Announcing Give Me Air, a Cultural Website for When You’re Too Busy for the Web
Give Me Air is a new curated website linking to an ever changing selection of art, literature, music, photography, and humor.
May 1, 2012 — Give Me Air (www.givemeair.com), a new curated website delivering a daily dose of art, humor, literature, music, photography, and inspiration, provides a refreshing blast of creativity from around the Web to fuel your brain and fill your soul.
When you’ve only got a moment to come up for air, take a virtual walk to the Give Me Air coffee house, and let their baristas pour you a cup of culture. Give Me Air brings a fresh brew to the table each weekday, offering six destinations at one bookmark.
“Our baristas, all highly accomplished in their field, scour the Web for cool happenings, people, and ideas, so you don’t get lost in likes, shares, pins, diggs, stumbles, and plus ones, because you’re way too busy for that,” said Give Me Air Editor-in-Chief, Jennifer Karin. “And we link directly to the source, so no image or post is separated from its creator,” she added.
Give Me Air accepts submissions from artists, musicians, photographers, humor writers, and cool people with inspiring messages, ideas, or products. If you have a website, blog, or video, and would like to be considered for Give Me Air, please send an email to email@example.com.
Websites lucky enough to land the prized “Feature” will be eligible for the annual Best Brew award, selected by the Give Me Air baristas.
Give Me Air was conceived by writer Jennifer Karin (www.jenniferkarin.com) and designed by Jesse Hayes, Hayes Design Studios (www.hayesdesignstudios.com).
Public relations and advertising agencies are welcome to submit websites for consideration. “If you would like a website, blog, or video to be considered for a particular day, please state the date in your email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and provide our editors with at least two weeks notice. Because of the number of submissions we receive, we are unable to respond to every inquiry, but we’ll do our best.”
- Contact Information
- Jennifer Karin
- Editor in Chief
- Give Me Air
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