Every year we like to
remind you to do your bit for Earth Day, and this year is no exception. Next Wednesday, April 22, plant a tree, volunteer to work for your city or send an Earth Day E-card. Check out the Facebook application Every Day is Earth Day to find how you can decease your carbon footprint. The goal is to offset 100,000 lbs. of CO2. Finally, you can get a free download of Grist’s Wake Up and Smell the Planet before Earth Day.
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If you love your dog, you probably spend some of your Thanksgiving watching the National Dog Show (a pointer won it this year.) The sponsors of the event, Purina, have made an e-card site to send greeting to all your friends this holiday season. Head over to Critter Carols, upload your pet’s face (this is Amazing Grace,) add text and music and let everyone know just how weird you get during the last couple of weeks. By the way, this app will take you longer than most to get it right, so expect a learning curve.
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What a great Humpday treat! Bob Dylan, at the height of his youth, and he digs Gear Live. We admit that it is only a promo for his new album coming out October 1. Send e-grams to all your buds in “Subterranean Homesick Blues” style. The deluxe version of his “Greatest Songs Album” will feature almost 60 tunes from the musical poet with 10 limited edition postcards, mini vinyl replica artwork, and a booklet with images and liner notes. Until his album becomes available, remember to “get dressed, get blessed, try to be a success.”
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