Pegged to the launch of her vegan cookbook, "The Kind Diet," Alicia Silverstone says her website, thekindlife.com, is "about living your healthiest and happiest life to the fullest, while taking care of mama Earth at the same time!"
As she eats the food and visits that places that make up her "kind life," she blogs and posts pictures of the experiences online.
The site covers "food," "health," "house," "style" and "environment," but also includes a forum for readers to talk to each other and to her.
If you want to speak to the new green goddess herself, you might want to check it out. From the looks of it, the actress is pretty active in the site's forum.
"The site is whatever you make of it; whether it's joining the many others who are on this same journey or simply visiting to gather information and other tips," Silverstone says on the site. "Whatever you need, you will find it here."
Onscreen, she's got street cred: An Oscar for "Shakespeare in Love," starring roles in critically acclaimed films such as "The Royal Tenenbaums" and "Proof." But on the Web, Gwyneth Paltrow's a kind of lifestyle maven -- Martha Stewart meets Oprah Winfrey -- and initially she got mixed reviews.
Paltrow's website, Goop.com, debuted last fall to a backlash.
First, there was the name, which sounds more appropriate for kids' finger paint than an adult-focused advice site.
Then, there was the issue that Paltrow's random musings are organized into sections with amorphous names like "Make," "Go," "Get," "Do," "Be" and "See."
Still, despite the rocky start, the celeb's site still appears to be going strong. Women around the world continue to receive the star's Thursday morning newsletter and turn to the site for the actress' latest finds.
She really doesn't have to do anything to retain her fame but show up at clubs in her hot minidress du jour. Lindsay Lohan's been a tabloid fixture for years, regardless of what acting/singing/nude modeling project she has on her plate.
But Lohan's also made waves with what she's doing on line.
When she started her MySpace blog in 2008, she dedicated a few posts to bashing former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.
Now that Lohan is in rehab, she has been pretty quiet online. But her MySpace page still hosts photos and comments from the star.