Every Wednesday, I compile some interesting posts that I discovered in the blogosphere, sharing them with Beyond the Rhetoric readers. Sometimes, these posts surround a certain unifying theme, like keeping perspective, while the posts may be a little more random other times. Today, I’m taking the latter strategy.

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Starpulse was lucky enough to go backstage at the Jimmy Fallon show for an exclusive Zack Morris interview. Yes, Mark-Paul Gosselaar of Saved by the Bell fame made an appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, but he did it completely in character. Almost 20 years later, he looks exactly the same. I wonder if Screech is still broke.

Bob Buskirk has work on the mind more often than not, so he needs to find a way to get away from it all. When he’s not sipping on premium Voss water, he’s looking for a way to escape. Working from home, it’s far too easy to get consumed with vocational interests. Especially now that it’s summer, you need to get out there and enjoy yourself. Life is far too short to let work dominate your hours.

Consumerism Commentary reminds us that not all debt is bad. There are certainly scenarios when going into debt is worthwhile. For example, when you take out a student loan to go to school, you are effectively investing in your future. That’s the good kind of debt that is worth your while.

Mubin Ahmed had an interesting run-in with a scraper the other day. Rather than sending a DMCA notification, Mubin actually received an email from a “blogger” who was upset that Mubin no longer allowed for the hotlinking of images. Yes, the thief was asking why he couldn’t steal anymore.

BookEnds is putting on the instructor hat, teaching us about different publishing terms used in the industry. If you have any ambition to publish your own book, it’s probably a good idea to familiarize yourself with the jargon and lingo. Do you know about galleys, imprints, and partials?