X RAY FISH, MEET SHEER, by Annika by annikasart Start making t-shirts on zazzle This is one of the fish belonging to my school of "Sea Through Fish".XRAY FISH, MEET SHEER is one of the fish in my series of "Sea Through Fish". About the artist: I am a New England artist, of Swedish origin. I use the watercolor medium for paintings and unusual collages. My work is exhibited in the New England area and held in private collections throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe. Annika has granted Zazzle.com an exclusive license to print and distrubute this image in T shirt form. via zazzle.com Interesting watercolors found via Zazzle this evening. Back-to-school savings! 15% off at Zazzle.com when the coupon code STUDYINSTYLE is applied at checkout. Sale excludes shipping, taxes, and face value of postage. More info on site. This offer is valid through August 25, 2011 at 11:59pm PT. Posted via email from Annalee Blysse @ posterous on posterous.
via hellomagazine.com That there is going to be a Hollywood version of the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is fantastic news. I thought it would make a fascinating movie since I first read the book. It is nice that Daniel Craig will have a job for a trilogy (I assume he'll be playing Mikael Blomkvist), but I'm more interested in the movies! I enjoyed the Swedish version so much I found myself not even reading the subtitles. Posted via email from Annalee Blysse @ posterous on posterous.
DSC05656_edited-1, originally uploaded by bankerssilvermoon. A fun idea found over at flick for people that are looking for fun ideas for digital scrap booking summer vacation photos by a lake. This is a picture of kids on a beach was changed to black and white, but their reflection in the water left in color. This would be pretty easy to do by making two layers and then selecting and deleting just the black and white water reflection.
via blurb.com I was wandering about Blurb.com where people can create their own photo book. I found this book by Daniel Peet chronicling the medical issues that his daughter faces. Flipping through the preview on the site was quite moving. Beautiful book for a beautiful girl. Posted via email from Annalee Blysse @ posterous on posterous.
This week at Twitter, there have been some changes to the profile wall. For those Twitter users that are post images in their tweets, there is now a scroll bar that shows their latest images.
From there folks can view the images...
My thoughts are that this has the potential to increase referral or affiliate sales for people that use Twitter for business. It makes sense that people that see the product associated with a tweet, and link through are likely to be shoppers. Tweets without images undoubtedly get some traffic from curious surfers that are curious what an item looks like, but aren't necessarily shopping at the moment.
Found this video regarding rel="author" html and suggestions on linking to Google+ profile via Google Is Searching For Good Authors. That article has all the helpful links needed if you want to use the Google button to backlink to profile.