Two men from Chelsea grapple with how to respond when they start receiving letters from kids addressed to Santa at their apartment. I’m pretty sure you know what happens next, but that doesn’t make it any less heartwarming.
What would you do if letters to Santa mysteriously started landing in your mailbox?
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Knowing that my view of last night’s total lunar eclipse was likely to be obscured by angry storm clouds, I opted to stay cozy indoors. If laziness, clouds or 13 feet of snow also got the better of you last night, all is not lost.
Luckily for you and I, plenty of ambitious photographers stayed [...]Continue Reading →
The findings from a recent study suggest that having a bit of sugar with your coffee might actually help your brain work more efficiently. Well, it worked for 40 subjects who participated in the study, anyway.
That’s it. I’m swapping out my morning coffee for a giant bowl of coffee ice cream.
Another [...]Continue Reading →
Longform.org, the home of content determined by the editors to be too long and too interesting for the Internet, has released their Best of 2010 collection. Ahh, there’s nothing I love more than hours of entertainment and enlightenment at my fingertips — plus its Instapaper-friendly formatting makes me happy to be an [...]Continue Reading →
Level 3 Communications, a major player in bringing you Netflix’s streaming movie service, has recently accused Comcast of threatening the free flow of information online.
Timothy Karr of SavetheInternet.com writes:
The New York Times reported last night that the cable giant has threatened to block access to the popular online movie service [...]Continue Reading →
Well, on your shirt anyway.
4th Amendment Wear has a new way for you to silently protest the stripping of your civil liberties as you’re virtually stripped by the big bad backscatter.
Emblazoned with the 4th Amendment, which protects individuals from unreasonable search and seizure, their line of shirts, socks, bras, and underwear [...]Continue Reading →