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Recommended Reading: Instagram's influence on restaurants

Instagram Is Pushing Restaurants to Be Kitschy, Colorful and Irresistible to Photographers Casey Newton, The Verge It's no secret that Instagram is full of brunch pics and food porn, but restaurants have noticed the trend. The Verge details how food spots are catering to photo-happy eaters with interior design details, eye-catching spaces and the proper amount of light.

The New Proximity: Your endless supply of clients

This is easily the most valuable post I’ve written this year. It’s one of the most valuable I have ever shared with you. I strongly recommend you read it in full. How would you like an endless supply of clients? Moreover, how would you...Show More Summary

The Friday Blogaround

This blogaround brought to you by lamplight.Recommended Reading:Julia Serano: [Content Note: Transphobic narratives] On Transgender People and 'Biological Sex' MythsRagen Chastain: [CN: Fat hatred] Slate's Hiring Policy: No Fat Chicks?Shay...Show More Summary

Editors' Choice: 10 New Books We Recommend This Week

Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

Why Grover Pro is still the best podcast app for Windows 10

It's been a while since we talked about Grover Pro. And guess what? It's still the best podcast app on Windows 10. Grover Pro comes highly recommended by our own executive editor Daniel Rubino, and you can read all about it in his post from early 2016. Show More Summary

Weekend Reading: Joshua Micah Marshall (2002): Strange Victory

Joshua Micah Marshall (2002): "I really, really, really want to recommend a book to you. It's called Strange Victory: Hitler's Conquest of France and it's by Ernest R. May, a highly respected diplomatic historian... >...There are two reasons why this book is so good. Show More Summary

Pentagon ignores watchdog calls for $33.6 billion savings

The Department of Defense's failure to act on recommendations from its own watchdog may have cost $33.6 billion, a new report says. Read more...

The Monday Blogaround

This blogaround brought to you by oil paintings.Recommended Reading:Beth Van Schaack: State Department Office of Global Criminal Justice on the Chopping Block — Time to Save ItDr. Jen Gunter: GOOP's Misogynistic, Mansplaining Hit JobMarykate...Show More Summary

Our Net Neutrality Comments To The FCC: We Changed Our Mind, You Can Too

5 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Earlier today, we published Mike Godwin's excellent post about why why everyone should file a comment with the FCC about their views on net neutrality (and, again, we highly recommend reading Gigi Sohn's excellent advice on what to include in your comment if you do). Show More Summary

NBC News Site Offers ‘LGBTQ Books for Your Summer Reading List’

As major media organizations actively advance the normalization and celebration of the LGBTQ agenda,’s pro-LGBTQ propaganda arm “NBC OUT” recently published a list of LGBTQ book recommendations. The July 14 piece titled “15...Show More Summary

Monday assorted links

1. Which is the greatest Jane Austen novel? 2. The most joyless magazine Laura Barton has ever seen. 3. Summer reading lists, by politicians and professors. 4. Review of Beach Boys 1967 – Sunshine Tomorrow.  I recommend the release. 5. Show More Summary

Night Watch

Recommended Reading: Thomas Dylan Eaton on the Austrian writer Peter Handke. The post Night Watch appeared first on The Millions.

Review: Something Rotten! (Broadway in Chicago)

As national tours go, Something Rotten! is something splendid - a mindess but gleeful hoot-and-a-half. If you aren’t laughing five minutes in, you seriously need to lighten up. Highly Recommended! (read Catey Sullivan's entire review....)

Recommended Reading: Spotify's other playlist problem

Spotify Sweats Over Bandwidth Problem as Labels Vie for Playlist Spots Andy Gensler, Billboard Spotify was forced to defend itself against allegations it uses fake artists to cut costs last week, but the streaming service is facing another playlist problem. Show More Summary

Five For Friday #482 -- Art Party

Five For Friday #482: Julia Wertz wrote in earlier today (7/14/17) asking for comics recommendations as she's done making her latest comic and would like to read some comics. Can you help? Please recommend five comics for Julia, four of five from the last two years. 1. Show More Summary

The Survival of the Wealthy and Tardigrades: This Week’s Recommended Reading

Here at Flavorwire, we pride ourselves on not only publishing excellent writing, but also keeping an eye on other great work from around the web. This may be a predominantly arts/culture-centric website, but given the immediate gravity of U.S. politics, we’ve also been focusing this outward-looking post on indispensable political writing, as well as the […]

The Friday Blogaround

This blogaround brought to you by mint.Recommended Reading:Gabby Bess: [Content Note: Rape; war on agency; revictimization] Rape Victims Must Notify Their Rapist Before Getting an Abortion in ArkansasAndy Towle: [CN: Homophobia] Jeff...Show More Summary

Books you should read: The Bridge

A few weeks ago, Amazon’s crack marketing AI decided to recommend a few books for me. That AI must be getting better because instead of the latest special-edition Twilight books, I was greeted with this: “The asteroid was called the Hand of God when it hit.” That’s the first sentence of The Bridge, a new Sci-Fi book by Leonard Petracci. Show More Summary

Editors’ Choice: 10 New Books We Recommend This Week

Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

What Book Would You Recommend for Someone Who’s Never Read Science Fiction Before?

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Genre can be a polarizing subject. I've been drawn to fantasy and science fiction literature all my life, but I have friends who would rather read the dictionary than pick up a book with a spaceship on the cover. But sometimes, the right book can create a convert. Do you have a favorite for the uninitiated?

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