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Welcome Yahoo! TV viewers who saw the GLC on The 9 for Thursday July 13th! If you’ve found any grocery lists on your trips to the market, scan them send them my way. Or just send me yours. You could end up in my new book: “Milk, Eggs, Vodka: The …
A quick mention in the Christian Science Monitor: “We all write grocery lists, but Bill Keaggy may be the only person who collects them.” Also, thanks for the links: Newstoday and TDC Online (although I can’t read it, here’s a poor translation) and many, many others. Thanks!
A big thanks to everyone who’s been linking us up and spreading the word about the grocery list book. Reciprocal link-love goes out to: Boing Boing, Consumerist, All Dumb, Transbuddha, Speak Up, Metroblogging Philadelphia and the many others. Thanks!
SMITH Magazine linked us up as a “Site We Like” — check them out: “SMITH magazine celebrates a new golden age of storytelling. Smith is our stories, our history, our friends, our celebrities, our moments, our lives. We believe everyone has a story. Everyone is a Smith.”
We’re profoundly proud to make AlterNet’s “Ten Best Top-Ten Lists” list. Check it out, we’re #7: “Top 10 lists are a staple of a culture obsessed with ranking things, yet in recent years the ubiquitous best-movie, -book and -music lists have become so baffling it seems as though their only …
Another blog of ours got mentioned in today’s LA Times: Have we gone blog wild? They like our I Love Sandwiches slogan: “Wherein we blog all things sandwichy!”
Hey! We got written up in the Twin Tiers Star-Gazette: “Groceries tell you a lot about people. A cart full of food can tell you whether the shopper has kids or pets, practices personal hygiene, loves junk food or quaffs Pabst Blue Ribbon or dark brews.A grocery list mirrors the …
I like that we’re permanently linked up in the right column of the SFGate’s Culture Blog!
…who run the Museum of Online Museums. The MoOm was selected as one of Time Magazine’s Top 50 Coolest Web Sites for 2005, probably mostly because the Grocery List Collection is part of the MoOm’s Permanent Collection, of course!