Daily Grind :: 10 Fresh from the Good Press
I fell down a rabbit hole of really bad TV from the 1980's while making this Daily Grind. About 3 hours later, I am grateful I survived. What a weird, manic yet magical decade that was. Maybe, an all 80's Daily Grind should be added to the queue. Hair care product makers had to make a killing back then. I maxed out today's Daily Grind with the 10 most interesting things I could find on the net today. We've got the best tv shows ever, a space station in free fall, new music from the talented Justin Peter Kinkel-Schuster, a product from Back to the Future comes to life, advice from "Wine Mom", Zuckerberg opening his fat wallet, a Last Drop that'll leave you sniffling, a tomb for your cell phone, North Korea's pathetic "internet" and a collection of stamps to die for.
100 Greatest TV Shows of All-Time
Rolling Stone polled actors, writers, producers, critics and showrunners to come up with a comprehensive list of the "100 Greatest TV Shows of All-Time". I'd bet my savings this one is not on the list:
Chinese officials have confirmed their 8-ton space station "Heavenly Palace" is likely to come crashing back down to Earth sometime in 2017.
My Name Is E.A.R.L.
Marty McFly's power lacing shoes have been brought to life in the form of Nike's HyperAdapt:
The U.K.'s Royal Mail is celebrating the 100th anniversary of Agatha Christie's first published work with a series of beautifully innovative stamps. Each stamp is an artful recreation of a key murder scene in one of her books.
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Smartphone addiction is a problem and is only getting worse. But if it was possible, would any of us really go so far as to lock it in a safe for set period of time?
A recent leak revealed North Korea only has 28 websites.
"Crap Rocket Ride of Parenthood"
Wine Mom rants on Judgy Parents.
Maybe Facebook Isn't ALL Bad
Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan pledged $3 billion to fight all diseases. The plan includes creating a bioscience research center, developing a chip to diagnose diseases and ways to monitor the bloodstream continuously.