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So long Tuesday Ten, hello Strands of Genius! 

It’s still an email in your inbox each week that covers off on a few things you should be paying attention to online. But there’s a new name and a cleaner design! If you were on the list for the Tuesday Ten, there’s no need to resubscribe. Just now catching on to the awesome? Head on over to StrandsOfGenius.com or subscribe now

Tuesday Ten : October 22

Hope you’re working on your Halloween costume, because it’s going to be hard to beat Neil Patrick Harris and his family

The Ten:

1. The man who forgot everything.
2. Bat-Dad, the superhero we need.
3. There’s more than one right answer.
4. Chuck Palahniuk or Cards Against Humanity?
5. A kickass, interactive resume. 
6. Rose-tinted China: The view from North Korean propagandist painters.
7. A father photographs the world of his autistic son.
8. Laying your boobs on things for breast cancer awareness is the next big thing.
9. The best-kept travel tip: memory hacking.
10. Sad Etsy boyfriends.

Cheers,
rosie



Where in the world is Rosie 
// Typing from Little Rock, AR & Nashville, TN

Tuesday Ten : October 15

The Ten:

1. AriZona Iced Tea’s open letter to Miley Cyrus.
2. The 50 most powerful women in business. (+ CNN’s profile on Sheryl Sandberg, who came in at #5.)
3. TED talks are lying to you.
4. 8 (college) degrees with the worst return on investment. 
5. Our killer appears to be a millennial.
6. How to prototype for success, power and unlimited riches.
7. Drive your friends crazy with this infinite text-in-progress GIF.
8. Why we cry on planes.
9. Literary fiction makes you a better person.
10. How to lose a half trillion Euros.

Cheers,
rosie



Where in the world is Rosie 
// Typing from Nashville, TN

Tuesday Ten : October 8

Apparently it’s Fall, though Nashville and Vegas have yet to get the memo! On that note, if you’re a dude and looking for some Fall Fashion tips, my friend Gabe (who also happens to work at GiltMan) shared his best with Time Out New York.

The Ten:

1. Automatic Checkouts: Humans (1) vs. Robots (0).
2. How the freaky octopus can help us understand the human brain.
3. Friends without benefits: What Facebook, Twitter, Tinder, Instagram and internet porn are doing to America’s teenage girls.
4. An online tracker showing how much congress is getting paid during the government shutdown. 
5. How the FAA finally caught up to an always-on society. (Here’s to reading Kindles during take off and landing!)
6. FBI arrests 29 year old mastermind of billion dollar internet drug black-market: Silk Road. (+ Not familiar with Silk Road? Here’s a 101 from GQ.)
7. How consumers watch video: An infographic.
8. Mugged by a mugshot online. 
9. Airbnb’s woes show how far the sharing economy has come.
10. Lady manes and American Apparel’s new vagina t-shirt. (NSFW)

Cheers,
rosie



Where in the world is Rosie 
// Typing from Las Vegas, NV

Tuesday Ten : October 1

We’re baaaaack! And we missed you. Last Tuesday was so lonely without you. So here, dear readers, are some amazingly awesome links to make up for lost time. See you next week!

The Ten:

1. If rappers were copywriters. (+ How to manage client feedback.)
2. Which insane inventions could change the future?
3. Noah, the short film that takes place entirely on a teenager’s computer. (+ How a relationship dies on Facebook.)
4. This may be the coolest way to quit your job.
5. Trading privilege for privation, family hits a nerve in South Africa. (+ Their blog, Mamelodi for a Month.)
6. Absolutely everything you need to know about how the government shutdown will work. (Today’s the day…)
7. The mistake busy people make. 
8. Today I’m either 2,718th or 1st. It’s up to the hackers. 
9. 100 rules for being an entrepreneur - AKA - Some great work life tips from James Altucher.
10. 21 cooking tips that will change your life. 

Cheers,
rosie



Where in the world is Rosie 
// Typing from Nashville, TN

Tuesday Ten : September 17

Next Tuesday we’ll be offline, but back again October 1! See you then :)

The Ten:

1. The habits of supremely happy people.
2. Crowd Grant: a charity raffle. 
3. MAKEWAY: a guide to artisanal innovation.
4. The fare up there: In defense of airline food.
5. The brilliant minds behind Chipotle’s haunting ad/short film The Scarecrow.
6. Why Generation Y yuppies are unhappy.
7. TrueMove’s Giving. (Another “ad” that more closely resembles a short film. One that you’ll want to watch.)
8. Vintage crime scene photographs superimposed on modern NY streets. (Warning: Graphic)
9. How Chris McCandless (from Into the Wild) died. 
10. Man sees wife for the first time after hernia surgery.


Cheers,
rosie



Where in the world is Rosie 
// Typing from Vang Vieng & Vientiane, Laos. (She & Faris are writing about their travels at http://ExploringAPAC.tumblr.com)

Tuesday Ten : September 10

If you haven’t noticed, for the past 5-6 months, Faris and I have been scratching the travel itch by touring a bit of Europe, SE Asia, Singapore and Australia. But come the end of September, we have weddings to attend and will be back stateside for a bit.

While we’ve been traveling we’ve taken on projects remotely, consulting with brands and agencies to help with digital/social strategy, ideation, innovation workshops and inspiration sessions (aka speaking gigs.) It’s been fun having beach shacks act as offices, but I’m excited about the land of fast wi-fi stateside ;) We’ll also have a bit more time on our hands and will consider taking on new projects if the timing and fit feels right. So on that note, if you/your company/your team have a project coming up where you think there could be a fit to collaborate, please do get in touch - we’d love to hear from you! 

The Ten:

1. Collaborating with a four-year-old. (+ Turning trash into treasure.)
2. 9 questions about Syria you were too embarrassed to ask.
3. The way of all flesh: Undercover in an industrial slaughterhouse.
4. The crazy story of how “Clue” went from forgotten flop to cult triumph.
5. Why Yahoo’s 30 logos in 30 days campaign is actually brilliant rebranding.
6. 20 relationship tips from a divorced man. (+ Thoughts on choosing love.)
7. The fiercest one-liners in history.
8. Why embracing change is the key to happiness.
9. How to craft a caesar salad and not settle for less in life.
10. Get Lucky - Mario Brothers cover.


Cheers,
rosie



Where in the world is Rosie 
// Typing from Luang Prabang, Laos. (She & Faris are writing about their travels at http://ExploringAPAC.tumblr.com)

Tuesday Ten : September 3

Here we go… Or if you’re in need of a hipster business idea, click here first.

The Ten:

1. The God of SNL will see you now. 
2. No thanks. Stop saying “support the troops.” (It’s not what you think. Unless you think it is what it is.)
3. What rhymes with hug me? 
4. I outsourced all my mundane tasks to India. It was a disaster.
5. Retronaut: See the past like you wouldn’t believe.
6. Widower submits a song about his wife of 73 hears to a songwriting contest.
7. The ultimate cheat sheet for starting and running your own business.
8. 101 everyday ways for men to be allies to women.
9. Welcome to Night Vale the #1 podcast on iTunes you didn’t know existed.
10. Contradictions of The Holy Bible visualized

Cheers,
rosie



Where in the world is Rosie 
// Typing from Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, Koh Tao. (She & Faris are writing about their travels at http://ExploringAPAC.tumblr.com)

Tuesday Ten : August 27

Oops. Just when I thought wifi was everywhere, I ended up on a tiny island in Malaysia that wasn’t catering to my digital needs. But we’re back in service!

The Ten:

1. My Last Days: Zach Sobiech.
2. Seattle police give bags of Doritos to pot-smoking festival goers.
3. An argument for killing big strategy.
4. The new(er) South - An essay by Patterson Hood.
5. 40 maps that explain the world. (+ The Righteous Mind.)
6. An American coach in London.
7. Dining past the expiration date.
8. Madeleine odor camera captures scents
9. The real, unspoken problem with timesheets.
10. Dancers among us.

Cheers,
rosie



Where in the world is Rosie 
// Typing from Kuala Lampur & Perhentian Islands. (She & Faris are writing about their travels at http://ExploringAPAC.tumblr.com)

Tuesday Ten : August 13

Without intention, it’s quite an artsy week. Stimulate your creative side and read on!

The Ten:

1. SeaWorld vs. the whale that killed its trainer. (+ Blackfish, the movie.)
2. Will Foursquare’s CEO Dennis Crowley finally get it right?
3. Your flight’s delayed: 11 ways to get home faster.
4. Why home cooking from strangers may be the next big thing.
5. We think alone: An art project featuring emails from people you’d (probably) like to know.
6. 10 simple, science-backed ways to be happier today.
7. 40 days of dating: A project documenting good friends deciding to date (each other).
8. 6 lessons from Samsung’s partnership with Jay-Z.
9. This is why you’re not sleeping right
10. Advice to graduates - or really anyone - from George Saunders.
 

Cheers,
rosie



Where in the world is Rosie 
// Typing from Gili T, Gili Air & Bali. (She & Faris are writing about their travels at http://ExploringAPAC.tumblr.com)

Tuesday Ten : August 6

If you’re a Sara Bareilles fan, the video for her single, Brave, is awesome. On that note I’m off to dance in public…

The Ten:

1. The legend of the Oregon Trail.
2. Kids react to the biracial Cheerios spot
3. Where have all the burglars gone?
4. Legendary Children: The South’s unusual drag queens.
5. The mysterious history of marijuana
6. Hello Fresh makes cooking easy for everyone
7. Your blood turns green: Why the right can’t derail the Girl Scouts
8. Can Marissa Mayer save Yahoo!?
9. In lieu of money, Toyota donates efficiency to NYC charities.
10. This hospital room of the future is designed for better care.
 

Cheers,
rosie



Where in the world is Rosie 
// Typing from Bali. (She & Faris are writing about their travels athttp://ExploringAPAC.tumblr.com)

Tuesday Ten : July 30

If you’re in the advertising/communications industry, you’ve probably read about the Omnicom & Publicis merger. It’s gigantic, in more ways than one. But I think we can all agree that the real winners here are Publicis employees who (hopefully) can say buh-bye to Lotus Notes, world’s worst email client. (Fingers crossed, guys!) (For those of you who haven’t had to use Lotus Notes, count your lucky stars. There used to be a site outlining just how terrible Lotus Notes is that I was hoping to link to, but I couldn’t find it, so you’re just going to have to use your imagination.)

Also, are you in Singapore or do you know someone cool who is? If so, write back to this email so I can invite you (or your friend) to drinks on Thursday night! 


The Ten:

1. What Google Glass means for a half deaf person.
2. Two tortilla chips: Husband animates joke by drunk wife.
3. Amazon has some of the least loyal employees. (+ An open letter to Jeff Bezoz from a contract worker.)
4. What if Disney princesses were dudes… and in a boy band?
5. Blockful: small batch foods made by local artisans.
6. Girls only: 24 important pieces of life wisdom from the ladies of “Girl Code.
7. You can’t write proper English under pressure.
8. The roads more traveled.
9. 20 things 20 year olds don’t get… Really?!
10. Move fast, break things: The sad story of Platform, Facebook’s gigantic missed opportunity.
 

Cheers,
rosie



Where in the world is Rosie 
// Typing from Singapore. (She & Faris are writing about their travels athttp://ExploringAPAC.tumblr.com)

Tuesday Ten : July 30

If you’re in the advertising/communications industry, you’ve probably read about the Omnicom & Publicis merger. It’s gigantic, in more ways than one. But I think we can all agree that the real winners here are Publicis employees who (hopefully) can say buh-bye to Lotus Notes, world’s worst email client. (Fingers crossed, guys!) (For those of you who haven’t had to use Lotus Notes, count your lucky stars. There used to be a site outlining just how terrible Lotus Notes is that I was hoping to link to, but I couldn’t find it, so you’re just going to have to use your imagination.)

Also, are you in Singapore or do you know someone cool who is? If so, write back to this email so I can invite you (or your friend) to drinks on Thursday night! 


The Ten:

1. What Google Glass means for a half deaf person.
2. Two tortilla chips: Husband animates joke by drunk wife.
3. Amazon has some of the least loyal employees. (+ An open letter to Jeff Bezoz from a contract worker.)
4. What if Disney princesses were dudes… and in a boy band?
5. Blockful: small batch foods made by local artisans.
6. Girls only: 24 important pieces of life wisdom from the ladies of “Girl Code.
7. You can’t write proper English under pressure.
8. The roads more traveled.
9. 20 things 20 year olds don’t get… Really?!
10. Move fast, break things: The sad story of Platform, Facebook’s gigantic missed opportunity.

Tuesday Ten : July 23

The Ten:

1. Trayvon Martin and the irony of American justice. (+ Open season on black boys after a verdict like this.)
2. 10 life lessons from Milton Glaser.
3. Jahar’s World: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev makes the cover of Rolling Stone. (+ The inconvenient image of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.)
4. Why everybody loves Tesla
5. The vitamin myth: Why we think we need supplements.
6. The care package wars.
7. Easynest lets people split hotel room costs
8. The hidden meanings of brunch.
9. Hipster fonts.
10. DIY cocktail subscription.

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Explorey Stories: An adventure in storytelling.

For those of you with kiddies in your life, I urge you to check out my friend John’s project, Explorey Stories. It’s currently in funding mode on Kickstarter, but assuming they raise the dough, they’ll create an app that lets you turn classic stories into adventures. How you ask? John is of the NYC theatre crew, so he knows a thing or two about storytelling. The app will come with tips on how to tell the story, how to make it interactive (with props from your own home) and side tracks that have more of an educational bent for your kids.