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Mini-Project: Your 140-Character Book Reviews

For our mini-Project today, we asked for your 140-character reviews of summer books, and you delivered. Apparently, people do still read books....


For our mini-Project today, we asked for your 140-character reviews of summer books, and you delivered.

Apparently, people do still read books. Have a look at a selection of the responses below.

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For this week's mini-Project, we asked GOOD readers to test their coworkers on the Pew Research poll of current events. You can check out the questions below. The results, graphed, are above.

The response wasn't huge, but 100 percent of GOOD readers' co-workers know that Greece was bailed out by the E.U., know what Twitter is, know that health-care reform passed this year, and that children of illegal immigrants get U.S. citizenship. The depth of the oil leak and the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom? Those were trickier.

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For one of our earliest Picture Shows, we published Mark Menjivar's photo series of the interiors of people's refrigerators. It got a ridiculous amount of traffic online. Apparently we're a nation of fridge voyeurs.

At any rate, for the first in a series of weekly mini-Projects, we thought we'd duplicate that project with a twist: We want you to use your camera phone to snap a picture of your office fridge. This is a mini-Project, so we're hoping to get submissions within the next few hours.

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