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Get Sniffed!

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In The Spotlight


Wanna Sniff?I am not sure if it is the BlogDogIt in me or what, but when I discovered that Jerry E. Beuterbaugh had put Grayson (pictured left) to work cataloging websites for SiteHoundSniffs.com I wanted to get sniffed too. A comment/request to Jerry over at As The Crackerhead Crumbles and lickety-split BlogDogIt was included in that directory of websites.

If you have been blogging for any length of time at all you are no doubt familiar with blog directories and hub-sites that list and categorize various websites. What makes SiteHoundSniffs.com unique is that all sites listed are vetted for safety and legitimacy by the Site Hound himself. While many such sites are dynamic, database-driven, "submit-it-yourself" joints, SiteHoundSniffs is a labor of love; a manually compiled list of interesting websites.

Aside from the K-9 references in our site names, BlogDogIt and SiteHoundSniffs have much in common. We both exist to offer suggestions on internet destinations in a format designed to entertain. While BlogDogIt is a bit more random in its approach, SiteHoundSniffs is working to organize and categorize based on country of origin and a wealth of categories that include Arts/Crafts, Beliefs, Birding/Wildlife, Entertainment, Gardening/Plants, Historical, Jewelry, Literary, Pets/Livestock, Photography, Sewing, Sports, Tech, Travel/Adventure, Unusual and Many, Many More! At the time of this writing there were nearly 1800 suggested websites (with no end in sight.)

If you would like to be listed just contact Jerry E. Beuterbaugh and give him permission to reproduce your site's header for even greater exposure. You better believe I will be perusing this directory of "Hound Sniffed" destinations - looking for websites to shine our very own  BlogDogIt Spotlight upon.

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"Out Of My Mind" reviewing the film

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masodo's musings

Slip Into MadnessA brand new vehicle has been added to the Carriage House Productions stable of creative independent cinema (in association with Koldwind Productions.) Director Cindy Maples gets her creative juices flowing to the point of "dripping" in this, her latest film project.

"Out of my Mind" is a mysterious little thriller based on the story "Drip Drip" written by John Cosper. The screenplay/adaptation was a collaboration between Cindy Maples and Neil Kellen and found it's way into my consciousness through the predictably masterful camera work of Joe Atkinson. Credit Al Ponton and Lewis Chaney with expertly lighting this artistic offering. Successfully edited by Neil Kellen, this fifteen minute short packs all the entertainment value of any film two times thrice its run-time.

Lady In BlueHearkening to the film noir genre, this pseudo-narrative added color and complexity and presented a film that was as much horror as mystery. "Out of my Mind" was exactly how I felt as I tried to predict the outcomes of the actions in view. Once I surrendered to the fact this film was not playing back some tired, old formulaic devices but was instead telling me a story in a most unique way, I was rewarded with a tasty, tricky tale.

Rusty James is atop his game in his portrayal of best-selling mystery author "Carter"; haunted by rejection and a desire to redirect those negative emotions into something better suited to pay the bar tab. Mina Fedora brings her assets to bear in a mighty performance as the Woman in Blue. Though her eyes plead for rescue, Carter is limited in his available options to relieve her misery.

I find this to be a deep deep drama that develops fully in the mind only upon reflection. It must be a great feeling for everyone involved to know their efforts have resulted in such an outstanding film. Keep 'em coming Cindy!

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"Chatbot" (The Next Seinfeld?)

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Four Artificial Intelligence (AI) Chatbots sitcom experiment -Winterblessed

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We setup four Cleverbot chatbots in a way so that they would be able to converse with each other in attempt to create an ad-hoc sitcom.

Each line of dialogue is chosen by the first Cleverbot response to each sentence spoken. In some instances, where two responses were recorded at the same time, both lines were included.

See the original experiment here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vphmJEpLXU0

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Spotlight[Living]: Robs Webstek

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K+Club

It's a picture + a few lines of text blog, featuring history, art, old photographs, maps, and more.

It's a picture + a few lines of text blog, featuring history, art, old photographs, maps, and more.

Dutch.Man.Amersfoort.Creative.IT.Music.History
Dutch.Man.Amersfoort.Creative.IT.Music.History

The World upside down
Saturday, December 14, 2013
 

The World upside down


 The World upside down

The convention that North is at the top on most modern maps was established by the Egyptian astronomer Ptolemy (90-168 AD) and was adopted by other cartographers.

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Spotlight[Entertainment]: blurppy

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Jaws: Memories From Martha’s Vineyard (Expanded 2nd Edition)
By Matt Taylor


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blurppy.com

Regurgitating bits and pieces of random web encounters with gadgets, movies, music, events, books, artists and all things with a "WTH"? or a "ooo"… factor to them.

Don Thompson: Factotum

I’m a ME transplant living in CA. I enjoy finding interesting, unique and often quirky things on the web. Since I have a deep love (addiction) for coffee ice cream, I don’t sleep much so I can usually be found shackled to my computer late into the evening seeking all things that I want but usually can’t afford! ( I mean really…a $10K exercise bike? I LOVE IT, but it won’t be sitting in my garage anytime soon!) I welcome all feedback and hope that you share this site with anyone you feel may be interested. Bear with me, I am learning as I go so there will most likely be hiccups along the way.

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