Fashions, pranks and Oscars

February 20, 2008 8:52:53 PM PST
If you missed the struts down the catwalk during New York's Fashion week, no need to worry about being fashion challenged.

Marc Jacobs, Calvin Klein and Very Wang -- getting into their shows may be difficult for most of us, but now you don't have to worry about those high priced tickets thanks to myownrunway.com.

The site offers the latest details in fashion, including video of the newest and hottest fashion shows.

Crackberry

If you prefer gadgets to Gingham, try crackberry.com. Yes, that's crackberry.com.

The name meant to drive home the point that there are plenty out there who spend countless hours improving and updating the pocket sized communication tool.

The Website posts news, rumors and information in addition to an online mall for software, downloads and accessories.

Pre-Season Prank

Apparently Brett Myers has been taking cues from Ashton Kucsher. We first told you on Saturday how Kyle Kendrick was the victim of a preseason prank. Now it's on the front pages of viral video sites across the web.

Myers convinced Kendrick he was being traded to a Japanese team. You can see how it went down right here on 6abc.com.

Oscar Profit

Are you ready for the red carpet? That's right?Hollywood's version of the Super bowl is just days away. If you want to turn your Oscar predictions into a profit, log onto Oscars.com. That's where you'll find a game called Predict the Winners.

You scroll down through each award category and select your choice of winners. The grand prize in this contest is diamonds -- a set of earrings for the ladies and cufflinks for the guys. Both are worth up to six thousand dollars.

Even if you're not interested in the bling, it's a great way to have a little fun if you're planning an Oscar party.


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