Three Great February 2012 Blog Posts To Read

Internet DJ

Playing the role of Internet DJ, here are three great blog posts worth reading.

1.) Pinterest is sweeping the nation. The two words or phrases people have used to describe their feelings towards it are “addicted to” and “obsessed with.” Inc. Magazine has a nice take on why Pinterest should matter to you. As a man, I’d be failing you if I didn’t tell you to also check out male-dominated upstarts Manteresting and Gentlemint.

2.) On November 19, 2004, the Indiana Pacers and the Detroit Pistons brawled in what is now known as “The Malice at the Palace.” Ron Artest, now inexplicably known as Metta World Peace, took the fight into the stands. It was one of the darkest days the NBA has ever seen, and Grantland.com has a thorough and brilliant oral history of what happened that day straight from the mouths of the participants.

3.) The Hollywood Reporter has a wonderful interview and article on Ted Turner. He revolutionized cable television, was once the largest landowner in the United States, and misses Jane Fonda. Worth the read.

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