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Hello! Whether you realize it or not, Desus and Mero are the new kings of late night. Their eponymous
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Whether you realize it or not, Desus and Mero are the new kings of late night. Their eponymous Showtime talk show is the culmination of an incredible rise over the past five years, from Twitter personalities to podcasters to TV stars. Part of their success is due to the fact that their humor comes across in rat-a-tat conversational bursts, rather than meticulously tailored jokes. Fast Company recently caught up with the duo to talk about their spontaneous approach to late-night comedy.

How Desus and Mero make their late-night show feel off the cuff—and why Twitter should be shut down
The Ocean Cleanup device has been redesigned—and is almost ready to try again
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Lego’s message to parents: Playtime benefits you as much as your kids
3 nonprofit rebrandings that show the power of design in amplifying a mission
The future of the global shipping industry is . . . bikes
5 lies you’ve been told about time management
It’s easy to lose focus on goals. Here’s how to stay self-disciplined
From ‘Boyhood’ to ‘Where’d You Go, Bernadette,’ director Richard Linklater reveals four storytelling secrets
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This newsletter was written by Joe Berkowitz.
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