LinkLove Fridays (aka: I heart teh interwebs):

Categories: Crafts,LinkLove
February 26, 2010
Tori Walker "Open Book" linkLove

Plasticine Heart by Jordifa at stock.xchng

I heart teh interwebs. Yep, I do.  I am geeky about it.

I can get lost for hours in this place, especially the ‘blogosphere’, where I tend to find the most authentic (to me) content and people.

There is so much freeee stuff, it’s amazing (if we actually tried to print it all out on paper, we would run out of trees!) And, because of the nature of search engines and sharing tools like Digg and StumbleUpon, quality content tends to rise to the top (Perez Hilton being the exception.)

So, on that note, every Friday I will be sharing some linkLove for your browsing enjoyment, starting with…

  • goodreads: How is it that I only just now came across this amazing service?
  • Who knew that everything at Pottery Barn would be so easy to make yourself? Apparantly Ana from Knock Off Wood did. My husband and I are going to take a stab at this amazing Queen size Stratton Bed for our pint-sized bedroom this spring.
  • I have a plan to make this little people mail-center for my nephew before he is too old to play postman (Jamie C. at Nothing Fancy)
  • The homemade cake that tastes like boxed cake and therefor without the trans fat, brought to you by Deb at Smitten Kitchen. Yum, this one is for my fellow guilty Betty-Crocker Marble Cake fan and sister Tara.

Happy Browsing!

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2 Comments »

  1. Okay Tori I am offically in love with all sites you know. Keep bring them on, I was going to go shopping this weekend for a new dining room table, and shelve/cube thingies. Now having read the knock off wood site, I might just have to try building it instead. I love that you surf the blogging websites, and know about them. Keep’em coming.

    Comment by vandana — March 6, 2010 @ 8:34 am

  2. That site boggles my mind with it’s coolness. I get really excited when Scott and I talk about it, and we’ve decided that our next home will have a work-room/garage for building furniture. Are you going to build the shelves first? I wonder if they would be easier than the table. I want to build a sewing machine table to store my Singer while not in use (what a pain to get it in and out of the closet and set up on the dining room table anytime I want to sew.) We might build that before the Stratton bed as practice.

    I have a lot more links to provide, and I just keep finding new ones everyday. So be prepared.
    Thanks so much for visiting, I really appreciate it 😀

    Comment by Tori — March 7, 2010 @ 7:43 pm

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Hi, I'm Tori, and welcome to my open book. I'm a freelance writer and web designer. This site is my scratch pad for thoughts and ideas, experiences and inspiration. Go ahead, eavesdrop on my life a little bit, you know you want to...