Be Warned - Geek girls (and other readers of the gentle female persuasion) may be excited after viewing the following notices of clothing on sale! Boyfriends and husbands should watch for signs of wallet fingering and wardrobe shuffling and muttering – “There’s no room i here - what can i throw out to make room for all these yummy clothes?” Spyjournal takes no responsibility for sudden increases in credit card limits.
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Madaboochoo are having a massive warehouse sale where you could win $5000* worth of new season designer clothing.
All you have to do to win this amazing prize is come along on the day of the sale and purchase any item of clothing.
*Please see the website for full terms and conditions of entry www.madaboochoo.com.au
Saturday 25th July, 2009- one day only.
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The Girl Geek Dinner Brisbane - Dinner 5 is on this week – and the girls are going to be doing guitar hero and more at the Microsoft Offices here in Brisbane. As usual Bronwen Zande from soul solutions is doing a stirling job organising it if her facebook entries are anything to go by!
They will be spoken to (in between bouts of guitar hero hilarity and girly giggling) by Tracey Whitelaw.
Tracy Whitelaw is a self-confessed geek and gadget girl who creates robot brains in her position as the Chief Knowledge Engineer at artificial intelligence company 'MyCyberTwin'. Based on the Gold Coast, Tracy works in an environment that delivers fully customised personalities and characters to a number of companies and businesses including NASA, AMP, NAB, PBL Media and others.
I’ve mentioned this site before, the Missy Confidential website. It is an awesome site for our Australian Readers to find themselves great bargains shopping for shoes, fashion clothing and accessories, lingerie, designer gear and cosmetics etc. They also have a blog, competitions and forums.
The Mom Blog Network is huge. The nest mom in the world – My wife Judith – has her blog connected to this site now. Feel free to subscribe to her cooking and craft tips and see the goss from inside our family life! or get it direct from her site at www.rasita.biz
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