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Sunday Bites

Nobody likes a Sunday evening. To soften the blow, Buntology thought it would dish out bites from the Big Apple collected throughout the course of the week. (And the puns don’t stop)       … … …

1. On second thought, maybe Union Square wasn’t the best place to meet up on Saturday afternoon. Listen around 20 seconds in for me screaming at Colin into the phone, “I’m in it! I’m in it! Oh God!” in regards to the massive protest that was taking place.

Buntology’s ‘Websites to Watch in 2011’ List


Move over ISketch- Dudlers has got you beat.

The “social” drawing website launched only a few months ago and already has almost 700 doodles and 235 members under its belt.

The concept of Dudlers is based heavily on sharing via Facebook, Twitter, WordPress and the other usual suspects, and lets you share doodle sessions with other live users.

Besides the modern “share” aspect of Dudlers, what makes the site stand out amongst countless other computer drawing programs- even paintbrush- is that the tools actually enable you to doodle halfway decent pictures. While I could go for a little paintbucket action, the ink tool and the background image tool make me feel like an arteest every time- which is no easy feat considering I’m left handed and used a touch pad to draw this.

Check out the below comparison and tell me I’m not gifted (note the awesome embeddable thumbnail size).

club glass by Guest

North Adams First Annual Dog Costume Parade!

The first weekend in October is considered Fall Foliage

mom and willie posing at the first annual north adams dog costume parade

Weekend in North Adams, Mass., and thousands of tourists rush to the city for our annual parade, craft fair, art, and road races.

Now that my kids are grown I no longer take advantage of all the Fall activities that my community has to offer, but this year a new event was added that forced me to drag my usually unsociable self out of the house and be part of the community…

The first Dog Costume Parade took place on Saturday, October 2 and it was amazing.

Since We Last Spoke…

…so many awesome things have happened!

Angela finished up work at Everyday Health and is relocating to New York City at the end of the month to start her new job- and to open up a satellite office for Buntology. In the interim, she’s using her time off to catch up on all the things that she’s been too busy to do since working:

Of course the big move will be chronicled in a yet-untitled, but captivating series for the site.