The Lord of the Wrinkles -- Excellent Excerpts from a Silly Spoof
by Leah Carson
Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the Shire... In this unauthorized parody of the three "Lord of the Rings" movies, the One Ring has crawled and clawed its way out of the fires of Mount Dude (quite a feat when you don't have arms or legs) and turned up in a box of Cracker Jack. Which means that a certain bobbit named Fredo is about to have his retirement rudely interrupted.
Craft Crocheting from Your Home
by Pierre Benoit
Crocheting is not only a craft but an art. Once you master the basic stitches you will be well on your way to creating masterpieces you will be pride to share with your family and friends. Anyone can learn to crochet as long as they put their mind to it.
10 Simple Ways To Expand Your Subscriber List
by Catherine Franz
Marketing Master, Catherine Franz, provides ten simple but power tips on how to expand your ezine subscriber list. Actually, many of the tips can work for printed newsletters as well.
An Artists Recipe For Life
by Mr Jody Hudson
Remember: it is your imagination that controls the future and you that control your imagination. Believe in magic, especially your own. Play with children and direct their future in the direction they wish to thrive into. Listen to old people then make your own decisions. Never throw your dreams away for they may save your life some day. Visualize excellence, yours and those you love.
A Fairy, a Low-Fat Bagel, and a Sack of Hammers
by Nick Usborne
This is a short parable on the importance of text online. Unlike offline media, where peoploe tend to look at pictures and captions before they read the main headings and text, on the web, visitors read the text first. If you don't get the message right, all the time you spent on design is wasted.
Contest Advice for Screenplay Writers
by Lynne Pembroke
Help to the writer by a judge of several major TV script and screenplay contests. Advice and tips on preparing a script before entering a contest.
by Margaret Houghton
Op Art was a movement which began in the sixties. Artists tried to create the illuision of movement on their canvasses. It is a totally abstract art form, essentially aimed at the eye of the viewer.
A Guide to Tarot Cards
by Geoff Bindon
A quick breakdown on the Major and Minor Arcana and what area they affect
Should I Buy Tickets From Ticketmaster or From a Broker?
by J Cobb
With the ever-rising cost of tickets these days you may be wondering why anyone would use the services of a ticket broker instead of purchasing their tickets directly from Ticketmaster, Tickets.com or the official box office. After all, ticket brokers sometimes charge much more than the 'face value' for a ticket. The truth is that sometimes purchasing your tickets from a box office instead of a ticket broker is your best option, but in reality, that is not true very often.
Movie Poster Collecting
by Tim Frady
This article includes a brief history of movie posters and movie poster collecting. You will also find information about the types and sizes of movie posters as well as how to take care of your valuable collectible posters.
Cartoons - A Language Everyone Can Understand
by Wilma Watson
Your Destiny Your Choice is a unique cartoon website which has received endorsement by Pop Artist, Guy Sebastian This website will help you find your destiny and become the person you were meant to be.
Bad Company Whos responsible
by Nilesh B Gore
Know the most responsible person who invites your child to join bad company.
Some Spooky Stuff
by Frank O'Donnell
Oddities I uncovered in doing research for my novel. Interested in the weird, the paranormal, dreams, etc? Read on.
The Voice and The Music in Commercials Are Sometimes From The Same Man
by Scott Gee
Verizon Wireless, Goodrich and the Auto Club are the latest corporations to turn to commercial producer and electronica recording artist The G-Man (Scott G), who provides voiceover and music composition for radio commercials.
by Vernon Stent
Are you fascinated by old TV shows from 50's and 60's? In its infancy, TV was a cross between music-hall entertainment and a picture version of radio. Lot's of tv shows came and went - a few stuck around for quite some time.
The Five Biggest Weight Loss and Fitness Myths
by Marilyn Jerome
What are the biggest myths that keep you from losing the weight you want to lose. Find out in this article.
Cosmetic Dentistry for the Working Person
by Dan Goldstein
Cosmetic dentistry procedures are one of the greatest investments for the business person.
What is a Home Inspection?
by Mike Plank
This article is a window into the iner workings of a Home Inspection.
Home Studio Recording; Midi. and Wav.
by Brian Beshore
An overview of creating musical recordings on your home PC, understanding two of the basic musical file formats
Media Player Shootout
by James Kendall
Whether you call them media players, jukeboxes, mp3 apps, music managers, or whatever - we all need a proggy to listen to our digital music with.