Some interesting things from around the web this week...
- It made my week to see that I made the cut for this week's Street Style round-up on The New York Times style section for leather.
- In case you missed it, Google recently made some changes to their search algorithms, including removing keyword data from tracking tools such as Google Analytics. If you're a blogger, you won't want to miss this article on how Google's change affects bloggers by Erika Miller on IFB.
- And it seems that that wasn't the only thing Google changed recently; seems they've made some changes to how they handle photo uploads to Blogger blogs, particularly that the image quality has gone down. If your blog platform is Blogger, Ashley over at Peek & Ponder has solved the mystery of the low-quality photos and has the answer to the fix.
- I know you've probably already seen this hilarious video by the seriously winning duo Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake about our culture's overuse of hashtags. But whether or not you've already watched it, it's worth a watch right now.
- I'll admit, I've never actually done my groceries at Whole Foods. I've really only shopped their produce, juices, and hot bar so most of this article about "surviving" Whole Foods goes over my head, but I still had a good laugh reading it.
- Thinking about how different people see color has always been an interesting concept to me; do I see the color coral the same way you see the color coral? I suppose we will never know. However, my best friend Wendy shared this color IQ test where you can get a sense for how well you personally see color. I scored a 12 when I took the test. How about you?
- Finally, thanks to DailyBuzz Style for including me in this collection of stylish posts about pencil skirts.