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Collecting & listmaking
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Coming soon to theaters? Maybe not, but it’s double awesome nonetheless.
7 awesome links, just for you — exploding tacos, sandwich puzzles, butt sniffers and more!
Here’s something new: An essay by a guest bogger!
OK, I know I need to get back into a groove posting things here. So. This is a start: Check out these collections of shopping lists from the Netherlands!
Here’s a fun article by Mackenzie Dawson in today’s New York Post: Book inscriptions, grocery lists, Post-it notes — one man’s trash is truly another man’s treasure. Particularly if that man’s trash is really weird. For example, a dated photo that features an older woman standing proudly next to a …
“A crop of Web sites allows people to create and share lists on everything from a baby’s nap schedule to an action-figure collection. Following are five sites that aim to help people get organized.” This article also mentions a couple list-related books that are in the works, including mine!
Now that I’m pretty much done with my grocery lists book, maybe y’all can help out the cool folks at TO-DO LIST. They’re also putting a book together and the deadline for submissions is September 15. Head on over and send yours in!
“The place to share creative lists of every kind: wishlists, top tens, autobiographical, photo lists, favorites, to-do lists, and more!”
“The Museum of Beverage Containers and Advertising had its grand opening on Friday, April 3, 1987 in Millersville, Tennessee. Many hours were spent prior to the opening of the Museum in putting together the world’s largest collection of soda and beer cans along with an abundance of other memorabilia and …