1. Years ago, when I was still in college, I wrote for Epinions, a user-based website that offers product reviews. It was, and still is, a site that pays users for their reviews. I still occasionally write, but when I first started out I wrote dozens of reviews and made a little chunk of money. Very little, though it was enough to declare on the ole tax return one year. At any rate, I was, way back when, declared to be an “automotive expert” on the site (and these were the days before I could afford to swap cars the way my mama swaps husbands!) One of my fellow experts has since launched a great site that serves as a real world database for automotive stats. Again, it is user driven, information provided by people who actually drive the cars. If you’re considering a new purchase, check his site out: True Delta. It’s got a ton of great information. And if you’d like to add your own car experiences there, I’m sure he would welcome new members: http://www.truedelta.com/
2. The other day I went to my links page, specifically looking for one of my “regulars” and found she wasn’t there. I’m not that great at keeping my blogroll up to date. If you’re one of my regulars, or know that I am one of yours, and you aren’t on the Links Page, please let me know!
3. Since many of us have gotten reconnected on Facebook, there have been some mutterings about a 15 year high school reunion. I didn’t make it to my ten year one (and I can’t exactly recall why) and I understand there was light turnout. I’m all for it, I think it would be a blast. Anyone have any good reunion stories?
4. I’m embarassed to admit it, but I just loved those Real Houswives of Atlanta. I’m looking forward to Season Two…but it seems every other week one of them has been foreclosed on, evicted, or otherwise put on the streets. They might have to rename it “The Real Housewives of Some Trailer Court in Conyers” but I’ll keep myself glued to the screen anyway…I just won’t admit it to anyone.