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Thursday, 27 November 2008

Twenty-twenty

One degree at 9am. A bright, frosty day, with a tell-tale inch of snow on the roofs of cars coming down from the heights.

I just noticed that the clickometer has topped 20,000. In celebration, here's a links-fest featuring the word 'twenty'. Hope you see some interesting things.

And thank-you twenty thousand times for clicking!

Twenty Years of Forgetfulness : Fantastic photographs by Trevor Snapp, a photographer living and working in Mexico City.

Twenty-Cent Paradigms : Fascinating insight into the world of academic economics (if you don't already have one), by Bill C., assistant professor in economics at the University of Miami.

Twenty Nothings : There seems to be a 21st-century internet love story brewing here..

20-Something : Web cartoon strip by Jimmy Norris. Worth a look if you were ever a student.

20 out of 10 : An emergency-room nurse writes about his experiences on the job. Not as gory as you might think.

Forty is the New Twenty : Having just turned (sottovoce) forty-five, I just liked the title.

My Twenty-Something Cents : A blog of miscellaneous fun by a twenty-something girl who's even miscellanear (is that a word?).

A Twenty-Something's Golf Blog : Passionate about golf.

Enjoy! In the meantime, I'm off to the cellar to see if I can find something with some gold foil wrapped around its neck...

5 comments:

Braja said...

What a great idea...I'm going to have fun reading over your 'twenty' posts :)

Cairo Typ0 said...

Congrats on hitting the big numbers!! :) Ok now i'm off to check out some of those links. :)

Scintilla said...

Prehaps this is a good time to tell you that I've been lurking for a while and enjoy your blog !

Braja sent me...

Louise, Carmine Superiore said...

Hello Scintilla - thanks for coming out of the closet. I'll be checking back with your blog asap!

Joy in the Burbs... said...

I like the Forty is the new Twenty also.
I'm not sure about all the creases that are developing in around the face.
What is up with that.

Joy

Thursday, 27 November 2008

Twenty-twenty

One degree at 9am. A bright, frosty day, with a tell-tale inch of snow on the roofs of cars coming down from the heights.

I just noticed that the clickometer has topped 20,000. In celebration, here's a links-fest featuring the word 'twenty'. Hope you see some interesting things.

And thank-you twenty thousand times for clicking!

Twenty Years of Forgetfulness : Fantastic photographs by Trevor Snapp, a photographer living and working in Mexico City.

Twenty-Cent Paradigms : Fascinating insight into the world of academic economics (if you don't already have one), by Bill C., assistant professor in economics at the University of Miami.

Twenty Nothings : There seems to be a 21st-century internet love story brewing here..

20-Something : Web cartoon strip by Jimmy Norris. Worth a look if you were ever a student.

20 out of 10 : An emergency-room nurse writes about his experiences on the job. Not as gory as you might think.

Forty is the New Twenty : Having just turned (sottovoce) forty-five, I just liked the title.

My Twenty-Something Cents : A blog of miscellaneous fun by a twenty-something girl who's even miscellanear (is that a word?).

A Twenty-Something's Golf Blog : Passionate about golf.

Enjoy! In the meantime, I'm off to the cellar to see if I can find something with some gold foil wrapped around its neck...

5 comments:

Braja said...

What a great idea...I'm going to have fun reading over your 'twenty' posts :)

Cairo Typ0 said...

Congrats on hitting the big numbers!! :) Ok now i'm off to check out some of those links. :)

Scintilla said...

Prehaps this is a good time to tell you that I've been lurking for a while and enjoy your blog !

Braja sent me...

Louise, Carmine Superiore said...

Hello Scintilla - thanks for coming out of the closet. I'll be checking back with your blog asap!

Joy in the Burbs... said...

I like the Forty is the new Twenty also.
I'm not sure about all the creases that are developing in around the face.
What is up with that.

Joy