I'm in the process of consolidating my 1600+ 2 year archive.
I have lots of cupcake posts to write and photos to publish on Zen Cupcake. As a result of the 22 month long campaign of relentless computer hacking, blogging, once my passion, became an impossibility.
Let me extend my deepest apologies to each and every one of you who spared the time and cupcakes to meet with me for interviews and networking. I promise to catch up and publish all long overdue posts.
I may fall down but I promise you, I'm always the one left standing.
Mean people suck. Moreover, I am dealing with deeply troubling and troubled people. Law enforcement and the legal system is currently involved to protect and enforce my legal rights to be left alone.
What's a Makerbot? It's a 3D printer made from a DIY kit that prints out a three dimension design in maleable plastic. Of course, that's my ten cent version. You can read about it first hand on the Makerbot website. Using the same theory, one geek was inspired to turn Goldie into a frosting distributor for cupcakes. For some reason Geeks and cupcakes just seem to go hand-in-hand!
Georgetown Cupcakes Made Jimmy Fallon and staff "Cupcrazy" Photo from Jimmy Fallon website
Jimmy Fallon is no stranger to red velvet and frosting. Earlier, Georgetown Cupcakes shipped a box of their incredible cupcakes to Fallon's New York studio. The resulting cupcake orgy was captured on film. Some staffers began screaming; one had a seizure. A script girl was quoted as "having seen the face of God." The photos are worth a thousand words. We all know the feeling. Been there, ate the cupcake. CUPCAKE.ZEN