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Listen: The PutBacks - “Kung Fu Pyramids”

Morse code travels the crusted wire grounded on the seabed. The wire coils like a snake, recoils, winds and unwinds, shifts directions. The code travels slower than a message in a bottle. Once that code is "dropped in the mail," who knows where it will end up?

The Check’s in the Mail: An Action Plan for Late Paying Customers

If your delinquent customers know you mean business, they'll be less likely to try to skirt payments in the future. Here's how to deal with the five most common late payment situations or excuses. The post The Check’s in the Mail: An...Show More Summary

8-year-old Hawks fan devises the perfect plan to stop LeBron James

Coaches will use any advantage they can get. From hours of film work to strict superstitions, if they think it will help win games, they will do it. All Mike Budenholzer needs to do for an advantage is open his mail because Eli, an 8-year-old...Show More Summary

WATCH: Kansas Church Targeted by Antigay Threats, Vandalism

The First Metropolitan Community Church of Wichita, Kan., has had a difficult year, with threats to its pastor by phone and mail, plus vandalism that has seen windows knocked out 84 times. The threats began after court rulings brought marriage equality to parts of Kansas in November 2014, Pastor Jackie Carter told Wichita TV station KAKE. Show More Summary

Moroccan woman mistaken as jihadi in bath pic

A Moroccan woman says that the Daily Mail and other news outlets used an image of her seminude, mistaking her for Hasna Ait Boulahcen.

Cristiano Ronaldo promises to run more in clear-the-air talks with Rafa Benitez [Mail]

Cristiano Ronaldo has promised to run more for Real Madrid after clear the air talks with manager Rafa Benitez, according to a report by the Daily Mail. Benitez held the meeting after the battering at the weekend at the hands of Barcelona. Show More Summary

A Pregnant Meteorologist Is Being Bullied by Viewers Who Don't Like Her Wardrobe Choices

Cindy Morgan is not the first meteorologist to receive hate mail about her pregnancy, but she may be taking one of the boldest stands against it - and she has the full support of her network behind her. The Minnesota meteorologist is pregnant and proud of her daughter's impending arrival. Show More Summary

IN THE MAIL: From E. N. McMahon’s Fly By Night. Plus, today only at Amazon: Over 35% Off Selec…

IN THE MAIL: From E. N. McMahon’s Fly By Night. Plus, today only at Amazon: Over 35% Off Select Blue Microphones. And, also today only: Silhouette Cameo Starter Bundle, $149.99 (48% off). Plus: Up to 50% Off “Just Dance 2016? and “Just Dance Disney Party 2.”

Stich Fix vs. Le Tote: Which Subscription Clothing Service Is Worth The Cost?

Le Tote and Stich Fix offer a personalized clothes-shopping experience by mail. Their personal stylists will help design your look, and you can try on everything in the comfort of your home. But are they worth the extra cost? Stich Fix vs. Le Tote: Which Subscription Clothing Service Is Worth The Cost? appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.

uCella upsizes the connected mailbox for online shoppers

In the last few years we've seen a succession of connected letterboxes designed to modernize your mail by tracking incoming deliveries. But as the amount of shopping being done online continues to grow, so too does the size of the packages we need our mailboxes to regularly handle. Show More Summary

German Publisher Sues Developer Behind Blockr Ad Blocking App

It isn’t surprising that many websites and companies aren’t a fan of ad blocking software. Recently Yahoo Mail has begun to lock users out of their accounts if the website detects that the user has an ad block extension installed on their computer. Show More Summary

No explosives found in U.S.-bound parcels at Cairo airport: DHL

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some parcels at Cairo airport being shipped to the United States by express mail service DHL that were flagged by the company for further checks were found by Egyptian officials to contain no explosives, a DHL spokeswoman said on Tuesday.

Credit card companies have sent out 3.2 billion pieces of mail this year, and that's not even close to the record

Credit card companies are flooding mailboxes this year, but it's a lot less than it used to be. According to a note from Moshe Orenbuch at Credit Suisse, the major card companies sent out 372 million mailers during the month of October. Combined for the first 10 months of 2015, there have been 3.2 billion pieces of credit card related mail go out. Show More Summary

Yahoo upsets users by shutting out some customers who use ad blockers

Late last week, some Yahoo Mail users encountered a problem: They couldn’t get into their email accounts.When they tried to sign into the service, they were greeted with the message: “Uh oh… We are unable to display Yahoo Mail. Please disable Ad Blocker to continue using Yahoo Mail.”The Sunnyvale,...

Where do your taxes go? This month, U.K. citizens get the answer in the mail.

This month, more than 20 million households in the United Kingdom will open their mailboxes to a rather unusual letter: an individualized, item-by-item tally of how the U.K. government spent their tax money in the past year. For example, the U.K. government currently spends around 20 percent of its budget on health. So a household […]

Richard Russell: The Passing of an Icon

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Richard Lion Russell on Saturday, November 21. Richard wrote for Dow Theory Letters almost every day of his adult life, mailing the letter out faithfully every ten days to three weeks beginning in 1958...

The Ten Most Bizarre Shipping Methods 

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In some parts of the world, those 30+ year-old Grumman LLVs just don’t do the trick. That’s where these ten bizarre modes of shipping mail (and cars, and planes, and other ships) come in handy. Read more...

IN THE MAIL: From Gary Gerstle, Liberty and Coercion: The Paradox of American Government from the F…

IN THE MAIL: From Gary Gerstle, Liberty and Coercion: The Paradox of American Government from the Founding to the Present. Plus, today only at Amazon: Anker Compact Car Jump Starter and Portable Charger Power Bank, $49.99. And, also today only: 50% Off VTech Smart Watches. Plus: Save $20 on Need for Speed.

Josh Duggar Sells ‘Dream Home’ To Mystery LLC Days Before Adult Film Star Star Sex Pal Comes Forward: Was The Sale Legal? [Video]

Josh Duggar has sold his “dream home” in a suspicious transaction that has both Duggar fans and detractors scratching their heads. According to the Daily Mail, the home in Siloam Springs, Arkansas was sold just days prior to reports that Josh had sex with adult film star Danica Dillon. Show More Summary

The Power of Gun Porn

For some reason, I occasionally receive glossy 16-page “rare and collectible” firearms auction catalogs in the mail. The guns shown are so pricey that they don’t even bother listing estimated values, although you can make a good guess if you dig around online. Show More Summary

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