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Louis Futon delivers kaleidoscopic debut album, ‘Way Back When’

A cacophony of trumpets coalesces with the warm notes of a saxophone to pierce the silence on “The Beginning,” an attention-grabbing, aptly titled number that opens Louis Futon’s debut album, Way Back When. Inherently dynamic, Futon has long treated listeners to his forward thinking remixes, to place his own idiosyncratic spins on other artists’ offerings, like […]

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You Don’t Have to Maximize Every Part of Your Day 

Many of us are fascinated by routine—whether it’s making fun of a celebrity’s, well, ambitious schedule, or curating ours to maximize our time, there’s an entire sub-section of media devoted to detailing how “successful” people organize their days (in fact, those routines partially inspired Lifehacker’s Wake Up Week).Read more… Continue Reading at

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This Alarm App Makes You Take a (Good) Picture to Turn It Off

iOS, Android: I’m pretty sure Alarmy is evil, but perfect, because a good alarm clock should be two-parts irritating, one-part useful. You don’t want to hate your alarm clock whenever it wakes you up each morning, but a great alarm app shouldn’t be very easy to turn off (tempting you to you go back to […]

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Merriam-Webster Uses Apple Fans to Define ‘Sheeple’ 

Merriam-Webster’s dictionary has been flirting with the thin line between cheekily relevant and irritatingly attention seeking lately. The evolving compendium of the English language has garnered headlines recently with its social media swipes at the Trump administration. And now, the dictionary is trolling Apple fans…Read more… Continue Reading at

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