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From the Internets: April 4th

Long time no see, From the Internets!

I’m going to be busy with a conference for the next couple of days, so I figured I would kick off the weekend early with a long due roundup of fun reads:

Going to New York or live in the New York area and looking for cheap things to do? And Then We Saved has put together a roundup of activities that can be done in New York in a weekend for less than $100.

A group of students from Miami Ad School are hoping to create a library that could be accessed from smartphones while on the subway. A library underground? Sign me up!

In scary, student loan related news, some parents who have co-signed student loans are taking out life insurance policies on their children, so that they won’t be burdened with the debt if their children suddenly die.

While March Madness is still going on, Bucknell, my alma mater, is out of the tourney. However, if you’re interested in gaining insight into the team, apparently “Bucknell problems” are “nerd stuff.” Have you read anything I’ve written? There should be no surprise there.

As it tends to do, the Onion makes a poignant point about following our passions. First, figure out what your passion is. Then, only spend time on it during nights and weekends for the rest of your life. Seems a little backwards, huh?

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