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Bwoglines: Back from Break Edition

The first one off your iPod

Bwog isn’t quite ready for schoolwork yet and living in our parents’ house for a week has made us revert to childhood. Remember picture books? (The Atlantic)

Perhaps the end to all our intellectual ennui will come when we start paying attention in our Spanish classes. (NYT)

Or maybe we just need to live a little more on the edge. At least that’s what some bees are doing. (Wired)

These dictators have reminded it us that it’s time for a bit of spring cleaning…of our iPods, that is. (The New Republic)

 

 

 

No longer livin’ la vida loca via Wikimedia

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