Do you have Get-Into-The-Day tunes?
Meaning, tracks that help you blast off — with your first cup of Joe, or perhaps the moment you step out the door.
Doesn’t have to slap. Not every morning. But most weekdays, I’m looking for an audiophysical BOOST.
Today’s tune works in this way. It starts with a GALLOPING JANGLE for one minute, twenty seconds. Just to get your heart ticking. Then the band plays half-time for one minute, before picking it back up, cruising to the end.
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Led Zeppelin – “Song Remains The Same” youtube
The origins of policing in America youtube
“If the police are broken, when did they break? What year in American history did they break?”
‘Ripped the Band-Aid on some hard decisions’: How The New York Times is reshaping its ad business for a cookie-less world digiday
6.5m paid subscribers changes things!
Trump Wants to Discredit the Election. This Nerd Could Stop Him. nyt
Fox News will face enormous pressure to call the election for Mr. Trump. The outcome rests on a little-known 65-year-old wonk who will declare the winner.
Media Prepares To Fact Check Debates in Real Time axios
From live blogs to video chyrons and tweets, media companies are introducing new ways to fact check the presidential debates in real time this year.
How to Make the Most of Covid Winter bloomberg
Don’t write off the darkest season just yet. Even with colder weather and shorter days, it’s still possible to plan for pandemic-safe outdoor fun.
The Originals: Michel Gaubert, Fashion’s Go-To Music Director wmagazine
“Karl Lagerfeld once told me that what he likes the most about fashion is that when you look back at it, you know exactly when that was, because it looks of that time.”
Why It’s So Difficult to Abolish Sororities and Fraternities vox
Students are calling for an end to Greek life. That goes against some colleges’ financial interests.
Why Private Eyes Are Everywhere Now newyorker
Private investigators have been touted as an antidote to corruption and a force for transparency. But they’ve also become another weapon in the hands of corporate interests.
‘The Drug Became His Friend’: Pandemic Drives Hike in Opioid Deaths nyt
In the six months since Covid-19 brought the nation to a standstill, the opioid epidemic has taken a sharp turn for the worse.
Postal Service Workers Quietly Resist DeJoy’s Changes With Eye on Election wapo
Many USPS employees see recent cost-cutting changes that have slowed mail delivery as violating the spirit, if not the letter, of the law.
What Is Bohemian? bbc
The word "bohemian" is bandied about now, applied to everyone from Pete Doherty to Kate Moss, but what exactly is one?
As Its Closure Looms, New York Fashion Fans Look Back on Century 21 thecut
“Not every New Yorker was a Century shopper, but for the fraternal order of the young, broke, or merely bargain obsessed, it was a temple.”
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