Our Junk Drawer
They're too short for 3,000-word stories, but too interesting to not write about at all. Meet Tedium’s shorties—the latest quick hits of news and weirdness from Tedium.
The world is kind of a messed-up place right now, and issues of systemic oppression are at the forefront right now. As with everything Tedium writes about, it helps to have a pop-culture lens nearby to understand this bigger issue. A surprisingly effective one? Tay Zonday’s “Chocolate Rain.” Here’s why.
SimCity gets biz-friendly. Over at The Obscuritory, Phil Salvador takes a deep dive into Maxis Business Simulations, which turned SimCity’s core product into something actual companies would use to make real decisions. A great story worth your time.
Announcement: Schedule Change
In a little bit of a gut check, we’re going to be publishing our second issue of the week on Friday afternoons rather than overnight between Thursday and Friday as a test of readership, starting Friday, May 1. Please don’t get mad if you don’t get an email from us Friday morning.
The amount the lowest-grossing #1 movie of all time made as it topped the charts, per The Numbers. Blame COVID-19, obviously.
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