For retailers, Instagram has proven difficult to monetize. The photo app doesn't allow links on individual posts. Now, a solution: Nordstrom is the first retailer to roll out Like2Buy, a new service that makes Instagram easily shoppable.
London's Queerest, Raunchiest and Most Provocative Cabaret Experience" - Polari Magazine, The Familyyy Fierce. "Enough Quirk and Kook to send the Addams Family Scurrying" ThisIsCabaret.com
Combining the creme of London's gay DJ's and Music-Makers, with bold and brilliant live performance by the Familyyy Fierce and other unabashed gender-blurred performers, More is part old-school Drag-Ball, part Club-Kid Flash-Mob. With ample opportunity to Dance, Drink, Bowl, Eat, Sing, Walk and Live, More is the beginning of a new era of Nightlife, re-establishing the diversity and queer expression of by-gone eras, with the vitality, technology and nerve of the children of the up-and-coming generation.
Expect Brash Beats, Vougable Vinyl and Hard-Core-House Hunties from the creme of London's queer music-makers, including legendary DJ's Tasty Tim, Attack Attack Attack and Slim Chance. Plus an assault of live performance delivered by the capable expertise of The Familyyy Fierce and Friends deep into the early hours!
Hosted at the cult-classic venue Bloomsbury Lanes, More will boast a feast not only to the eyes, but all your sense-receptors with the built-in Diner serving the best in Americana-style eating, several bowling lanes, a great-priced bar, karaoke booths, plus many other hidden treasures.
Live-art performance, installations, art exhibitions, fashion shows, audience competitions with titles and prizes. And that's not all, we've got More up our sleeves! So come help us throw a Fierce party to celebrate the start of a new monthly carnival of all things More.
The Diaspora model is decentralized, like email. Sooooo....just like somebody running an email server could restrict access from certain domains, a podmin can ban anybody they like from their pod. It is, technically, censorship, but that doesn't make it necessarily wrong. You should be able to prevent certain people from posting on your website. Just because you run a website, that doesn't make it an open platform for anybody to post anything they want.
South London?s finest free live jazz evening at Belair House every Wednesday, right in the heart of Dulwich? Sid Gauld
Belair House?s free weekly Wednesday Jazz evenings presents: Sid Gauld, a successful trumpet player and musical arranger with an understanding and repertoire of almost every genre of music. Join us in our downstairs bar for £9.95 beer and burgers deals, whilst enjoying the music of Sid Gauld.
During her career, Anne Summers has built up a most eclectic résumé accents are required on words that can be mistaken for others including stints as editor-in-chief of Ms. magazine, running the Hawke government’s Office of the Status of Women and taking the reins as deputy president…
'The Takeaways' was a fictional band formed for the 1984 T.V. series "Sweet And Sour" which told their story of trying to break into the Sydney music scene. This is the theme song featuring Deborah Conway.
I'm not one to usually do this - but my web team guys deserve some attention today.
http://www.sitehost.co.nz approached me when my site was starting to get a bit popular - I was an artist, I didn't know too much about how websites worked, I just knew I had something going on. I was gaining popularity fast and I kinda knew my standard bulk large offshore company web hosting provider would not be able to keep up with the demand.
As a musician, I wasn't that keen on suddenly focusing all my energy on the finer details of how to keep an active website running...secure... online all the time - that's when these guys approached me.
The guy who initially hit me up was Albie Thomson. I knew him very indirectly from parties (as in probably said "sup bro" a few times in passing but that's it) - He had been very casually observing my situation and decided to speak up with words I understood when he saw where my website was going.
I told him exactly what I personally needed for my site, and got given back multiple options, all which I could understand.
The absolute winner is that I find this stuff interesting. As I progressed through my knowledge of websites, html, php, databases, linux, apache, shells, security, ssh- they kept up with the technological level I was at. Never "So now sir, can you please right click the little black apple icon once, then select the option that says restart".
www.sitehost.co.nz , specifically the brain of Ablie, moved me from a little novelty information website to a 16,000+ member social network of producers.
Whether you're just looking for a simple startup site, or want to run something that is super complicated - get in touch with these guys.
Hey bar roommate tavern
I find hope in all the souls you gather
Hey citrus, hey liquor
I love it when we come together
I feel Jesus in the clumsiness of young and awkward lovers
I feel Judas in the long odds of the rackets on the corners
I feel Jesus in the tenements of honest, nervous lovers
I feel Judas in the pistols and the pagers that come with all the powders
Corner-store? Jesus had pretension of being a street-vendor, more like it! Supermarket? The church maintains pretensions of being a super-power, more like it! This is why we must work hard to maintain the separation of church and state.
The whole bible is a huge misprint, historically speaking, or hysterically? No, very unhysterically, quite historically, the bible and religion are in desperate need of deletion from the publishers' back-catalogue.
My favourite is the FACT that Easter is still called "Easter". Why "Easter"? -It's the name of an old Germanic fertility goddess! -Seriously! You don't have to make this shit up, 'cause the far King Christians already did. :-D