Friday, January 16, 2015

Around the Web

I don't watch a ton of TV, but I have at times accidentally caught "In the Papers" on NY1. (NY1 is the default station on many NYC televisions.) When I first saw a news anchor literally reading newspaper headlines on TV, I thought it was a joke. It's not. And a handful of my friends actually enjoy watching (or is it hearing) the news this way. It's definitely not my cup of tea, but my take is: however you consume the news, do you. If more people are becoming informed because they can listen to someone else read the paper, all the power to them. Knowledge = power. 

Below is the Bound & Glossy version of In the Papers, dubbed "Around the Web." No, I'm not reading these articles out loud, although that could be a B&G video series in the making! In the meantime, enjoy some pieces I've curated. They caught my eye and perhaps these stories will be of interest to you, too.

Skipping meals can be beneficial.

Star moms are just like our moms.

Woody Allen signed on to do a TV series with Amazon. Oops?

Let's Get Drinks

The Lost Art of Free Time

When was the last time you were truly bored?

The Problem With Meaning


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