How To Iron A Buttoned Shirt: DIY Life has a quick tutorial on getting those pesky wrinkles out of your work shirts. There’s also a tutorial on ironing other items of clothing. Or you could just go purchase some t-shirts from Threadless and save yourself the trouble of learning how to iron in the first place.
I did a bit of housecleaning on the blog tonight. In addition to returning to my original PressRow theme, I’ve decided that it’s finally time to pay a little attention to my links over on the right hand side of the page. I had a few links in there that didn’t work anymore, and I haven’t watched Ask A Ninja in at least ten months or so. I’ll be updating these links over the course of the next few days — I try to keep them relevant and useful, and then I usually stop paying attention to them after a few days and then we go a year without updating them, so I’ll see how long I’m able to keep it up this time. I’ve added a few of my daily reads (Kottke) and finally freshened up my Artists list, which is basically a compilation of the artists I really, really love and will continue to love no matter what kind of records they release in the future.
I’m also about to undergo my second phase of bringing back all my old blog posts dating back to 2001. This is a major undertaking and thus I’ve been taking it a bit at a time, but I want to get the archive out of my Gmail account and into a place where they are, at the very least, legible. They will be available as always via the drop down archive selector on the sidebar.
Everyone have a good weekend. I can’t guarantee I’ll be posting much original content through the weekend, because it’s going to be a busy one. Take care.
The internet is full of wonderful things. This post, for example, in which a FilmWad writer takes lovers of the movie 300 to task. It’s a fantastic post, albeit a bit over the top, but it’s still a good read regardless of how you feel about the film.
The music blog I write for, Broken Dial, is up for Best Music Blog in the BT Digital Music Awards People’s Choice category. If you’ve got a second, I’d appreciate you heading over to this link and voting for us. It’ll take but a second of your time and I’ll love you forever.
Chuck Bartowski is the lead character from the upcoming NBC show Chuck, and he’s got a Flickr account. He’s also got a Twitter account, a Facebook account, and an account on every other social network in the entire internets.
I totally dig this kind of marketing, and I’m hyped about the show. NBC looks to have a very strong lineup of new shows, including Life, Bionic Woman and Journeyman in addition to Heroes and The Office.