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  • For example, a searched on "Webbed Marketing" returns results that include several posts that are about things both "Webbed" and

    buzz

  • It would suggest a possibility to extend the life of the Win32 APIs to become a 'web' application framework: if so, surely ~all windows desktop apps can be "Webbed" in a similar way.

    Planet SUSE

  • I am as fond of Google and Wikipedia as anybody, but there's an awful lot of important things that either don't scale well to blog-size posts or simply are, in effect, book-sized -- they may be Webbed, but their cogency comes from somebody having bothered to write things out at length.

    On Micheal Jackson's Downfall

  • I am still pretty skeptical -- her dismissiveness about the consequences of Asilomar strikes me as something much easier to write in 2009 than in 1979 -- but I'll be honestly interested to see what she's had to say when writing at length in a non-Webbed monograph.

    On Micheal Jackson's Downfall

  • In college, my nickname was Dr.No. If I hadn't met my wife Stacey at a Webbed Foot Singles weekend, I'd probably still be out there.

    Bill Scheft: Dear Marty Fleck: Dating Advice For Jennifer Aniston

  • Some suggest the Shark, which Mego depicts in their 1978 product catalog along with a "Webbed-Hand" Aquaman, could have been developed for a line based on TV's Man from Atlantis.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • "An author, magazine editor, movie memorabilia collector, part-time actor and notorious punster, Forrest J Ackerman enters the new millennium with a website (Forrest J Ackerman's Wide Webbed World, presented in 'DracsCape' 5.0), an entry on Wikipedia, and a museum's worth of memories."

    GreenCine Daily: Forrest J Ackerman Blog-a-Thon.

  • Dan's a friend of ours; he's got us in the Top 100 Culture Blogs in the Whole Webbed World, too!

    Dan's Our Open-Culture / Man!

  • The un-Webbed can get information on any state's plan from the College Savings Plan Network, toll-free at 877-277-6496.

    Who's Giving Advice On 529s?

  • Syndactyly Webbed Toes/Fingers Forums A few years ago, I made a post that mentioned in passing that I have webbed toes.

    Syndactyly forums up and running again

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