You’re about to rise out of bed at 7:00am for a regular Friday morning. Before you do, you’ll use your face to biometrically unlock your phone and turn off your alarm. Once awake, you yawn and ask your voice assistant for the day’s weather forecast while walking over to your SmartHome device to check and adjust the temperature. Your Roomba swerves to avoid you as you walk to your Keurig. You use the touchscreen to make it a large coffee – it’s going to be a busy day.
It’s one of our favorite days of the year. Even if we make this claim multiple times a year — we really mean it this time.
Don’t believe us? We are celebrating a day that brings so much exuberance, it can’t be ignored. It’s a day so powerful, it could cause a cultural reset.
We guarantee that after today, you will never forget this iconic moment.
We get it, you’re probably wondering what day could possibly be so important. And the answer is: National Hat Day.
Greetings from 2032! I'm sending this from the future. Yes, blogging is still a thing.
Wow, the last decade has been one for the record books (aren't they all technically for the record books?). Let's talk about some of the highlights.
You may not have done us as dirty as 2020… but you were still a BEAST.
And with beasts, come those who slay.
At Nebo this year, we did our darndest to do you dirty, 2021. Get outta here, quarantine burnout. Hit the road, WFH woes. And to all the things that don’t make us better humans — take a hike.
Check out how we’ve used these times as an opportunity to slay the shit out of this weird year in our top 15 posts of the last 12 months.
And thank you, 2021, for making us stronger. Cheers to seeing ya never!
Just because something is a holiday tradition doesn’t mean it can’t be improved. For example, fruit cake. Or how about telling children they’re being secretly surveilled and judged by an old man who they don’t even know?
The same holds true for Christmas movies. After watching these classics again and again, it’s hard not to think of a few ways they could be reimagined, rewritten or just plain removed from holiday history.
Email may have turned 50 years old this year, but don’t let those hip, new communication channels distract you. Email is one of the oldest and most effective messaging channels there is — and, like Bill Murray, the coolest.