In The Sphere: All Summer Long

Published on Jul 29, 2011   //  In the Sphere

What’s going on in the blogosphere this week? Let’s find out.

Thursday Bram starts out with a post on MoneyNing, talking about the point of a summer job. The idea of having a summer vacation is rooted in our agricultural past, but even if the kids aren’t working the farm, that doesn’t mean that there’s no value in working through the summer. Network and get some experience!

Raul Pacheco has his mom in town for the next little while, so he took her out to Campagnolo on Main. If you’re looking for some great casual Italian fare, you can’t really go wrong with this place. Raul’s mom “raved” about the lasagna as being one of the best she’s had anywhere.

Melody Fury continues with the theme of food, but she’s talking about her modern Tex Mex wedding menu tasting. As she plans and prepares for her special day, she needs to decide on a modern menu that still speaks to the Tex Mex sensibilities of her Texan guests.

Darren Rowse, better known as Problogger on the Internet, approaches another misconception that many new bloggers have. As it turns out, you don’t have to post every day on your blog. There are many successful sites that don’t have daily posts. The key is to have quality and not focus so much on the quantity.

Her Bad Mother finishes off this summer-themed list of posts with a discussion on the digital life. She’s capturing all sorts of memories with Instagram on the iPhone. Those are some great casual and candid shots! Just don’t forget to live your life and not just live it vicariously through a camera lens.

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