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For Your Consideration

First, check out this video of the last 100 years of fashion in 1:40.  Funny, I like most of the fashion -- if you take out the 80s and 90s I might just wear most of these looks (well... maybe excluding the 60s, too, unless I was heading to a costume party).  

Second, this depressing article entitled "All read meat is bad for you, new study says".  Frankly, I am not surprised, but that doesn't mean I want to read all about it.  I love red meat!  

Third, if you are an iPhone user, take a look at this article on features and shortcuts for your iPhone.  I particularly think the tricks for taking photos are helpful.

Fourth, I don't often have trouble finishing a beer, but perhaps for the larger bottles this Hermetus Bottle Opener and Resealer seems like a very handy tool to have around.  Has anyone ever used one?

Fifth, there was an interesting piece in this week's NY Times about celebrity chefs using ghostwriters to write their cookbooks.  It caused quite a stir with Rachael Ray, who denied that she uses a ghostwriter.  I can't say that I am surprised to hear celebrity chefs don't always write their own recipes and books.

Finally, I think this infographic below about the Internet is fascinating.

Credit to MBA Online

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Reader Comments (1)

On the bottle sealer - I am in the same boat as you, Darcy - I rarely don't finish a bottle. But I'd like to know if this is a good item for champagne...Not that I have trouble finishing a bottle (with a friend, of course) but I like a way to keep it fresh in between glasses. My old family solution of a spoon in the mouth of the bottle weirdly seems to work well enough, but I'm always on the lookout for a better solution!

March 26, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJulie

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