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… Read More »We’re on The New Yorker’s ‘100 Best Lists of all Time’
Collecting & listmaking
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!
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… Read More »Famous lost words: Finding art (and joy) in scraps of memory
“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… Read More »And ye shall know us by the lists we make
“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… Read More »Museum of Beverage Containers & Advertising
“My addiction to list-making began in college. When heading home for the weekend, I’d create an itinerary of what I wanted to do, from visiting… Read More »How do I love lists? Let me list the ways
“Admirable Collections around the ‘net“
“Throughout time, we have wondered who invented the wheel. We have glorified Edison for inventing the light bulb, Bell for the phone and Salk for… Read More »Here are the reasons why we hate having the to-do list