This Week at Neatorama

Happy Labor Day Weekend! If you've been busy getting ready for relaxing holiday, you might have missed some of our exclusive offerings this week, so here they are again.

We learned some Animal Name Origins, courtesy of Uncle John's Bathroom Reader.

From the Museum of Possibilities, Steven Johnson expounded on our habit of dining in our cars in Driven to Eat.

Beer Facts from Around the World illustrated how, despite our differences, people in most countries love beer.

From mental_floss magazine, we had Meet the Beatles Covers about how four of their iconic album covers came about.

At NeatoBambino, Tiffany has some advice on Enrolling Your Kids In Chinese School, like how to and why you should.

Thanks for lending your creativity to Mal and Chad's Fill in the Bubble Frenzy! Congratulations to Sheepishlion, who filled in the bubble with "Echo!" and won a cool Cthulhu as a Teenager shirt.

At the Neatorama Facebook page, you'll find a lot more than just links. For example, dozens of people shared fond and not-so-fond memories of their first car.

If you're looking for some topical reading for Labor Day, may I suggest Meet the People who Make Your Clothes and Luddites and the Original Rage Against the Machine. Of course, you'll find more at the Best of Neatorama page. Have a great weekend!

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