Best of the Best

Unlike Halloween chocolates in the 80s, these delicious treats from across our network aren't filled with needles and laxatives

Emailed to Atlanta:PetPloyee Make your furry friend earn its keep with this just-launched web service, which lets you apply for available jobs on behalf of your pets (online modeling, promoting PetPloyee while walking your dog), as well as post resumes for them, and see which jobs they're most qualified for (Daschunds are great for hunting; German Shepherds for K-9 units). You can also search for local animal adoption services, in case Scraps just couldn't drop those lbs before the big shoot. There's no such thing as a free bowl of Purina; teach your pet the value of hard work

Emailed to Miami: New Makr Orlando leather wizard Makr's just put some new stuff out, including the Button Tote day bag (super sturdy cotton canvas with tanned cowhide accents, over-the-shoulder straps, and shorter handles), plus new wallets: some're updated with coveted Horween leather, and there's also a fresh flap wallet with thinner leather than the old model and a wax finish -- leaving you relieved that after 20 years, Ralph Macchio's finally found work. Isn't it time for a new wallet?

Emailed to Dallas: WhoDoYouKnowAt Recently unleashed in free base-level form by an ex-Dell/Oracle exec, Dallas-based Who@ uses "bank-level security" and a five-tier access system to give users wide selectivity over the revealing/concealment of their contacts' info, thus avoiding the overly public, orgiastic contact groping that's led true ballers to drop less discriminating sites entirely. Find out who you know at WhoDoYouKnowAt?

Emailed to Nation: Gent Supply Co. A spankin' new venture from the team behind a similar, super-successful chick-targeted web store, Gent's a man-stuff-only e-shop featuring a trove of constantly updated stylish, offbeat, and useful gadgets/gear/accessories to help you outfit your life with stuff so unique, it'll help distract people from the fact that you're not. Get free shipping on orders over $45 using code "THRILLIST" until tomorrow night

Emailed to Seattle: Friend Mosaic Launched in Seattle by a pizza maker and a woodworker, FM uses your Twitter followers' profile pics to create hypnotic mosaics of your own pic, which you can e-share, or stamp on customized t-shirts, hoodies, coffee mugs, etc. Note: it takes 2,000 followers to render a fully detailed mosaic without duplicates, so until you become more popular, you'll owe your looks to @mom and @dad. See if your face is fit for Twitter