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Star Wars, Lego, Cuff Links…

Posted by scottstead on Feb 24, 2010 in Art, DIY

…go together like Inky, Blinky and Pinky (oh yeah, and Clyde) or so I found out this weekend at Eastern Market on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Local artist Yang Ku has a variety of geeky accessories available from Scrabble jewelry for those gung-ho for the grammatical to Thundercats and Voltron cuff links for the 80′s nostalgia collector. The items that caught my eye, however, were these Star Wars Lego cuff links. From Darth Vader to young Anakin these cuff links are perfect for any collector. Yang Ku currently resides in Baltimore, MD but makes the trip for the open air farmer’s market most weekends, weather allowing. You can check out the rest of her works on the web at Yang Ku Designs. In the mean time, feast your eyes on these…

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November 2008 Tweetup: Videoblogging Week 2009 Day 3

Posted by scottstead on Apr 10, 2009 in DC Social Media, Twitter, Vlog
Long past due, this video has been sitting in my ‘unedited’ folder for months. I figured that I owed it to the Jagermeister girls, Aaron “Technosailor” Brazell, Andrew Feinberg, Jamy Barab, Judy Buttons, and Steelers Nation to get this video up. It’s nothing amazing, it’s just a night out with some friends captured for all times. Oh, and I lay out the meaning of life somewhere in the middle there.

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Everybody Do The Boone.

Posted by scottstead on Dec 29, 2008 in Vlog

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National Arboretum

Posted by scottstead on Aug 2, 2008 in Vlog
A beautiful day here in DC yielded a perfect opportunity to hit up the National Arboretum. A stop at the Koi garden, a walk through the bonsai and penjing exhibit, a visit to the historic columns, and traipsing through a number of gardens ensued. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a respite from the traffic and hustle of the concrete jungle.
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Sharkey’s Skittlebrau: A DC Original

Posted by scottstead on Jul 27, 2008 in Life, Vlog
Sharkey runs the bar in the basement of the 18th Ammendment on Pennsylvania on Capitol Hill. It’s truly his domain. So much so – that it’s been dubbed “Sharkey’s Playhouse”. Sharkey does a lot of weird things – from making bacon infused Vodka drinks resembling a BLT to dropping skittles into a perfectly good Budweiser. If anyone out there is an avid Simpson’s fan you’ll understand the Skittlebrau reference. For those that don’t I’ll leave it for you to look up. Thanks Sharkey – it was a sweet treat. Very kool-aid like. Oooooh yeah! After all it is sugar and water…err I mean Budweiser…same difference.
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Richard Simmons: Need I Say More?

Posted by scottstead on Jul 24, 2008 in Television



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DC Jazz Fridays Fashion Report

Posted by scottstead on Jul 11, 2008 in Vlog

Jane and Erin break it down. Portland vs DC live from the Sculpture Garden.

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Scoblechuk 08 Interviews: Part 2

Posted by scottstead on Jun 26, 2008 in Bloggers, DC Social Media, Misc. Links, Partay, Vlog
The interviews continue with Chris Parandian of www.MobileDiner.com and Technosailor of Technosailor.com. I think he’s dropped the “Aaron Brazell” all together at this point. Regardless, they recap the evening and get to the root of what DC Social Media needs to go to the next level – more face time.  Check it out!

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Scoblechuk 08 Interview

Posted by scottstead on Jun 25, 2008 in Bloggers, DC Social Media, Misc. Links, Partay, Vlog
Jonny and I interviewed Robert Scoble, Gary Vaynerchuk, and Andrew Feinberg at this DC throwdown at a swanky lil’ join in NW Washington.  Ties were loosened as we learned about Scoble’s previous experiences in the ice cream business and Gary’s hatred for the Redskins. A big thanks to Andrew Feinberg and Nick O’Neill for making this happen.

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Jonny’s Partay w/ Rohit Bhargava

Posted by scottstead on Jun 5, 2008 in Bloggers, DC Social Media, Mogulus, Vlog

DC’s best and brightest social media folks, small business owners, and general inquisitors weathered the storm that kept so many others away Wednesday for another edition of Jonny’s Partay, live at Busboys and Poets in Washington, D.C. Jonny and I interviewed Rohit Bhargava about his new book “Personality Not Included.” A big thanks goes out to Shashi Bellamkonda and Network Solutions for sponsoring the event, Jill Foster for organizing the event in all of its complexity, Jesse Thomas for his support, Rohit Bhargava for writing a book worth talking about, and most especially – our live and internet audiences for great questions and their ongoing Par-tay-cipation. A huge and special thanks goes out to our friends over at Mogulus. They managed to move a scheduled maintenance for us so that the Partay could go on uninterrupted for your viewing pleasure. Apparently they usually only do that sort of thing for Bill Clinton speeches and the likes – so thanks for treating us with the importance the Partay deserves. Your show is only as good as your service provider – and you all have gone above and beyond for us on multiple occasions. Thanks again everyone and enjoy the show if you haven’t already!

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