The Bottom of the News

In an interview in Dezeen, Dan Wieden traces his famous Just Do It Nike campaign back to Gary Gilmore standing in front of a Utah firing squad.

+ Quartz: Babies who breastfeed have higher IQs and get paid more as adults. (On the other hand,
NextDraft is 100% formula powered!)

+ Grantland’s 30 for 30 short documentary on how college basketball’s playoff system became March Madness.

+ Syndicated from Kottke: Tony Montana is selling his Scarface mansion. (There’s room for you and all your little friends.)

+ AP was forced to issue a correction explaining that Robert Durst is not (Fred Durst) a former member of Limp Bizkit. (I’m not sure which one of them should be more offended.)

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