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In the inaugural installment of “Seems like a sport,” we examine the adventures of a Kentucky man who hid in a grocery store, ate approximately 10,000 calories after it closed, and camped out in the attic. Is this a sport?
Just as the possibility of doing what you love for a job risks turning that love into a chore, doing what you love during a difficult time risks illuminating the shortcomings of that thing you love because it cannot solve all—if any—of your problems. Today, a lot of us have been talking about Angelina Jolie’s NY Times editorial. In 2011, Nell Boeschenstein offered a very different take on the strange experience of recovering from preventative double mastectomy. (via wnycradiolab)
According to numerous sources, Mayer determined quickly in her research that the fast-growing content site, turbocharged by mountains of user-generated content, was just the kind of property that Yahoo needed to make it both “cool” and relevant to new audiences.
It’s been nice knowing all of you. Ugh.
There were no other competing bids, despite reports, to snap up the New York-based hipster blogging service. Kara Swisher needs to stop calling Tumblr a hipster blogging service. (Oh, and she says the deal was unanimously approved. On a side note, TechCrunch suggests that the reason why Tumblr accepted the lower deal is because many of their executives have departed in recent months.)
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