The first clothes I remember coveting were from the Limited Too. This is the old Limited Too before they became a preteen technicolor nightmare and before they were bought out by Tween Brands (really) and then converted into the cheaper and hilariously-named brand Justice. I was fuzzy on the details about how exactly Limited Too came to be the key to my fashion heart, so I called my mom.
Mental Floss has a list of the 10 best-selling infomercial products and from the list, here’s what my family has bought through the year
We’ll have an interview with the director sometime soon (mostly to talk about money stuff), but I just wanted to put it out there that this film is worth watching and is only a measly $5. You can buy it here. And, hey, if you buy it and end up not liking it, I’ll personally write and mail you a letter of apology. But I won’t have to do it because the film is fun and good and an affordable way to stay in for a night if you’re looking for something to watch.
I own eight of the same white Oxford shirts, five pairs of the same Levi’s jeans, and always have two pairs of Jack Purcells in my closet.
Today is “Free Cone Day” at Ben & Jerry’s locations across the country, and Brad Tuttle examines what’s in it for businesses when the give something away for free.
Jon Wilkins, an evolutionary biologist, considers why megachains like Starbucks offer customers unlimited free Wi-Fi (after offering limited access in the past), and if it’d be smart for local, independent shops to consider offering the same amenities (yes, he says).
Matthew Yglesias went shopping in a Walgreens in Washington D.C., and boy is he impressed.
But why, asks Foreign Policy‘s War of Ideas blog, is coffee pretty much the only thing Americans buy “free trade”?