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#WOOFtagg suited up for hip weekend in #NYC - town or beach?

suited up for hip weekend in - town or beach?

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Tribute to Robin Williams: A True Dog Lover | WOOFipedia, provided by the American Kennel Club


Dogs & humans connected #WOOFtagg

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Can I go for a swim, mom?

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“I was extremely shy when I was younger. I wasn’t asked to the prom or anything. Life didn’t really even start for me until I turned fifty. But let’s just say I got plenty of experience after that!”

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What super hero is your dog?

#WOOFtagg #WOOFiepdia #dogs

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Last week we shared the story of an elderly black Lab named Ma Kettle, who walked 30 miles to get back to the family who had surrendered her to a shelter. Unimaginably, they rejected her a second time. The old girl’s heartbreaking tale flew across the internet and social media, and dog lovers…

Submit your Dogs of NY stories to the WOOFtagg team

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Dog on a fire hydrant, New York City (1982) by PaulWrightUK on Flickr.

Dogs of NYC are just as friendly as the people of NYC #WOOFtaggNYC

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Social networks are larger than most countries never mind TV or print audiences - yet why do brands spend more in traditional media? Is it the devil who is fooling you more that is comfortable than the new you fear?

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NY b&w by lippediak on Flickr.

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"Pull media has quickly been replaced by push media, as the Times report makes clear in so many words. Information—status updates, photos of your friends, videos of Solange, and sometimes even news articles—come at you; they find you. And media that don’t are hardly found at all."


For years now, when people ask me, “How do you consume your news?” my answer has consistently been, “Twitter reads the news to me.”

The homepage is dead, and the social web has won—even at the New York Times (via johnborthwick)

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If you have one healthy recipe you could take with you to the ends of the earth, make sure it’s this one: Baked Salmon with celery, ginger and fennel (5 MINUTE PREP)

The french have been doing it for a long time, and it’s about time that you did too. This dinner is wonderfully healthy, stunning, and yet - it takes 5 minutes to prepare. What? Am I a food hack God? Sadly not, this is one of the few and far between recipes that produce spectacular results with little input (much like life). But here it is, in all it’s glory.

  1. Get a piece of baking paper and cut it into a circle. Fold it in half, and place the vegetables (I use thinly sliced fennel bulb, celery, dill, and ginger)
  2. Make sure your salmon has been kept in the fridge (not freezer) or at some idle defrosting state throughout the day! Add a little bit of soy sauce, sesame oil and white wine (and garlic if you like!) to the salmon. 
  3. Place the salmon on top of the vegetables, and fold the paper over making sure to very tightly secure the edges.
  4. Bake at 200 degrees celcius for 10-12 minutes, depending on how ‘done’ you like your salmon.
Put it onto a plate and let your guests/family cut through the paper themselves! The fragrance rises like steam once it’s cut and it’s an actual experience. If you have any more questions/clarifications feel free to ask me, but as an 18 year old teenager I can attest to the fact that this really is as simple as it looks. 
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steak and egg sandwich.

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"I never knew my father. But my mom bought me my first muscle car when I was 14."

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