Thursday, December 30, 2010

Smashing Magazine

Founded in September 2006 by Sven Lennartz and Vitaly Friedman, Smashing Magazine is a website and blog that offers resources and advice to web developers and web designers. Smashing Magazine evaluates software, applications, and web-based tools that are targeted at web designers and developers, and publishes tutorials and how-tos on design and development. Smashing Magazine also offers free fonts, icons, and templates for download, as well as showcasing other things of importance to the web development community, such as HTTP 404 error page designs.

Monday, December 27, 2010


Guys who knit, girls who weld, it’s all the same on DudeCraft which started by Paul Overton - a prolific blogger, maker, writer, and ukulele player living in Durham, NC. DudeCraft represents daily fresh hand-made contents with a different kind of tribe in the world of making things, intentionally blurring the lines between, art, craft, engineering, and the good old “Can Do” spirit like papercut portraits, cycling cap or mini LP record gift tags.

Take a look at for more stuff you may like.

Friday, December 17, 2010


Inspiration from Skull-A-Day, Joe make his wonderful year-long project called Toy-A-Day whereby he will be designing, constructing and posting a new paper toy from a basic template each day for one year. So there'll be 365 toys at the end of the 365th day. Alot popular characters or celebrities were covered by Joe: Iron ManSpiderman, Super Mario, Hello Kitty or Indiana Jones, William Shakespeare and a whole lot more. If you want a certain character to be considered just send a message to Joe and he'll work it on it. Let's check em' out.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Crafty Lady Abby

Crafty Lady Abby is a home of crafter and artist Abby Davis, a co-editor on Skull-A-Day, showing people how to make things with lots of tutorials. Abby joined Skull-A-Day 4.0 - Dia de la Abby with posts and related tutorials that she made from June 3, 2010 - June 3rd, 2011.

Monday, December 13, 2010


Skull-A-Day is an ongoing online art project/blog created by artist Noah Scalin. For its first year the site consisted of daily skull art creations made by Noah as well as weekly submissions by fans of the project. After Noah finished his project, he has continued to post daily images of skulls created by fans to the site.

Noah started by making an orange paper skull on June 4th, 2007 and posting it online saying, "I'm making a skull a day for a year". On June 2, 2008, Noah made his official last skull #365, though an additional skull labeled #365.25 was posted the day after since 2007 was a leap year. On June 3, 2008 the site was dubbed Skull-A-Day 2.0 and Noah began posting original skull art submissions from readers of the site daily.

In October 2008 a book based on the Skull-A-Day, featuring 150 images from the first half of the project, was published by Lark Books. It's called SKULLS.

June 3rd, 2009 marked the start of Skull-A-Day 3.0 in which the project continued to feature daily skull submissions, but with the addition of two new site editors: Skull-A-Day ├╝berfans Tatman and Citizen Agent.

June 3rd, 2010 marked the start of Skull-A-Day 4.0 in which the project continues to feature daily skull submissions, but with the addition of one more site editor: Abby AKA Azurafae.

Friday, December 10, 2010

Saturday, December 4, 2010

Coconut & Lime

Coconut & Lime is a very nice and useful blog for who loves cooking and recepes. It was created by Rachel Rappaport since 2004 with all her original recipes that are easy-to-make at home. Each recipe comes with and a clear picture and a list of ingredients. This blog is also about sharing thoughts on new cooking equipment, kitchen tools, and gadgets, as well as food and drink.

There is a wide range of cuisines and foods represented on Coconut & Lime, everything from authentic Indian curries to Korean, traditional American favorites, vegan and Japanese food.

Friday, December 3, 2010


xkcd is a webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language updated every Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. xkcd was created by Randall Munroe, a former contractor for NASA, in September 2005.

The subject matter of the comic varies, including statements on life and love (some love strips are simply art with poetry), and mathematical or scientific in-jokes. Some strips feature simple humor or pop-culture references.

Thursday, December 2, 2010


PostSecret is an ongoing community mail art project, created by Frank Warren, in which people mail their secrets anonymously on a homemade postcard. Select secrets are then posted on the PostSecret website which is updated every sunday, or used for PostSecret's books or museum exhibits.

In October 2007, the PostSecret Community was launched ( Questions have been raised about how the forum affects the anonymity of the PostSecret project, but for those involved on the Community board, there seems to be a positive response of people who haven't sent in a postcard or haven't seen their secret on the site sharing their secrets with other PostSecret fans.

Interested with PostSecret? Then read here to know how to mail your secrets?

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

The Official Google Blog

The Official Google Blog first realesed at April 2004 with their first post to the users. With The Official Google Blog, you'll get full of helpful tips and news from Googlers into their products, technology, and the Google culture.

In October 2006, everyone has a suprise that the blog of this multi-billion dollar company has been hacked with a very odd post that suggested they were cancelling their click-to-call service (see the captured picture below.) The post was at, although it has been removed. Even though the blog post was quickly taken down, a number of people saw it on the blog or in their RSS readers.

Fisrt blog: Featured Blogs

We choose our blog for the first post just for testing only. Featured Blogs listed the interesting and noteworthy blogs daily which have great features, posts, ideas, or articles. If you have a cool blog, you can submit it through their email at