Today's Email: Thursday Giveaway (Rowenta anyone?)

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Today's email carries another Thursday Giveaway, but a week ago we covered Thread Count Fraud at Bed Bath and Beyond. That email traveled the email-sphere and came back to us with word from Karl Spilhaus, the CEO of the National Textile Association:

"...This is interesting. It was my organization who got the government to publish a clarification of thread count labeling. Before that the importers labeled two ply etc. as double the thread count while the guys we represented did it honestly so our guys were put at an unfair disadvantage. Gov't published a clarification and then these suits started which are a good thing...."

We love it and we've now added that email to the archive below. Stay on the pulse: blog + email. If you're not signed up, go for it right now (on the upper left nav)...

AT EMAIL ARCHIVE
Jan 2-25, 2008

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Thread Count Fraud, Bits & Bites - 1.25.08

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Henning Dyes Lamps - 1.24.08

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Matteo - The Most Luxurious Bedding I've Found - 1.23.08

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A Trio of Modern Artists: Peter Halley, Almond Zigmund and Peter Gee - 1.18.08

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Rockin' New Tub Trug Colors - 1.17.08

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Touch Design - 1.16.08

Best Industrial Chic Resources - 1.15.08

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Great Pepper Mills Monday - 1.14.08

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Interiors from The Lives of Others - 1.11.08

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Lunch with Christiane Lemieux of Dwell Studio - 1.10.08

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Dyson Slim, Hot Vacuum Tip - 1.9.08

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Cedric's Simple Cooktop Solution - 1.8.07

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It's Bulb Season, Join Us! - 1.7.08

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Renate Aller Photographs - 1.4.08

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Oversize Pentagram Calendars - 1.3.08

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Live Wire Farm - 1.2.08

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