Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Morning Coffee (9/10/11)

Reuters has a long investigative piece on the underground market for adopted kids. It's horrifying, but important.

This profile of the Mountbatten sisters is fascinating.

After the previous mysterious teaser, here's a full trailer for forthcoming book S. by J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst.

They found a long-lost Van Gogh in an attic!

This football scouting report for Daisy Miller is hilarious.

When tech empires fall: 10 companies and products that dominated... and then didn't. Along the same lines: What happened to Radio Shack? Remember when they were the ONE PLACE to get accessories for your home computer? They . . . did not maintain that position.

Whoa: Dominic West, Bill Nighy, and Imelda Staunton are going to be in a movie about LGBTQ activists supporting the 1984 miners' strike. That sounds amazing.

Yankee magazine's foliage site: fun and useful!

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