Some reading material from around the internet:
“You are not special” graduation speech sparks buzz.
27 bits of wisdom from 2012 commencement addresses.
Fortunately NPR’s Car Talk will be going away soon.
Nose jobs are on the decline.
Mr. Rogers gets autotuned.
We are creating the culture of distraction.
RIP Ray Bradbury.
A video interview with Kurt Vonnegut from 1991.
Five things that Joe Hill has never done as a writer but would like to try.
Natasha Trethewey is the next U.S. Poet Laureate.
A survival guide for book tours.
30 books everyone should read before turning 30.
Censoring Ray Bradbury.
500 free movies online: Great movies, classic movies, indies, noir, westerns, etc.
27 popular network shows that premiered in the summer.
25 things you didn’t know about Mad Men.
The trailer for Christopher Nolan’s Inception recreated with legos and stop motion camerawork.
Bill Murray explains his legendary fight with Chevy Chase.
Listen to a rare 1960s interview with Stanley Kubrick for The New Yorker.
The brainstorming myth.
Here are 12 bookstore cats.
Disneyworld hikes up its prices.
Neutrinos can’t beat the speed of light.
The Librarian and the Hot Rod Shop.
The virtues of daydreaming.
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