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Saved By the bell hooks

(via BoingBoing) Saved by the bell hooks is a brilliant tumblr combining the bell hooks and Saved by the Bell.

The Waiting Room

Using Yahoo! Pipes to get Podcast Feed from Official.fm

(This post is a bit more geeky, in the coding sense, than the usual goatless fare – but it is about music in the end). One of my…

Rathole Radio Logo

New (to me) podcast (rathole radio) and music (8in8)

I’ve long been a subscriber to Floss Weekly, a video/audio podcast in the TWiT network focused on Free/Libre/Open Source Software. One of the occasional co-hosts of that show,…

Veggie Galaxy: Vegetarian Diner and Vegan Baker, 450 Mass Ave, Cambridge MA

Veggie Galaxy – Vegetarian Diner and Vegan Bakery

This weekend during PodCamp Boston I took a trip down the red line to Central square and checked out Veggie Galaxy, the new Vegetarian Diner and Vegan Bakery…

Buddha

Oh, Buddha

Can’t miss a chance to post a LOLCat.

Upgrade are failed

Testing cross-posting with 3.0

As some of you may know, I developed and maintain a WordPress plugin called WPBook.

I’m trying a clean install of that plugin on a blog upgraded to WordPress 3.0 (which came out Friday) to make sure it works.

Erik Marcus of Vegan.com

Two New Vegan Blogs

Two well known folks in the animal rights / vegan community have launched new blogs – check them out and subscribe! First, Erik Marcus, who you likely know…

Film Screening: Seeing Through the Fence

(Guess it’s BVS week here at Goatless) This Tuesday, May 12th, the Boston Vegetarian Society is hosting a screening of Seeing Through the Fence, a film by Eleni…

Spam Haiku (Well, Almost)

Got this today via email: Greetings. advantage “true toys” consequently not protected Sincerely, Cameron Bunch. If you reformat it ever so slightly it’s a near-haiku (5-10-6, or 5-10-7…

Online Insecurity

Ann Handley is what we north-of-Boston folks call wicked smart. Further evidence of that is found in her recent blog post: “I Suspect Everyone Else Is Smarter, Better-Looking,…

VegSXSW, Retweeter

I’m at the airport getting ready to board for SXSW. If you’re going to be at SXSW (interactive), or in Austin March 6th-12th, check out VegSXSW on Twitter…

Second Pass at Avatar Plugin (MBLA plus)

A little while ago Alper ÇuÄŸun released an hAvatar plugin, which parses the url left by a comment author, and if it finds an hCard there, looks for…

IPCC Chief Links Vegetarianism to Climate Change

As previously reported here, last year’s report from the UN International Panel on Climate Change was pretty clear, if subtle, about the idea that livestock production was a…

Testing some new plugins

Upgraded the blog to 2.3.2 today, and I’m testing some new plugins – apologies in advance if this post appears in the feed more than once. (I did…

Veggieist Bostonist Introducedist

The folks at Bostonist have launched a regular vegan column: In part due to the all the wonderful feedback we received from our two vegan-themed holiday posts, we’ve…

Bill Maher talks Turkey at the Huffington Post

Via the MARC list I came across Bill Maher’s excellent and well-timed pre-thanksgiving rant about turkeys. He links to a few slaughterhouse videos to emphasize the point: These…

Vegan Food Blogs

The 2007 Blogger’s Choice Award winners are out. In the “Best Food Blog” category (on page 3 of the results), three out of four winners are vegan blogs:…

Vegan Open Source: VegGuide.org

I love this post from Dave Rolsky at Compassionate Action for Animals, in which he outlines the philosphy behind VegGuide.org and how it differs from competing national and…

Looking for a new WordPress Plug-in

Anyone know of a decent WordPress plugin for blogging about new music purchases? What I’m looking for is basically something to pull in the CD image and perhaps…