Monthly Archives: May 2016

Craft Is Dead. Long Live Craft.

Bloomberg More than ever, people want the stuff they buy to be hand-crafted. Lindsey and Jenny discuss why that is and what that means for big and small businesses. Is “craft” simply a meaningless marketing word? Is the movement dying now that big companies are trying to get a piece of the action? Can people tell the difference… Read More »

Tuesday Trivia

It was a horn joke that was told during the recording of “Hold On, I’m Coming” What song did Taylor wake up in the middle of the night, as a kid, to write?

12 Reasons All You Wanted Was A Brother In The ’90s

Bustle I have brothers now, but I didn’t in the ’90s. I really, really wanted a brother. Mostly so I could have someone to fight meanies for me, but also so I could play Pokemon with someone who could play Ash (I wanted to be Pikachu, duh). There were lots of reasons for wanting a brother in the… Read More »

MMMBop: Singers explain why we did not understand anything!

Public France (translated using Google Translate) The title “MMMBop” is 20 years old this year. And while millions of people are able to hum these heady notes, the singers of this mythical air revealed that nobody could sing it properly! According to the Hanson Group, we would be millions not sing as necessary “MMMBop”. For 20 years, a… Read More »

The H-Bomb Podcast

Many of you probably know Nick Navarre as “Tall Bald Guy” – he has just started a Hanson podcast called “The H-Bomb Show” and the first episode was recorded over the last weekend at Hanson Day along with fans Nick, Heather and Morgen. Check out the facebook page here: First episode can be listened to here:  

Dance Party Playlist

Unfortunately the app I was using to keep track of the playlist decided to eat half of it before I could get the playlist put together. If you remember Taylor playing any songs that are missing, let me know and I will get the playlist updated!  

See ‘Game of Thrones’ Star Emilia Clarke Sing ‘Mmmbop’ in Dothraki

Rolling Stone Emilia Clarke showed off her Dothraki skills during a stop at ‘Late Night With Seth Meyers.’ As part of the fantasy world of Game of Thrones, Emilia Clarke has mastered the Dothraki language to play Daenerys Targaryen. The actress explained the language during a visit to Late Night With Seth Meyers. As Clarke reveals, the Dothraki language is a… Read More »