CK Links--Friday January 30, 2015

Links from around the internet. As always, I welcome your thoughts.

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Humor: 13 amazing food and life hacks you need to know now. (Off the Meathook)

How a fake article titled "Cuckoo For Cocoa Puffs?" was accepted by 17 medical journals. (Fast Company)

How to find time to accomplish anything. Excellent insights here. (Feld Thoughts)

Most people know that Coca-Cola initially contained cocaine as an ingredient. But do you know why? (The Society Pages)

"I audited my daily media habits to determine what was non-optimal... and how I could improve them." Intriguing ideas here about media consumption. (GigaOm)

The author of the book Nudge explains three things that will make your New Year's resolutions stick. (Bloomberg)

Related: Why do my New Year's resolutions always fail by mid-May?

The death of the "adult snow day" and what it means. (New York Magazine)

Blogging just for the hell of it. (Both Sides of the Table)

"Who's listening anymore?" (Brain Pickings)

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