V.25 No.9 | 03/03/2016
The Daily Word in women, Macedonia and the reinvention of the wheel
By Renee Chavez [ Wed Mar 9 2016 12:14 PM ]
International Women's Day was yesterday but check out these badass ladies.
This video is all you need to know about the presidential election.
Macedonia will no longer let migrants through its border with Greece.
New Mexico is not allowed to require proof of work for food benefits.
Rearranging letters is fun!
Lilly Wachowski has come out as trans.
One of the people running for president makes bacon by shooting a gun.
Someone reinvented the wheel.
V.20 No.28 |
Newsland is closing
Saddest thing I've heard all week
By Elise Kaplan, fearless intern [ Wed Jul 20 2011 12:35 PM ]
When I heard Newsland is closing on July 24, part of me died inside. The fight for print media will lose a valuable asset.
Newsland, across from UNM, opened in 1972 in a very different world. It was a world before the Internet, Kindle, iPads or smart phones. Owner Roger Walsh says business dropped off after the popularization of online media and declined even more in the past two years as the economy suffered. Walsh bought the store 29 years ago.
Sales no longer generate enough money to keep the store afloat, Walsh says. The most popular magazines he sells are Scientific American and Albuquerque the Magazine. I go for Harper's Magazine orJuxtapoz. Or to peruse the shelves looking for an obscure poetry journal to bring to Winnings and leaf through over a cup of coffee.
Newland's closure comes on the heels of the national liquidation of Borders by the end of September due to a lack of interested buyers. It's hard not to feel a little doomed.
Walsh says the store will receive credit from the publishers for any magazines they do not sell in the next couple days. He doesn't know what his next step will be, he says, but it would be nice to work for someone else and skip the long hours and responsibility of owning a business.
My next step will be to head on over, load up my arms with magazines and search for another venue half as good as Newsland.
V.20 No.4 |
The Daily Word 02.02.11: Another Snow Day, Medical Clowns, Free Porn
By Tom Nayder [ Wed Feb 2 2011 10:06 AM ]
The unrest in Egypt is continuing, even after Mubarak pledges to leave office.
Congressional Republicans are trying to redefine rape.
Teenage wolf pack members arrested in Pennsylvania.
Glenn Beck uses chalkboards to equate the uprising in Egypt to the beginning of the End Times.
What's the deal with all that free porn online?
It looks like Borders is nearing bankruptcy.
When am I gonna get my vat-grown hamburgers?
Zsa Zsa Gabor is near death. Goodbye
Apple is trying to take a bigger piece of all content sold on it's devices.
The best of sexual harassment stock photography.
Why didn't anyone tell me Dunkin' Donuts had new donuts?
Five things to do with your old laptop.
Original Robospanker for sale, only $500. Wait, what?
How to make your own Girl Scout Thin Mints.
Medical clowns (?) can help women get pregnant.
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