Typepad on Pinterest: Ask Harriete

Did you know Typepad is on Pinterest? It's true! We love pinning and repinning great content from Typepad blogs in every genre, and we're always looking for great, inspirational content. Are you on Pinterest? Drop your link in the comments, and don't forget to follow Typepad right here! If you're not on Pinterest yet, check it out - it's a great way to promote your blog and connect with others!

Want some inspiration? Check out our featured pinner, Ask Harriete.

Harriete is an artist, maker, maven of professional development for the arts community. She uses found materials to create jewelry, sculpture, and other art installations engaged in social commentary.

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Featured Blog: Cocktail Party Physics


Cocktail Party Physics is a science-and-culture blog that aims to create a salon-like virtual space highlighting the latest news and ideas in science - with a twist. This is not your high school science class! Blogger and author Jennifer Ouellette makes it fun, funky, and unconventional, blurring the lines between traditional disciplines, both within the sciences themselves, and between science and the arts, literature, pop culture, and history. It's all about breaking down barriers, and building bridges.

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Featured Blog: Feast of Music

Feast of Music

Feast of Music covers live music in NYC, and occasionally other places. Launched in 2007, it aspires to give equal voice to all kinds of music: everything from an indie show in a Williamsburg dive, to an orchestra concert in Carnegie Hall. As Duke Ellington once said: "There are only two kinds of music: good music...and the other kind."

Blogger Pete Matthews lives in Park Slope, Brooklyn. As an undergrad, he was Program Director for his college radio station, which played everything from Mahler to Miles Davis. Entering the real world, Pete briefly did PR for opera singers before coming to his senses and switching careers to digital marketing and media, developing communications strategies for some of the world's largest companies. At night and on the weekends, he goes to shows.

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