Every now and again, we post a quick round-up of what our friends (as determined by their inclusion in our 'Friends of the Floss' list on our homepage) are doing. Because that's what friends do.
If you're looking to break into the web publishing business, the fine folks at Neatorama have a new feature you should know about. It's called the Neatorama Upcoming Queue. Here's the deal:
Do you have a blog and would like it featured on Neatorama? Have you ever found something neat/funny/weird on the Web and would like to share it with all of Neatorama's readers? Now you can.
Of course, there needs to be a mechanism to separate good posts from bad ones (like spam, for instance). The Upcoming Queue makes this easy by letting you vote good posts up and bad ones down. Posts that gather a lot of positive votes will then be promoted to the blog's front page.
Complete details can be found here.
I don't know much about farming, but when I see a headline that says 'Giving A Cow A Name Boosts Her Milk Production,' I'm going to click.
The guys at Asylum.com recently posed an important question to all you social networkers out there: Should You Be Facebook Friends With Your Ex?
(As long as we're on the subject, there's still plenty of room in the fan section of our Facebook page.)