Friday Finest | 06.21

21 June 2013

Friday Finest


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I Write Like is a fun site that analyzes your writing and tells you which famous author you’re most like.  {via: Jules at Pancakes and French Fries}

I write like
Cory Doctorow

I Write Like. Analyze your writing!

Leave a comment and tell me who you write like!

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I loved this from NPR, a touching look at James Gandolfini through the eyes of those he worked with.

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{Photo by: Léo Caillard}

Classical sculptures dressed as hipsters look contemporary and totally badass.

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I feel like maybe these bullying jerks have too much time on their hands.  Oh, and if you’re feeling froggy, donate $10 to Jayden’s fundraiser, just because.

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The Wolf of Wall Street looks like it’s going to be a great movie.  It’s out this fall.


Have an excellent weekend, my peeps.  {Though, I will see you tomorrow, right?  You’ll want to be here tomorrow.}


Samantha said...

I write like Stephen King :)

Can't wait to see what you've got on tap for tomorrow!

Just A Normal Mom said...

I still just can't believe James Gandolfini died. Just so sad. I'm off to check out NPR.

Btw, I got Cory Doctorow off my lastest post. So I put in an older post and got P.G. Wodehouse :)

Shannon C said...

I got David Foster Wallace.

Jessica @ Wanting Adventure said...

I write like Cory, too. Except the first time it told me Dan Brown, until I put in a different paragraph. Weird.

Anonymous said...

That damn website tells me that I consistently write like Dan Brown! I can't figure out if it's a complement or not!

Sara said...

I write like Chuck Palahniuk.

The first rule of blogging is, don't talk about blogging. Or something.

Leslee @ This Friendly Life said...

I got Cory Doctorow too. I put in several different posts and they all came back the same. Fun!

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