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Least Healthiest Cities – #StumbleUpon

StumbleUpon is becoming the most useful ‘share link’ site around. The element of randomness that is built into both the website and app, by finding pages by chance, can be the inspiration that fuels a new idea. I can’t recommend it highly enough – excellent.

We stole a post from them!

StumbleUpon Blog looked at which cities were Stumbling content related to drinking and partying the most and the following cities topped the list:

Top Partying Cities
1. Boston, MA
2. Philadelphia, PA
3. Chicago, IL
4. San Diego, CA
5. New York, NY
6. Boulder, CO
7. Baltimore, MD
8. Washington D.C.
9. Pittsburgh, PA
10. Denver, CO

Top Healthiest Cities
The top ten healthiest cities according to their Stumbling habits are:
1. Miami, FL
2. Fort Lauderdale, FL
3. San Diego, CA
4. Boston, MA
5. Tucson, AZ
6. New York, NY
7. Las Vegas, NV
8. Sacramento, CA
9. Los Angeles, CA
10. Gainesville, FL
And let’s not leave out the least healthiest cities . . .

Least Healthiest Cities
The top ten least healthiest cities according to their Stumbling habits are:
1. Lincoln, NE
2. Dayton, OH
3. Cincinnati, OH
4. Lexington, KY
5. Columbia, SC
6. Springfield, MO
7. Saint Paul, MN
8. Cleveland, OH
9. Grand Rapids, MI
10. Athens, GA

Read more on their blog

StumbleUpon – Least Healthiest Cities

StumbleUpon is becoming the most useful ‘share link’ site around. The element of randomness that is built into both the website and app, by finding pages by chance, can be the inspiration that fuels a new idea. I can’t recommend it highly enough – excellent.

We stole a post from them!

StumbleUpon Blog looked at which cities were Stumbling content related to drinking and partying the most and the following cities topped the list:

Top Partying Cities
1. Boston, MA
2. Philadelphia, PA
3. Chicago, IL
4. San Diego, CA
5. New York, NY
6. Boulder, CO
7. Baltimore, MD
8. Washington D.C.
9. Pittsburgh, PA
10. Denver, CO

Top Healthiest Cities
The top ten healthiest cities according to their Stumbling habits are:
1. Miami, FL
2. Fort Lauderdale, FL
3. San Diego, CA
4. Boston, MA
5. Tucson, AZ
6. New York, NY
7. Las Vegas, NV
8. Sacramento, CA
9. Los Angeles, CA
10. Gainesville, FL
And let’s not leave out the least healthiest cities . . .

Least Healthiest Cities
The top ten least healthiest cities according to their Stumbling habits are:
1. Lincoln, NE
2. Dayton, OH
3. Cincinnati, OH
4. Lexington, KY
5. Columbia, SC
6. Springfield, MO
7. Saint Paul, MN
8. Cleveland, OH
9. Grand Rapids, MI
10. Athens, GA

Read more on their blog

Top 10 blog – #printmaking

Top 10 WordPress Printmaking blog

My printmaking WordPress blog Peter Bright is in the top 10 Art Blogs on Technorati

View from a train window

Views from a train window – Landscape painting Oil paint on canvas

This painting is in a private collection in Washington USA

…the experience of the landscape viewed in shorthand, the trick is to imply with the minimum of effort…

Unfortunately the majority of landscape art fails miserably.  However, ‘Lake Lucerne: the Bay of Uri from above Brunnen‘ circa 1844 (by Turner) is the ultimate painting of landscape and nature – it tells a massive story with very little content. This has been an important painting for me since the early 1970’s. I have always admired the New York Abstract Expressionists of the mid 20th century but when I first saw this painting by Turner…… my socks were blown off. It is without doubt a clever (maybe unfinished) conceptual landscape painting.

Peter Bright (aka This Window)

My #mailart at The Alabama Art Kitchen

Here is an image of mine that was exhibited at The Alabama Art Kitchen (An Art Collective) 2626 University Blvd. Tuscaloosa, AL 35401, USA, during February 2012.

The mission statement of the Alabama Art Kitchen is to provide studio space and equipment for local artists – as well as provide a venue for exhibitions, classes and workshops. They are committed to nurturing creativity, volunteerism and access to the art experience, to increase the interest and involvement of the local Tuscaloosa arts community.

The gallery is open from Thursday-Saturday 4-9 pm or by appointment and the space is open to members daily.

This Window