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newsiconThere are a bazillion blog and news aggregators out there, making their money and reputation by being the best at passing along other people’s journalism and blog pondering.

I have no intention of competing with them or getting into the “aggregation” business.

But occasionally there are a handful of links that all deserve a “spotlight” when I don’t have time to do individual posts.

Hence, “links worth clicking

(LWC comes with a money-back guarantee)

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Molly Piper’s postWe used to be happy people… I even have proof.”  If you’re a crier, you better grab something tear absorbent, this is a great, hard, heart-wrenching post to read.

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Rainn Wilson’s twitter account (@rainnwilson). Rainn, who play’s Dwight Schrute on NBC’s hit sitcom The Office (it grieves me that I would have to explain that for some people out there), informs his “followers” that today he is sitting down for the first table read (reading through the script with the other cast members, usually sitting around a large table) of the new season of The Office.

Get caught up with missed episodes at Hulu.com.

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FailBlog.org.  If you have not heard of it, shame on all your friends who have kept you in the dark.  This is your go-to place for ridiculous photos and videos of the stupid, thoughtless, ridiculous, unimaginable things that people with publicly do, post, wear, and say.

Prepare to be amazed.

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You guys have any secret “web jems” you care to share?

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  1. Anna Avery
    July 23, 2009 at 11:08 pm

    That post by Molly Piper was intense. I did enjoy it, mainly for its honesty and its simple truth.

    My new favorite web gem is the picture blog of Mary Ruffle at http://www.itsprettygood.com. I’m kinda stalking this one a bit. I love to see the clean pictures of places that look nothing like anything around here.

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