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Natures Voice A Poem by LB McGill

Natures Voice A Poem by LB McGill

| September 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

  Seldom life is quiet enough to hear The images that pass through my mind For such a childhood that was. The miracle of life Coursing through my tiny being The smell- the sound of freshness… Was the world really younger then- Or just myself, my being, my newness burst into life. I know there […]

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Let’s L.I.N.K Up!

Let’s L.I.N.K Up!

| September 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

I came up with my own catchy way of what L.I.N.K means to me. I feel  this is important when we bring people into our lives, whether for business or pleasure! To be honest I used to be really bad with making a connection with people. I would go to networking events and feel like […]

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Introducing Group Stories – North San Diego

Introducing Group Stories – North San Diego

| September 29, 2012 | 4 Comments

Introducing Group Stories – North San Diego The Group Stories category on NorthSanDiego.org is a fun little experiment. For the writers/bloggers on the site it will be where someone can start a story and others keep adding to it, editing it, tweaking it, and so on. Write a sentence or write pages to continue the […]

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Alden – continued story

Alden – continued story

| September 29, 2012 | 1 Comment

Alden slowly opened his eyes. The first thing he saw was the sky and trees while laying on his back in the middle of a forest. The time was 10:03 in the morning, according to an old rusty watch wrapped around his left wrist. Alden slowly started moving his body to get up quickly discovering […]

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3 Awesome Free WordPress Plugins

3 Awesome Free WordPress Plugins

| September 29, 2012 | 2 Comments

There are thousands of WordPress plugins available to your website that range from social media sharing, SEO, mobile, Sitemaps, galleries, and MUCH more. I am going to just share 3 plugins that are some of my favorites. Let’s dive right in. 3 Awesome Free WordPress Plugins:  1.) AS-PDF – This plugin will automatically turn your […]

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Bottom The Bassett Hound

Bottom The Bassett Hound

| September 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Bottom the Bassett Hound is a blog that has dog related posts, some silly posts, and some affiliation with the Ontario Cancer Society. The book itself is available on Amazon. Click here for the link.  Description from the book:  “The Great Adventures of Bottom The Bassett Hound”, is fiction based on fact of a […]

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3.2 Social Change “MAKE IT RAIN” by Stephen T. Jones

3.2 Social Change “MAKE IT RAIN” by Stephen T. Jones

“We are constantly being astonished at the amazing discoveries in the field of violence. But I maintain that far more undreamt of and seemingly impossible discoveries will be made in the field of nonviolence.” —Gandhi Like I was saying earlier, when I was growing up they said that in the future, “We wouldn’t need to work so much […]

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Sundays At 7 Google Plus Hangout North San Diego

Sundays At 7 Google Plus Hangout North San Diego

| September 29, 2012 | 2 Comments

I’ve been wanting to get into the Google Plus Hangout option for a while now. I signed up for Google Plus when it was still invite only and still have a long ways to go. I figure this is the next portion to conquer. Tomorrow night (Sunday) there will be a test run. Anyone around […]

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Coldo Pomodoro – Italian Restaurant Carlsbad CA

Coldo Pomodoro – Italian Restaurant Carlsbad CA

| September 28, 2012 | 2 Comments

Coldo Pomodoro is an Italian restaurant in Carlsbad CA. It’s located right there on the corner on State St. It’s a very nice place with outside seating and a little bar area with two TVs.  At night they redish type lights that seem to make it more relaxing. My roommate works there and I’ve eaten […]

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Today is National Drinking Beer Day!!!  Drink Beer!!!

Today is National Drinking Beer Day!!! Drink Beer!!!

| September 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

Did you know today is National Drink Beer Day (NDBD)???  I don’t know about you, but I sure do not need much arm twisting to drink beer. Where will you be going to celebrate the day?  There are so many places to go enjoy craft brews in San Diego.  You can never go wrong by […]

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OrganicXpression.com Ideas: Market Yourself Like a Superhero

OrganicXpression.com Ideas: Market Yourself Like a Superhero

OrganicXpression.com is an online worldwide collaboration platform to share and launch ideas that make the world better place. We believe to have a competitive edge in today’s world…we need to be more creative. In between projects on a morning just like today The Blackie Guru Experiment was born with less than $50.00 and a little fun, […]

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New San Diego County Emergency App Makes Tracking Disaster Easier

New San Diego County Emergency App Makes Tracking Disaster Easier

| September 28, 2012 | 2 Comments

San Diego County launches smart phone app (SD Emergency App) on Thursday (Sept. 27, 2012) dedicated to tracking disasters and major emergencies in San Diego County in an effort to get San Diego residents public safety information.  The app works both on the iPhone and Android powered phones. San Diego County Supervisor Ron Roberts said, […]

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Carlsbad CA

Carlsbad CA

| September 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

Carlsbad CA  Carlsbad is an affluent coastal resort city that occupies seven miles of coastline along Carlsbad provides something for every travel taste and budget. The City of Carlsbad offers many free and fun activities year round. Now you know a little bit about Carlsbad CA the rest of the article will focus on the things you definitely should do and visit whilst […]

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1.2 Television (TV), Computer and Video Games by Stephen T. Jones

1.2 Television (TV), Computer and Video Games by Stephen T. Jones

Most of us don’t realize it, but the home television has been around for just as long as the computer. I am not talking about the personal computer, as that wasn’t developed until much later. More importantly, we are really starting to see and understand the impact of personal computers and the freedom they allow us. Nowadays it’s […]

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