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August 30, 2011
  
  
Jason Zasky
Jason Zasky is the founder and editorial director of failuremag.com.

Articles by Jason Zasky

BooksSports
JASON ZASKY, 1308 WORDS
"Pitching in the Promised Land" is part baseball memoir and part voyage of self-discovery.
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BooksLife
JASON ZASKY, 1248 WORDS
You are not living up to the ethical standard that you think you are. That's one core message of "Blind Spots: Why We Fail to Do What's Right and What to Do About it."
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Life
JASON ZASKY, 481 WORDS
At dullmensclub.com, members debate the ideal length of a nap, suggest pleasantly dull activities (like visiting rest areas), and users are gently discouraged from using exclamation points in their missives.
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Books
JASON ZASKY, 927 WORDS
A new book on boredom is anything but.
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Books
JASON ZASKY, 1340 WORDS
A new biography attempts to redefine the reputation of dictionary creator Noah Webster.
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LifeTravel
JASON ZASKY, 1289 WORDS
The International Towing & Recovery Hall of Fame & Museum in Chattanooga, Tennessee celebrates emergency roadside assistance -- and the men and women who provide it.
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BooksLife
JASON ZASKY, 641 WORDS
High gas prices are likely here to stay. Can suburbanites reinvent themselves? Author Wendy Brown maintains that we can continue to live in our isolated, cookie-cutter two-car garage houses.
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BooksInternational
JASON ZASKY, 1040 WORDS
A journalist confronts the fact that his grandfather was an unrepentant Nazi.
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Film & TVFood & Wine
JASON ZASKY, 560 WORDS
In America, everybody loves Raymond. In Russia, everybody loves Kostya.
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Books
JASON ZASKY, 788 WORDS
How recent college graduate Daniel Seddiqui turned a failed job search into a book.
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Books
JASON ZASKY, 1037 WORDS
The popular perception of the Dark Ages is wrong. That's the message of "The Abacus and the Cross," which tells the story of Gerbert of Aurillac (d. 1003), a monk who rose from humble beginnings to become Pope Sylvester II.
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LifeMusic
JASON ZASKY, 1747 WORDS
It's been at least a half-century since whistling was prominent in popular culture. Can the lost art make a comeback?
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Travel
JASON ZASKY, 573 WORDS
One won't find mention of the "Adventure City Safari" in Charleroi, Belgium's official tourist literature. The tour showers unwelcome attention on "the ugliest city in the world."
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LifeBooks
JASON ZASKY, 1249 WORDS
University of Minnesota economist Joel Waldfogel makes the case against holiday gift-giving.
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TechnologyLife
JASON ZASKY, 495 WORDS
The new social networking site NeighborDog.com is designed to be a safer, more secure alternative to Mark Zuckerberg's creation, consisting of private "neighborhoods" made up of friends or groups that interact amongst themselves.
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BooksLife
JASON ZASKY, 880 WORDS
The curious history of the book that everyone uses but no one reads.
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LifeBooks
JASON ZASKY, 1095 WORDS
At "subprime" colleges and universities the emphasis is on fun -- not education.
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Life
JASON ZASKY, 1038 WORDS
The Typo Eradication Advancement League is out to change the world, one correction at a time.
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Science
JASON ZASKY, 1401 WORDS
NASA and its brethren rely on volunteers, who subject themselves to all manner of surreal and bizarre experiments that attempt to replicate living in space.
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Science
JASON ZASKY, 2390 WORDS
James M. Tabor, author of the best-selling new book "Blind Descent" discusses the ongoing race to find the world's deepest cave.
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