The article discusses several instances where the network executives were more than displeased with and wanted to change the show. Fortunately they didn’t and we now and will always be able to enjoy and share A Charlie Brown Christmas, with all of it’s wonderful quirks and charm, for generations to come.
Read the full article here at Neatorama