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Thursday, February 25, 2010

Sunday, February 21, 2010

Saturday, February 6, 2010

pete cashmore

more likely than not, you have never heard of pete cashmore, but he was recently named the #3 web celebrity by forbes and heres what they had to say:
Tech media wunderkind Pete Cashmore started working as a Web technology consultant when he was a teenager, and founded the Web site Mashable from his home in Scotland when he was just 19. Now based in Silicon Valley, it's a must-read for the tech cognoscenti, and Cashmore is widely regarded as an expert on how to use, consume and profit from social media. Cashmore also boasts more Twitter followers (almost 2 million) than any other Web Celeb.
       pete_cashmore_mashable.jpg image by fashionblogger

name: pete cashmore
bday: september 18, 1985 (aberdeen, scotland)
height: 6'3
marital status: single
description from twitter: Quiet type. Addicted to caffeine. Scared of geese.

check out this interview with mediabistro for more.


2007 - top 25 Forbes Web Celeb and featured in BusinessWeek as one of the world’s most profitable blogs
2009 - one of Inc Magazine's 30 Under 30, Forbes' Top 25 Web Celebs and the Huffington Posts' Top 10 Game Changers, INQ Mobile most influential Briton and most influential Twitter user in the world

Mashable, which is now regarded as the #6 top blog in the world. The site focuses on its slogan, "all that's new on the Web", including information about Social networks, websites, technology and various other content.

Cashmore writes a weekly column about social media and networking for, in a move to make the site more featured around more popular technology.

Pete divides his time between San Francisco, the UK and technology events around the US, including Mashable meetups in Los Angeles and New York.

and heres one from talk nerdy to me lover in regular delicious...hes perfect.


so so so so so hot...

Wednesday, February 3, 2010


Gotta love when the commentators can't describe what just happened because they've just never seen it before. Watch T.J. Schiller go up in the air, and then do more spins than anyone has ever done.

"Fourteen plus... Was that a 1620?"
source: JT

Monday, February 1, 2010


some great performances during the grammys last night:


taylor swift & stevie nicks (w/ butch walker!)

lady gaga & sir elton john