Author Archives: rachelemock

A Turkey for the Generations

Originally Posted on JumpingGenerations November 23, 2010 (http://jumpinggenerations.wordpress.com/2010/11/22/a-turkey-for-the-generations/) GG taught D how to make a this turkey many years ago. This cooking-style makes the juiciest turkey in about 1 hour. Here’s what you will need 1, 12-15 pound turkey (if … Continue reading

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My 9-Year-Old & the S-Word

It began about this time last year. Perhaps on the drive home after swim practice, or when we walked through the grocery store, or after a play-date. Z-girl, then 8, would quiz D or I about S. Is it Grandma and … Continue reading

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Roast Beast?

Is the Arby’s new logo appropriate?

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Interesting Business Card Links

Please add your links below in the comments. Here are some interesting ones posted on other sites and blogs — for you to look at. Web Designer Depot, May 2009 Web Designer Depot, June 2012

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AIGA Communiqué

I wanted to share the August 2012 Issue of AIGA Communiqué. Enjoy! News & Events What the new AIGA membership model means for you AIGA launched a new membership model on August 1 to give every designer an affordable chance to … Continue reading

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Buy This Poster at Pop Chart Lab

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Correction: This FAMILY Sponsored by…

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This Marriage Sponsored by…

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Just Graduate!

When I was working at SCAD-Atlanta at the end of June, I met a BFA who had just graduated. His name was Dinesh Dave and he was on his way to take an internship at W+K in Portland. Unbeknownst to … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading, July 2012: True Believers

True Believers: A Novel by Kurt Andersen And so far, I cannot put it down…

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