Lunch in a Box is a helpful site with healthy tips and creative advice on creating your own Japanese-style bento box lunch.
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At Threadless, creative types submit t-shirt designs, you vote on them, and Threadless prints the best.
Lulu helps you publish and sell your book, and do it with style.
Etsy is the antithesis of mass-produced junk. With Etsy, you’ll find original, handmade goods for your purchasing pleasure.
You create, you buy. At CafePress, you can create your own store and sell shirts, mugs, or whatever (or buy them).
For the control freaks looking to customize down, Zazzle lets you create your own products, like tshirts, ties, and more.
Take control and organize your life with this blog.
An incredible online toolbox and showcase for user experience designers, Konigi offers tips and tricks from the wired wizards behind the best sites in cyberspace.
Independent game developers throw down their bit gauntlets for money and fame at this annual festival’s award competition in San Francisco.
This DIY memoir and personal narrative site allows you to spill your guts online without the hassle of a book deal.