Thursday, November 12, 2015

You Can't Avoid The Kiss Cam

The Statistical Dominance Of Dr. Seuss, The Best Stories Of The Week: Castaways And Stolen Monasteries, How To Make Every Day Casual Friday, A Rare Look Inside New York City's Secretive Internet Data Centers, The Inevitable Death Of The Jumbotron, How One Black College Survived The Leap From Division I To Division II And Back Again
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Thursday, November 12, 2015
The Statistical Dominance Of Dr. Seuss
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The Statistical Dominance Of Dr. Seuss
priceonomics.com
Nearly twenty-five years after his death, Dr. Seuss continues to dominate the world of children's books to an astonishing degree.
THE LONG-READER'S DIGEST
The Best Stories Of The Week: Castaways And Stolen Monasteries
digg.com
That time in the early 20th century when robber barons imported medieval buildings from Europe to the US; the fisher who survived on a small boat in the Pacific Ocean for over a year; the Indian housekeeper used as an cover for one of the largest insider trading rackets of the 2000s; and more.
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How To Make Every Day Casual Friday
betabrand.com
What if we told you that there was a pair of sweatpants that looks exactly like dress pants and that you could wear them to the office? Okay, we're telling you that now.
TOTALLY TUBULAR
A Rare Look Inside New York City's Secretive Internet Data Centers
gizmodo.com
The data centers that run the internet are kept pretty secret, and for good reason: forget cyberattacks, a few well-placed hatchet swings could kill Snapchat worldwide. But photographer Peter Garritano recently managed to sneak inside.
SAVE OUR KISS CAM
The Inevitable Death Of The Jumbotron
sbnation.com
As decision makers in sports business realize that smartphones are permanent and evolving appendages of their customer base, the Jumbotron, in all its loud and delightfully tacky majesty, may be under threat.
INTENTIONAL GROUNDING
How One Black College Survived The Leap From Division I To Division II And Back Again
buzzfeed.com
The once-proud athletic department at Winston-Salem State tried to compete in big-time (and big-money) college sports — a rarity for an HBCU. When that backfired, the school returned to its roots and its former glory.
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NIGHT LIGHTS
Digg Pic Of The Day
​Indian children play with firecrackers during Diwali celebrations in New Delhi, India, Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2015. Diwali, the festival of lights, is one of Hinduism's most important festivals dedicated to the worship of Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth. Credit: AP Photo/Altaf Qadri
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