You Had Me at Dog


I could barely ignore an appearance of a new site called Inside a Dog, a new site from Victoria, Australia aimed at promoting youth reading and interesting in writing and those lovely old fashioned portable content devices called “books”.

But what a clever web theme (yes, I am biased)- that a program all the way in Australia will build it around a quip of a US comic. Gosh, over here, the equivalent program might be a drab acronym or something corny like “Reading 2.0”. When was the last time something here was built around an Aussie pop culture reference (aside from the crocodile hunter guy)?

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  1. And Crocodile Dundee and Outback…hmmm…that’s all about consumerism, too.

    We’re not big on using outside references, it seems. It’s even taken a long time for British euphemisms to be granted mainstream status.

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