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Neil Strauss’s man purse of seduction

Tuesday, December 12th, 2006

We’ve all heard the excuses men give when they try to explain why they’ve broken down and started carrying a purse:

“I can’t carry all these gadgets in my pockets.”

“Wallets give me back problems.”

“Jack Bauer wears one.”

and of course

“It’s not a purse. It’s European!”

But have you heard this one?

“I use it to pick up women.”

What’s this? [...]

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A man purse for on-the-street computing

Wednesday, November 29th, 2006

A laptop means computing freedom, right? Or so say all those airport billboards and bank brochure stock photos. You know, the ones showing some shiny-toothed lady paying bills at the beach.
We all know it doesn’t really work like that. Laptops are great because you can park anywhere to use them — provided you’ve got power [...]

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Google’s guide to renaming your man purse

Monday, May 15th, 2006

A new tool from Google makes it easier than ever for nervous male carriers of handbags to decide what they can safely call their man purse. The tool is called Google Trends, and it allows you to compare the popularity of various search terms over the last few years.
How is this useful to the pursed [...]

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How a man purse can free the artist within

Tuesday, March 28th, 2006

Reason Number 23 To Carry a Man Purse: to unleash the bounds of your creativity. Longtime advertising director and habitual sketch artist Tommy Kane complains in his new blog about the artistic confines of a pocket-sized sketchbook.
Mr. Kane says he draws in many different types of books (some of which you can peruse on his [...]

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