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A Short History of Rakes, and Why You Should Think Twice About Using Them

But what do you do with leaves once they're on the ground? (Photo: Cristian Bortes/CC BY 2.0) A version of this post originally appeared on Tedium, a twice-weekly newsletter that hunts for the end of the long tail. People are unhealthily...Show More Summary

The History of GeoWorks, Microsoft Windows' Upstart '90s Competitor

A Commodore 64 computer. (Photo: Luca Boldrini/CC BY 2.0) A version of this post originally appeared on Tedium, a twice-weekly newsletter that hunts for the end of the long tail. Back in the early '90s, it wasn't a sure thing that Microsoft...Show More Summary

The Controversial History of Letterboxing for Movies on Your TV

Letterboxing. (Photo: Todd Baker/CC BY2.0) A version of this post originally appeared on Tedium, a twice-weekly newsletter that hunts for the end of the long tail. Taking an experience like going to the movies and converting it to your...Show More Summary

Get Serious About Self-Care: 8 Questions You Must Ask Yourself!

These days, you can read about "self-care" almost anywhere. Advertisers are always offering to help us achieve it. Office newsletters keep warning us about the healthcare costs associated with not doing it and photos of Mani/Pedis fill our Instagram pages with it as a hashtag. Show More Summary

When America's Most Notorious Lobbyist Produced a Dolph Lundgren Film

Lundgren in Red Scorpion. (Photo: YouTube) A version of this post originally appeared on Tedium, a twice-weekly newsletter that hunts for the end of the long tail. No matter how many redemption tours he goes on, Jack Abramoff remains...Show More Summary

Gooseberry Playlot Community Meeting

Gooseberry Park photo courtesy of Google Streetview From Ald. Cappleman's recent weekly newsletter:"When: Thursday, April 14 at 7pm Where: Chase Park at 4701 N. AshlandThe Park Advisory Council is hosting a community meeting to discuss ideas for improving the play lot. Interested neighbors are encouraged to attend."Gooseberry Playlot is located at 4648 N Malden, near Leland.

How Breakfast Cereal Evolves Across Borders

Strawberry frosted mini-wheats. (Photo: Jeremy Jenum/CC BY 2.0) A version of this post originally appeared on the Tedium newsletter. Cereal is basically the perfect food, in my opinion, especially in Life form. Simple to make, easy to...Show More Summary

Hell yeah, look at Jimbo Fisher's truck

Good morning! This is the Read Option, your daily college football newsletter. Sign up for this in your inbox! It's the offseason, so I don't have a better headliner for you today than this photo of Jimbo Fisher's Chevy Silverado. Jimbo...Show More Summary

The Monday Slatest Newsletter

2 months agoNews : Slate: The Slatest

President Obama met Raul Castro in Havana—the first time leaders of the U.S. and Cuba have met on Cuban soil since 1928. Before the meeting Obama stood in front of a giant drawing of Che Guevara, making for an unusual photo op; some 50 dissidents were reportedly arrested hours before Obama's arrival in the country on Sunday. Show More Summary

A Brief History of Rock Stars Destroying Guitars

A damaged guitar. (Photo: Jmann7702/Public Domain) A version of this post originally appeared on the Tedium newsletter. It's not often that we get to say, "Poor Bryan Adams," but a recent experience he dealt with at an Egyptian airport...Show More Summary

The Rise of Police Tape, And Why We Ignore Warning Signs

Where do warning signs come from, and do they work? (Photo: Robert Couse-Baker/CC BY 2.0) A version of this post originally appeared on the Tedium newsletter. On a daily basis, we're surrounded by warning signs of varying shapes, sizes,...Show More Summary

Lena Dunham is done getting photoshopped

In today’s Lenny newsletter, co-founder Lena Dunham made a statement: She won’t let magazines retouch photos of her anymore. The decision comes on the heels of a back-and-forth with Spanish language magazine Tentaciones, which ran a three-year-old old photo of Dunham on its cover. The “Girls” creator felt like the photo didn’t look at all […]

Thomas Jefferson's Dream to Rid the Oceans of Salt

The Port Stanvac desalination plant in South Australia. (Photo: Vmenkov/CC BY-SA 3.0) A version of this post originally appeared on the Tedium newsletter. Salt is a great substance, and one that deserves an important place in our culture. But...Show More Summary

The Forgotten History of the CD-ROM Magazine

For a brief, shining moment, CD-ROM magazines were seen as the next frontier in publishing. (Photo: dorrie/shutterstock.com) A version of this post originally appeared on the Tedium newsletter. The promise of multimedia technology led...Show More Summary

Karyn's Sends Hospital Photos And Detox Promo To Customers After Car Crash

Karyn's newsletter says Karyn Calabrese was in a car accident in January, and leads with photos of her bruised in a hospital bed and the headline "Karyn is Alive"... right before offering a discount on detox classes. [ more › ]

The Curious Reasons Why Barber Shops Don't Take Credit Cards

A barber shop pole. (Photo: George P. Choma/flickr) A version of this post originally appeared on the Tedium newsletter. If you find yourself in a mom-and-pop barber shop or hair salon of any kind, you might find a common (but annoying)...Show More Summary

Shaun White: The Most Unholy Snowboarder Ever

Photo: Jason DeFillippo “My parents never really told me I couldn’t do anything.” – Shaun White This particular episode comes from a fun event — my first live podcast at the iconic Troubadour in L.A. It sold out through my newsletter in 30 minutes, so thanks to all of you who came. If you haven’t […]

In Greenland, A Popular Record is Owned by 1 Out of Every 12 People

Members of the band Sumé, featured in the German doc, Sumé—The Sound of a Revolution. (Photo: Courtesy of Mindjazz Pictures) A version of this post originally appeared on the Tedium newsletter. What does your pop culture look like when...Show More Summary

Best Coast's Bethany Cosentino Pens Essay on Sexism and the Music Industry

Photo via Best Coast's Instagram Best Coast's Bethany Cosentino has penned an essay on sexism and the music industry for "Lenny Letter," the newsletter from Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner. In it, Cosentino discusses her experiences with...Show More Summary

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