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Read as Kem Meyer shares 7 marketing myths to stop believing.
Browse this list of the “Top 10 Most Nauseating Rip-Off 1980s Cartoons.”
See TOMS and Element teaming up.
See two museums, one for dummies and the other for signs.
Read about Mikhail Gorbachev’s album of romantic ballads being bought for $164,940.
R.I.P. Ed McMahon.
R.I.P. Farrah Fawcett.
R.I.P. Michael Jackson.
Make a blank bible.
Read as Ron Howard confirms the Arrested Development movie.
Read about Spike Jonze, David Cross and Will Arnett joining forces, to make Increasingly Poor Decisions.
Read as Paste proviles Jay Farrar.
Read Barna’s “Spiritual Profile of Homosexual Adults Provides Surprising Insights.”
Read about MuteMath’s new LP.
Read about Zhang Yimou Remaking the Coen Brothers’ Blood Simple.
Read about Steve Jobs’ liver transplant.
Read about Kodak discontinuing Kodachrome.
Read as Christianity Today considers “Why the arts matter even during a recession.”
Read about French President Sarkozy speaking out against burkas.
Read about M. Night Shyamalan considering ‘Unbreakable’ Sequel.
Read about the man caught trying to smuggle 250 tortoises.
Read about the autopsy revealing the cause of Jay Bennett’s death.
Read about the Census Bureau’s finding that “Exurban Growth Greater than Central Growth.”
Read as John Piper apologizes for being a jerk and explains why he doesn’t have a television and rarely goes to movies.
Get free paint while supplies last.
Read Pitchfork‘s review of the new album from Tortoise.
Read this survey of America’s megachurch goers.
Read as Paste catches up with Thurston Moore.
See the reverse graffiti project.
Read as Neue asks “When Does Relevance Become Irrelevant?”
Browse as PopMatters considers the most memorable albums of 1999.
Read about reading the online, graphic novel version of James Joyce’s Ulysses.
Read Michael Spencer’s SBC roundup.
Read Mary Mohler’s prayer for pastors’ wives.
Read Peggy Noonan’s thoughts on Twitter, Iran and revolutionary tools with baby names.
Read as Steve Earle talks about his tribute to Townes Van Zandt.
Browse as Paste lists the best music of the year (so far).
Read as PopMatters considers the continuing legacy of Uncle Tupelo.
Read as PopMatters reviews the new album from Wilco, Wilco (The Album), closing: “In the end, they may be their own worst enemy: they’ve not only set the bar unreasonably high for everyone else, but also for themselves.”