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Rooting for Laundry

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Stand Up to Pink

By John Ekdahl

The Harvard Business Review has found that using the color pink in breast cancer awareness campaigns is actually counterproductive. From the study:

Stefano Puntoni ran a battery of experiments in which he primed women with gender cues by, for example, showing them ads dominated by the color pink or asking . . . → Read More: Stand Up to Pink

Fridays with Morris

[Editor’s Note: Morris Levin will be contributing an article each Friday while Paul takes his break. Enjoy! — Phil Hecken]

Religious Modesty and Competitive Sports By Morris Levin

The qualifying rounds for next summer’s Olympic soccer tournament are underway. For international women’s soccer, the two highest-profile international competitions are the World Cup, and . . . → Read More: Fridays with Morris

The Joy of Sox

By Phil Hecken

Two days ago, my buddy Mike Styczen put together a really neat post on the MLB panel cap phenomenon. It was a nice retrospective and Mike did a great job, but there was one image which piqued particular interest: Luis Tiant wearing a seldom-seen blue-red panel cap, which, according to . . . → Read More: The Joy of Sox