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Next year’s holiday shopping

It’s a little late now, but a friend of mine just reminded me about Etsy: Etsy is an online marketplace for buying & selling all things handmade. Our mission is to enable people to make a living making things, and to reconnect makers with buyers. My friend says (and I quote): etsy…is my internet mecca – for reals. Each individual crafter/artist gets their own shop and you can talk to  [ Read More ]

Perfect Librarian Gift

Looking for that perfect gift for the librarian in your family? I want this! It goes perfect with my book oriented desk-organizer. Leather tissue boxes prove you can’t tell a book by its cover-look like a stack of valuable first editions! Have handcrafted leather “bindings” over wood, gold “pages,” hand-painted gold accents. Easy to refill-lift hinged lid. Boutique tissue box, 6 1/4″ x 6 1/2″H. Just perfect for any librarian’s  [ Read More ]

Amazon Wishlist Editing

Did you know this? I didn’t! Thanks to Anne over at Jenkins Law Library I learned how to edit my Amazon wishlist in a compact way – this may or may not be a new feature. First choose to view compact and then you can check the items you want to delete all in one swoop – you can also make other mass edits this way instead of paging through  [ Read More ]

Stocking Stuffers?

RitzCamera has a one day deal where you can get 3 1GB Flash Drives for $29.99 (plus $6.95 s/h). Sounds like a neat stocking stuff idea for those geeks in your family … or maybe just for anyone in your family!

Presenting alot?

I hate standing behind the podium when I present – mostly becuase I’m so short I look like a floating head – or a kid playing dress up. Anyway, I use this nifty tool for my presentations – and now it’s on sale if you want one.

Amazon’s Remodeling

Last night I was updating my wish list on Amazon and I know that the site didn’t look like it does this morning. In the top right they invite us to see what’s new: Looks prettly slick – guess I’ll need to poke around some and see if it’s more usable – since re-designs are all about improving usability in my book! [update]If you don’t see the new design it’s  [ Read More ]

Ebay $.20 Listing Day

That’s right – for today only – get a sale on your Ebay fees – I’m headed home to pull out that pile I’ve been meaning to list!! This $.20 price applies to all auctions no matter what your starting bid! When is it? One day only, starting Tuesday, April 24, 2007 between 00:00:01 PT (12:00 AM plus one second on Tuesday, April 24, 2007) and ending that same day  [ Read More ]

Compare prices & watch with RSS

I was just introduced to a book (cd, dvd, game) price comparison site. Nothing new there – but also lets you subscribe via RSS to your search results – something all sites with search should let you do! Looking for a Harry Potter set to get caught up before the new book? Well click on the RSS Price Watcher link in the right and keep an eye out for  [ Read More ]


In a bit of books business news, Borders is dropping in favor of their own e-commerce site. I’m not sure how I feel about this – I don’t usually shop on because Amazon has better deals (and I’m an associate) – but I am curious to see what Borders comes up with to top its online competition. The shocker for me – I hadn’t realized that it had  [ Read More ]

Geeky T

I know there are a ton of different geeky options out there, but my husband just sent me this geeky T-shirt and I wanted to share it with you all.

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