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Yearly Boring Conference Finds Joy in the Ordinary

Did you know there's a conference dedicated to boring stuff? It's called, appropriately, the Boring Conference. The conference's website claims it's a "one-day celebration of the mundane, the ordinary, the obvious, and the overlooked." James Ward, author of Adventures of Stationary and creator of the blog "I Like Boring Things," launched the idea in 2010 in response to the sudden and rather ...

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