What We’re Reading: March 21-25

Crowd sourcing, house envy, museums, overdue books, smartphone rankings, architecture, spring, workplace health, and Millennial home buyers.

Some people might say this is why you shouldn’t let the internet decide things, but we think this is exactly why you should let the internet decide things!

Take a peak at Remington House, a Romanesque Revival townhouse for sale. It is speculated to be the priciest listing ever in Park Slope.

While we are being voyeuristic, how about a look at the house Frank Lloyd Wright stayed in while designing the iconic Guggenheim Museum?

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Jules Antonio/flickr/2014

Speaking of which, What can museums do to improve how we experience art? We vote for anti-fatigue mat flooring, but we’ll concede to these suggestions as well.

We librarians are a forgiving bunch. Just ask this guy who returned a book 49 years after its due date.

Consumer Reports has ranked smartphones, and a new model tops the list. Check it out.

Do you enjoy a great city skyline like we do? Check out these cities with the best architecture!

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REALTORS® are often out and about, but take steps to be healthy when you are spending time in front of your computer.

The U.S. Census Bureau has released its 2015 Population Estimates. Can you guess what type of areas have experienced the most growth?

Spring has officially sprung! This means it is time to check some things around your house.

Is a lack of information all that stands between Millennials and home buying?

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