Morning Cup of Links: Elvish Poetry

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In 1970, 45 female Newsweek employees sued the magazine for discrimination. A new book tells that groundbreaking story that was all but forgotten in the decades since.
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10 Cave Homes We’d Like to Live In. They're sturdy, well-insulated, and eco-friendly, but who cares because they are ultimately just awesome.
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If world leaders could just play Rock, Paper, Scissors to solve their disputes, the world would be a better place. Here's how that might work.
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10 Big Questions About The Fall 2012 TV Season. Unfortunately, we'll have to tune in to the shows for the answers.
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Seven years after Katrina, the case against the Army Corps of Engineers in the New Orleans floodwall collapse is going to trial. The government's defense against charges of shoddy work is the force of the hurricane itself.
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This post is so full of cuteness, it's a challenge to read it without squealing. But honestly, who cares what you do in the privacy of your own internet enjoyment?
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J.R.R. Tolkien wrote a poem called "Namárië" in Elvish for his Lord of the Rings saga. Hear him recite it in that lovely language, recorded in 1952.
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You can be a best-selling author with valuable information about your own work, but that doesn't mean Wikipedia will trust you to contribute to their body of knowledge. Even when that information doesn't necessarily make you look any better.
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Apple promises a momentous, overhyped unveiling this morning. With expectations so high, here are 4 ways the iPhone 5 might disappoint customers.
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A Brief History of “American Cheese,” from Colonial Cheddar to Kraft Singles. Although some will argue about whether some of those should even be called cheese.

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September 12, 2012 - 1:09am
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