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Friday, March 2, 2012

Best Post of the Week: Week 142


It's time to link in your best post of the week!

The purpose of this column is to make it easier to keep up with each other's blogs, so that even if we don't have time to read all of the Alabama Blogger blogs every day, at least we get the week's highlights.

So, link up, tell us why you linked that post, and let's start reading! And remember - the best way to get new blogging friends is to comment on other people's posts, so be sure to say "hi" to your neighbors when you visit!

p.s. - please feel free to interpret "this week" as loosely as you like!

8 comments:

c.a. Marks said...

Hi. This link I posted today is the first installment of a new series I started on my blog where I write about one editor of a fashion magazine per week.

Rachel said...

I experienced a first of many this week. Citizen Truancy Officers.

calluna said...

It's the only post I blogged this week so therefore it wins "best" by default. ;)

Kathryn C. Lang said...

It's been awhile since I joined in here. Glad to be back.

Wade Kwon said...

I have three to share this week ...

6. Alabama Social Media Association - This great video shows our first year as a nonprofit group. Take a look.

7. Wade Kwon. com - The full transcript of our Oscar 2012 live chat with me and Jen.

8. Wade's Pinterest - Our 2012 Academy Awards board has all the fashion and highlights from the ceremony.

Looking forward to your posts.

Rambling Round said...

James Spann's stormy weather updates connect not only with people but with cats, at least with one of mine! I posted a photo of my cat tuned in to ABC 33-40 last night via my computer.

Carl Carter said...

This is one I actually like, which isn't always the case. It's a very personal post about one of my few regrets in life, and about the remote possibility of a second chance.

Carl Carter said...

This is one I actually like, which isn't always the case. It's a very personal post about one of my few regrets in life, and about the remote possibility of a second chance.