How to Fit Two Week of Luggage under the Airplane Seat in Front of You, via Lifehacker
Clever Coffee Dripper Brewing, via Coffee Cup News. “If you are looking for a new way to brew coffee with a low cost of entry the Clever Coffee Dripper is a great brew method to consider.”
Amazon Launches Imprint for Literary Fiction, via Mashable. “After launching imprints for lower brow (and frequently, better-selling) genres like fantasy and sci-fi, mysteries and thrillers, and romance, Amazon’s Publishing Group is establishing a seventh imprint for literary fiction, called Little A.”
A gorgeous set of Peter & Wendy/ Eleven & Amy parallels, in GIF form via Mary on Tumblr. They are completely magical.
The Huge Cost of India’s Discrimination Against Women, via The Atlantic
“Imagine a country where the most powerful political figure, two billionaires , three of the most dominant regional politicians, several prominent CEOs, and half of local government representatives are women. Now imagine that, in that same country, one-third of adult women are illiterate, spousal rape is not illegal, and sex-selective abortion and female infanticide are still widely practiced.”
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