When two or more of my online/offline worlds collide in unexpected ways, it gives me a pleasant shock. The latest involves Jared Flood of Brooklyn Tweed on the Wacom community blog. Go read! Embracing Digital Tools in Traditional Arts Leads to Thriving Design Business
Whoa! Been a while since I've been here. Sorry for falling into a black hole, but that's me all over. 😉 Almost a year ago I mentioned that I felt the signal to noise ratio of IK emails was screwed. Being anal, I finally decided to test that feeling and here are the results of… Continue reading Knitting Spam Daily, Act II
Have I really ignored this blog for nearly two entire months? Yikes! So imagine my utter surprise after logging in today to discover that the Craftzine.com blog had linked to my Basic Knit Kippah as a part of their holiday DIY Gift Ideas for Guys. Woot! 🙂 By the way, if you're already over on… Continue reading No Way!
The Bizarre and Brilliant World of Knitted Science | DISCOVER Magazine. Another mainstream magazine discovers (sic) the power of Knitting. 🙂 A special congratulations to Avital for the inclusion of her periodic table sweater. Kinda surprised that they entirely missed Pat Ashforth and Steve Plummer. (No, no news on the knitting front. Although the days… Continue reading The Bizarre and Brilliant World of Knitted Science
Does anyone else think that the Knitting Daily newsletter-to-ad ratio is entirely out of whack? I love Knitting Daily and Interweave, but I'm finding that so much of the mail sent out by them is advertising or advertising disguised as newsletters that I've come *this close* to unsubscribing entirely from the newsletter. This seems to… Continue reading Knitting Spam Daily