Check it out: The New Yorker made a list of the 100 best lists of all time and our “The Ultimatest Grocery List” made the cut. Woot!
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Not much else to say besides, “HOLY COW.”
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!
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