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We *Really* Want You To Be A Daily!

We refreshed and refreshed and never received your daily app! It’s okay. Between checking SSOL and picking apart Book Culture, you probably didn’t even have time to fill it out. But it’s Saturday now—no more excuses. We’ve decided to extend the deadline a week! Here’s the link to the application (you could do it while you’re in […]

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Bwoglines: Revised Expectations Edition

President Obama, in tomorrow’s State of the Union Address, is expected to discuss how he will be using executive action to circumvent a gridlocked Congress and further his goals of bridging the income-inequality gap. (AlJazeera America) Apparently SPAM (yeah, like that gelatinous pork stuff hipsters buy) is a rather classy holiday gift in Korea. Bwog […]

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