If you’re not familiar with the concept; I collect and post links that, for whatever reason, caught my interest. You browse said links and we all find enlightenment. Or something like that.
Visit our family blog: “The Thomas Ten.”
Read about Apple’s possible entry into the wireless market.
See a portrait of Putin by a Ukrainian artist from 5,000 shell casings from the separatist east.
Ever wonder why you have to poop at bookstores (apparently this is a real thing)?
Ever wonder if you could make money selling your poop (apparently this is also a real thing)?
Read about the pop-up Pantone cafe offering Pantone coordinated snacks.
See the Runcible, a new minimalist cell phone that wants to be an heirloom piece.
Read about “The Origin Of “Piss Poor” And Other Popular Sayings”.
Read the Atlantic‘s piece: “The Covert World of People Trying to Edit Wikipedia—for Pay.”
Read about the Canadian who set the “Beer Mile World Record,” eh.
Read about the guy who refuses to mow his lawn, saying: “Instead of putting nature in its place, we need to find our place in nature.”
Read Paste‘s report that Bill Murray is confirmed to make a cameo appearance in the new Ghostbusters reboot.
R.I.P. Rowdy Roddy Piper.
R.I.P. Columbia House.
Read about the hitchhiking robot who made it all over Europe but was killed in America.
Read Paste‘s report that William Shakespeare smoked marijuana.
Read FACT‘s report that David Lynch is set to record the new season of Twin Peaks as one continuous movie and then edit into episodes.
Watch the new Homestar Runner short: “Flash is Dead”.
Read the Atlantic‘s piece pondering “Why the pressure to achieve academically is an impediment to the learning process.”
See everyday objects re-made with human guts.
Read as the AV Club wonders why “Why 35 screenwriters worked on The Flintstones movie” and it still stunk.
As many people reflect on a year without Robin Williams, read Time‘s piece: “Why the Funniest People Are Sometimes the Saddest”
Browse “Relevant”‘s list of 10 Fall television shows to be excited about.
Read about Seattle’s move to tax firearms and ammunition.
Read as NPR wonders: “Would Voters Entrust The White House To An Atheist?”
Read the NY Post‘s report that the Mets have already begun selling playoff tickets. Too soon?
Read as “Michael Jordan says There’s ‘No Question’ He Could Have Beaten LeBron James One-On-One.” Thoughts?
Read an interview with the 19-year old Fall Out Boy fan who stood between police and Ferguson protesters.
Browse NME‘s list of “30 Of The Greatest Ever Second Albums .”
Learn these “9 Habits of People Who Are Always on Time”.
Find out “What Your Name Says About You”.
Browse Mental Floss‘ list of “15 Movies That Were Turned Into TV Shows”.
Read PRI‘s piece: “What happens when the dictionary is just a website?”
See “The Stunning Geography of Incarceration”.
Read The Atlantic‘s piece: “Essential Oils Might Be the New Antibiotics”.
Browse Paste‘s list of “7 Sorely Missed Cereals from the Early ‘90s”.
Download two high-quality, recent Chris Forsyth shows.
Browse Phoenix New Times’ list of the “10 Coolest Churches in Metro Phoenix”.
Read about the five-year old who received an invoice for missing a friend’s birthday party.
Read FACT‘s report: “Kurt Cobain solo album set for November release”.
Browse Paste‘s list of “The 10 Biggest Rebrands of 2014”.
Read as the Atlantic wonders why so many of us hate talking on the phone.
Browse Flavorwire‘s list of “50 Books Guaranteed to Make You More Interesting”.
Browse BoingBoing‘s “Great list of classic ambient albums.”
Ever Wonder “Why didn’t people smile in old photos?“