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Who would you cast in the book you’re reading?


Have you ever been reading a book and pictured a certain Hollywood star playing one of the characters? Ever been disappointed with the casting selection when your favorite book is made into a movie?

Who would you cast in the book you’re reading?

TheBookcaster.com allows you to pick the Hollywood actors you’d like to see star in the movie version of your favorite book.

Herpes virus found on ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ library books

Eeewwwww! Sorry.


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A real treasure hunt opportunity worth millions

Forrest Fenn

Forrest Fenn

Forrest Fenn is a super rich old timer who hates technology and thinks people should go outside and play. To encourage people to explore the great outdoors, he’s buried a 40 lb. chest filled with more than a million dollars worth’ of his own gold and ancient artifacts. Whoever finds it, gets to keep it. This is a real treasure hunt opportunity folks. 

You’ll need to start by deciphering 9 clues in a poem filled with riddles found in Forrest’s autobiography, The Thrill of the Chase. The answers will lead you to the haul buried somewhere in Sante Fe, NM.

Thumb Thing Book Page Holder and Bookmark

Cool new do-dad for the avid reader. They are called “Thumb Thing Book Page Holders” and you can buy them here in a variety of colors. 

Thumb Thing Book Page Holder and Bookmark
Image from Amazon.

How an ad student got hired at an elite agency

Hey, Whipple, Squeeze ThisThis story appears in Luke Sullivan’s Hey Whipple, Squeeze This: A Guide to Creating Great Advertising:

An aspiring ad student wants to get a job at one of the elite ad agencies. But interviews there are hard to get.

He cuts a picture of the agency’s creative director from a trade magazine, mounts it on a fake driver’s license, and laminates it perfectly. He tucks the fake ID into an old, tattered wallet and then puts small copies of his best student work into the photo holders.

Here’s the cool part.

He visits the agency, asks to use the bathroom, and then abandons the wallet on the sink counter.

The wallet’s “returned” to the desk of the creative director, and the kid’s hired.

(via mental_floss)