STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY Growing Pains can wreak a little havoc sometimes
And no, I'm not talking about the 80's sitcom with Alan Thicke. In this case, I'm talking about Areavoices.
Throughout the last couple of years, we've seen tremendous growth in both the number of peo... Posted on 5/9/13 at 11:56 AM
IN THE BLACK Personal Finance Blogs
Recently, two of the blogs I follow regularly asked for suggestions of personal finance blogs and resources that readers read and use. They were Get Rich Slowly and Life as Mom.
Some of the blogs me... Posted on 2/23/13 at 9:11 AM
LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO For Your Reading Pleasure: A Few Blogs I Like
Greetings to you on this happy Friday.
I'd like to take a moment to share a few blogs that have recently crawled onto my reading list. Most of which, I've never referred to in my posts. I like readin... Posted on 2/23/13 at 8:55 AM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND 900 Facebook Friends and Counting
I rarely look at my own Facebook wall (or timeline or whatever Zuckerbergs minions are calling it today). Why would I? Think about it; I have already lived whatever it is that is posted there, and I w... Posted on 1/29/13 at 9:30 AM
ASTRO BOB Meteor shower report plus a Hubble bauble
"Hey, I thought it was supposed to be clear." Sound familiar? These were the words uttered by meteor watchers in the Duluth area last night. Despite a great forecast for Geminid watching, the sky tu... Posted on 12/14/10 at 2:12 PM
The College Planning Center at Bank of North Dakota is recruiting high school juniors and seniors; college freshmen, sophomores and juniors; and parents of high school and college students to blog about the college planning and college experience.
One of the main questions about The Avengers is whether or not it would live up to the previous movies (Thor, Iron Man, Captain America, etc.) and if it would live up to its own hype. I would say the answer to both parts of that question is a resounding yes.
I enjoy watching horror movies occasionally, but not for the reasons most people like watching them. I usually find them funny. There are so many stereotypes about horror movies that there are spin-offs using the stereotypes.
The Bridgehunter’s Chronicles, a blog by Jason D. Smith, is this week’s Blog of the Week. Smith writes about seeking out bridges in the U.S. and in Germany. You can read his blog at thebridgehunter. areavoices.com.
The Bridgehunter’s Chronicles, a blog by Jason D. Smith, is this week’s Blog of the Week. Smith writes about seeking out bridges in his region and writes about them. You can read his blog at thebridgehunter.areavoices.com.
A little truth in advertising disclaimer thingy: I’m sort of the Areavoices blog guy at The Forum (the daily newspaper in Fargo for those of you unfamiliar with us) so part of what I do is try to encourage and nurture that community. As far as I’m concerned, the more bloggers, the better. So, with the fine print out of the way, here are some thoughts on what you or your organization can gain from blogging on Areavoices. I’ll try to keep this quick.
As we get ready to wrap up 2011, my mind is turned to one thing. Okay, maybe two. I keep thinking I should try to make some batches of peanut blossom cookies to win the favor of my in-laws.
But mostly, I’m thinking of one thing: The fantastic year we’ve had on Areavoices!
There are always movies that can surprise me. The surprise, of course, is not always good. Real Steel is the movie that surprised me recently. I saw previews for the movie, but wasn’t that excited about seeing it. I’m glad I went, because it was a pleasant surprise.
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