Friday, July 11, 2008

Things I've been tagging

I'm vaguely obsessed with del.icio.us, a social bookmarking website that allows you to save websites that you find online, and share them with your friends. Here are some of the things that I've been tagging this week.

Stumptown Coffee Roasters- this coffee shop has a Seattle location, where J and I are going to be next week. We're soliciting recommendations if you have any!

Curry Chicken Soup-
sounds delicious, no? Recipes are probably my #1 tag- especially when I'm reading tastespotting.

Pingg- for years I've been bored of evite, but haven't found a reasonable alternative. Could this be it?

The best lock to protect your bike
- I just got a new bike! It might not need the *best* lock, but I would like it not to get stolen. Just in case, I haven't left it outside a store yet- I've just gone pleasure riding.

The Seattle Underground Tour
- someone from Seattle recommended this as her favorite touristy thing to do in town. Again, if you've been to Seattle (and you're not Brianna who has already done this), suggest away! We love ideas.

Baby Toy Alternatives- as some of my friends have been having kids, and I'm thinking about having some myself, ideas for low-mess apartment friendly, sustainable toys are on my mind. This article has some good ideas (and Unclutterer is an awesome blog).

The Boys and the Subway
- both my husband and Brianna tagged this for me. It's an adorable NYC picture book, and it made me smile.

Salumi Artisan Cured Meats- One of Brianna's Seattle suggestions. YUM.

Update on the Red Hook Ball Fields- we have a date to go to the ballfields, but last I heard, they still weren't open. Keep your fingers crossed that it will happen soon!

This isn't comprehensive, but a pretty good overview of fun things I've found in my travels this week. If you're on del.icio.us and want to be my friend, let me know and I'll add you. I tag things for people all the time that look interesting or fun, and it drives me crazy when I want to tag something for someone and have to email it instead. I think we all should start to embrace social bookmarking.



1 comment:

Sarah at TasteSpotting said...

Hey Amy ! Thanks for stopping by TasteSPotting!

 
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