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Larry in Drag (well, a SK*RT)

Monday, April 21st, 2008

By Larry Smith

skrt-logo.gifThis week I’m the guest editor over at SK*RT, the online community dedicated to finding the best stories on the Web as determined by its members. Like Digg, the more community members click on stories, the more prominently the stories are displayed. SK*RT has a certain feminine mystique about it, but, largely, good stories are good stories; even denim-clad Levi’s guys like me find lots of great stuff on SK*RT. I’m honored to follow esteemed guest editors like Real Simple’s editor-in-chief Kristin von Ogtrop (who was once very kind to me when she was an editor at Vogue, and I was just getting my career going) and VC/start-up business legend Guy Kawasaki (whose 10/20/30 PowerPoint rule is Tim Barkow’s and my new copilot, and a man who we hope will be very kind to us one day soon).

Each day, SK*RT will link to one of my favorite stories. Today, I start SK*RTing with a great topic: love.

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2 responses

  1. Sandra J. Houghton says:

    Something bad happens and you https://dltutuapp.com/tutuapp-download/ run the whole situation through your mind over and over and over again.

  2. Sandra J. Houghton says:

    You may not have heard of the https://showbox.run/ concept of rumination, but, chances are, you’ve fallen prey to this habit.

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