Stella Spoils 9.26.18

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La Jolla, California

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Summer doesn't have to be over until you say it's over, especially if you're packing a rack of these Santa Barbara 'club pour' bottles. Meaning tall glass, like two glasses in one. TASTES LIKE STRAWBERRY, ROSE PETAL, AND RHUBARB (sry for caps). It's delicious. We think so, you'll think so, and your friends will think so too. There are too many situations to count where having a stash of small, easy to smuggle transport personal bottles of rosé will cement your status as a lord of leisure. Only available online from our friends at STANDARD below.

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In early 2004, some of the frost left behind by the dot-com bust had begun to melt away. And though funding for tech start-ups was nowhere near the stratospheric levels of 2018, the year would come to be known as one that defined the modern social Web. That February, Mark Zuckerberg launched TheFacebook.com out of his Harvard dorm room. Ev Williams left Google to found Odeo, the precursor to Twitter. And Paul Graham, an entrepreneur in Cambridge, devised a way to fix the Internet.

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