Howcast Voted #2 in Time Magazine’s 50 Best Websites of 2008   4 comments

Howcast — the phenomenal website where my husband Paul is Supervising Producer was ranked #2 in Time Magazine’s 50 Best Websites of 2008. That’s quite amazing! And you can vote to keep it there by clicking here. No bias, but the site is informative and hilarious. (And they have some extremely talented people there like fellow author’s Heather McPherson, Edward McPherson and a Pizza costume.)

Sometimes Paul will excitedly screen a video for Violet and I and we just keep watching more videos, cause we can’t stop ourselves!

Her favorite is How to Make A Baby Headed Dancing Frog. Mine is How to Prevent Identity Theft though I also like this animated one How to Avoid Getting Sick on Amusement Park Rides because the character looks a little like my Paul.

When the site first went up, Violet would watch endless craft videos. One night I put on How to Fold An Origami Swan and went to fold laundry, when I came back she was glued to How to Make a Bearnaise Sauce.

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Posted June 16, 2008 by julieklam in Tooting

4 responses to “Howcast Voted #2 in Time Magazine’s 50 Best Websites of 2008

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  1. i like How to Outwit Carnies!

  2. That is a good one. But can we talk about how I managed to get 8 links into that posting? I should do a how to about that!

  3. I like the way Violet does everything in steps now and provides a running narration. ” Step one: take the crayon out of the box…”

  4. does she really? i’m going to start doing that too! That should go over really well in the cafeteria at work. Step one: put toast in toaster…Step two: wait….

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