Some reading material from around the internet:
Grant Snider’s The Book Of The Future.
Get ready for the future of Firefox.
Portland tries to ban Groupon.
The dark side of Facebook memes.
The picture above is by Beverly Ealdama, from here.
104 year old woman sets world record as the oldest person to go paragliding (for the second time in five years).
Wal-Mart would like you to pay with cash.
All about CISPA, the bill that wants to erode your online privacy.
How are women’s eyes different from men’s?
The Choose Your Own Adventure books are now out in digital form.
Ben Marcus, author of The Flame Alphabet, talks about his novel.
The 10 grumpiest living writers.
The New Yorker has figured out what went wrong with the Pulitzers this year.
“The Land Of Nod,” an illustrated poem by Robert Louis Stevenson.
John Irving’s advice to aspiring novelists.
The most cryptic titles in literature and what they mean.
Would you read a novel written by the internet?
Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book will become a Disney movie.
The director of Chronicle is going to reboot The Fantastic Four.
Fringe has been renewed for a fifth and final mini season.
Fake Tupac is selling a lot of real records.
The Avengers comes out this Friday in America, but has already made almost $200 million overseas.
Tony Danza and Vince Vaughn are going to make a sitcom together.
The SyFy channel is planning to adapt Stephen King’s The Eyes Of The Dragon.
Movie theater owners still do not want you texting during movies, please.
They’ve already hired writers for the sequel to the new Spider-Man movie.
The lost civilizations that pioneered skull surgery.
4 people with super memory.
The question of why Rome failed.
How much of the moon’s surface did the Apollo 11 astronauts actually explore?
A brief history of international signage.
The more you struggle with new information the more likely you are to learn it.
Ponder existential depths as you answer the call of nature in this vertigo-inducing floor-less bathroom.
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