Some reading material from around the internet:
The weirdest unsolved mysteries of World War II.
RIP Jan Berenstain, co-creator of The Berenstain Bears.
John Peel’s record collection to be digitized and displayed online.
The myth of 8 hours of sleep.
Academy Awards cupcakes.
Here’s a funny website: Photoshop Disasters.
Unlike humans, chimpanzees don’t enjoy collaborating.
Relive the 1990s in 48 pictures.
Physicist Brian Cox explains how everything in the universe is connected to everything else.
Stratospheric superbugs offer new source of power.
A pill to help you erase unwanted memories?
Studies show that Mayan civilization’s collapse related to modest rainfall reductions.
High energy workplaces can save America.
Watch TED Talks on Hulu.
This can be your next tweet.
A really cool t-shirt with Isaac Asimov on it.
“Everything I know about love I learned from romance novels.”
J.K. Rowling announces her first novel for adults.
Edward Albee talks about Carson McCullers.
Blink vs. Think: When a movie bewitches a writer.
Check out this NYC phone booth that was turned into a bookshelf/mini library.
Top 10 words that need to be retired from usage immediately.
Is there such a thing as buying too many books?
A 15 minute long video featuring Worf’s ideas getting shot down by everybody on Star Trek: The Next Generation.
10 science fiction/fantasy endings that we’d like to see more often.
Breaking down the Oscar nominees for Best Adapted Screenplay.
Teddy Roosevelt on The Simpsons.
A video essay on how to pull the perfect movie heist.
“Oscar cynicism has become its own special form of Oscar Hype.”
The Best of the Worst Netflix reviews of Best Picture nominees.
Hans Zimmer talks about composing music for The Dark Knight Rises.
How waiters read your table.
The man with the longest name in the world.
Anatomical diagrams of Japanese monsters.
Foods for healthier teeth.
Explore secret cities.
Photos of people with everything they own.
Speaking of which, apparently easily pronounced names make people more likable.
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